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The military leave the bullfighters out of the Ecuador Cup

The military leave the bullfighters out of the Ecuador Cup

El Nacional gave the blow of the round of 32 of the Ecuador Cup and eliminated Barcelona, ​​the winner of the first stage of the LigaPro. A new one, in this competition that has left out several clubs from the highest category of national football. As in the Libertadores and Sudamericana, a new Cup went to Jorge Célico’s team. Jacqueline Factos without World Cup due to administrative error Read more Barcelona did not step on this ground to measure Nacho since 2020, before being champion by LigaPro and It would have a drama similar to the start of that time. Nacional was the one that imposed conditions from the beginning and that led to them opening the scoring. Only 13 minutes into the match and Nazareno was the one in charge of making it 1-0 in the capital. The locals were not in trouble and the visit could not find the way to take ownership of the time and meeting management. Precisely, in that period of time, the Puros Criollos would hit back. Solís receives a cross ball from left to right. He controls with his chest, he orients himself to hit it with his left foot, he hits a shoe and beat Víctor Mendoza, who seemed to have been able to do something more with the shot. 2-0 and the ghosts of other series, in which the lower division clubs eliminated the favorite, began to appear. But quickly, the bullfighters would hit and change the fate of what would remain in the first 45 minutes. After a corner kick executed as a set piece. Díaz back and Preciado arriving only at the edge of the area to shoot on goal. The auction is alive and Molina appears to...

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Latest US weather supercomputers promise better forecasts • The Register

Latest US weather supercomputers promise better forecasts • The Register

Predicting the weather is a notoriously tricky enterprise, but that’s never held back America’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). After more than two years of development, the agency brought a pair of supercomputers online this week that it says are three times as powerful as the machines they replace, enabling more accurate forecast models. Developed and maintained by General Dynamics Information Technology under an eight-year contract, the Cactus and Dogwood supers — named after the fauna native to the machines’ homes in Phoenix, Arizona, and Manassas, Virginia, respectively — will support larger, higher-resolution models than previously possible. The cost to build, house, and support these machines, now operational, will be at least $150 million, we understand; the contract can run to an estimated $505 million. “People are looking for the best possible weather forecast information that they can get,” Brian Gross, director of the Environmental Modeling Center for the National Weather Service, told The Register. In order to provide better predictions, larger and more complex models are needed, and that’s where Cactus and Dogwood come in, I have explained. The new systems “will allow us to better capture the physical processes that are going on in the Earth’s systems, like formation of clouds, the formation of precipitation, and so forth,” Gross said, adding that they will also enable the National Weather Service to make multiple predictions simultaneously. The agency claims the improved storage and compute capabilities offered by the twin systems also open the door to more diverse physics models. These include an upgrade to the US Global Forecast System planned for this fall, as well as a new hurricane forecast model called the Hurricane Analysis and Forecast System slated to come online ahead of the 2023 storm...

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