Wikinews Shorts: June 28, 2007
A compilation of brief news reports for Thursday, June 28, 2007.
New pictures from Mars
This Martian area is currently subject of discussion for unexplained features. According some theories, the shaping of the surface could be result also of aeolian, wind-erosion, glacial or other activities.
- European Space Agency. "Tectonic signatures at Aeolis Mensae" — , June 28, 2007
Testing the theory of relativity on the existence of gravitational waves
The European laser interferometer (VIRGO) is going to test the Albert Einstein's theory on the existence of gravitational waves.
- "European laser interferometer puts theory of relativity to the test" — , June 27, 2007
CNN discontinues Pipeline service; will provide live video free
CNN has shut down its CNN Pipeline service, just as it said it would in a May 25, 2007 announcement. The pay-service, which allowed news from the channel to be viewed online, will be offered at no charge to online viewers beginning July 2, 2007.
The service is currently closed, and is under construction so that the free service can be completed. Archive news videos are still available.
- Martin Stabe. "CNN web relaunch puts emphasis on video" — , June 28, 2007
- Paul J. Gough. "Free vids in CNN's Pipeline" — , May 25, 2007
- Adam Finley. "CNN Pipeline is now free" — , May 25, 2007
- CNN Pipeline, accessed on June 28, 2007.