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is and it is not. it was - measures? it is pretty high, it is and it is not. it was way - is and it is not. it was way above 120 when the war in ukraine broke and it be came down between 20% or 25% in the last quadrant. they worried about the erosion and also worried about recession fears because as central banks are tightening money and as we see the difficult situation with energy, especially in europe, these recession fears are very real and obviously if demand goes down because of a recession, that will have its effect on the price. if recession, that will have its effect on the price.- recession, that will have its effect on the price. if they do no effect on the price. if they do go ahead. — effect on the price. if they do go ahead. as _ effect on the price. if they do go ahead, as expected, - effect on the price. if they do - go ahead, as expected, whatever that may be, that is going to be so unpopular with the us and the biden administration? it would be extremely unpopular with the us but i think, when you look at it from opec�*s

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just reward you with an incredible sunrise, sunset. the people, as well. it was this 37 kilometres swimming pool, so whenever you are feeling so tired, people would just come out, and the hospitality in the highlands, people throwing food at you, it was amazing.— you, it was amazing. literally throwing food _ you, it was amazing. literally throwing food at _ you, it was amazing. literally throwing food at you? - you, it was amazing. literally throwing food at you? it i you, it was amazing. literally throwing food at you? it was. you, it was amazing. literally - throwing food at you? it was. again, bananas, i must _ throwing food at you? it was. again, bananas, i must have _ throwing food at you? it was. again, bananas, i must have set _ throwing food at you? it was. again, bananas, i must have set a - throwing food at you? it was. again, bananas, i must have set a record i bananas, i must have set a record for bananas in loch ness you are eating bananas whilst a swimming. you have to eat 120 grams of carbohydrates every hour on the hour, religiously. t carbohydrates every hour on the hour, religiously.— hour, religiously. i think! could do that bit- _ do that bit. laughter you do do that. t laughter you do do that. ., i] laughter you do do that. ., m you do do that. i do! i said, it is an eating _ you do do that. i do! i said, it is an eating competition with swimming thrown in. ~ ., ., , ., an eating competition with swimming thrown in. ., ., , ., ., an eating competition with swimming| thrown in-— 120 thrown in. what does that mean? 120 trams of thrown in. what does that mean? 120 grams of carbohydrates _ thrown in. what does that mean? 120 grams of carbohydrates works - thrown in. what does that mean? 120 grams of carbohydrates works out i thrown in. what does that mean? 120 grams of carbohydrates works out as| grams of carbohydrates works out as may be two doughnuts. four bananas. every hour, on the hour. also your tongue goes to some strange places. i will tell you how loch ness tastes

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on the one show stopjust keep telling everyone to donate. we 'ust had across telling everyone to donate. we 'ust had a — telling everyone to donate. we 'ust had across a sleep i telling everyone to donate. we 'ust had across a sleep talking i telling everyone to donate. we just had across a sleep talking about i had across a sleep talking about swimming in loch ness and he said 120 grams of carbohydrates per hour. how do you keep going, what do you feel yourselves with? he said bananas. ,,, feel yourselves with? he said bananas.- whiskey? i feel yourselves with? he said bananas.- whiskey? bananas. spirit! whiskey? none of that at all. lots _ bananas. spirit! whiskey? none of that at all. lots of _ bananas. spirit! whiskey? none of that at all. lots of water. - bananas. spirit! whiskey? none of that at all. lots of water. people l that at all. lots of water. people bring things to us on the roadside and it is thing that fuel you, like people in dressing gowns that have got out of bed to cheer you on. that is what it is, it is spirit, that feeling of support and the elizabeth arden eight hour cream. that feeling of support and the elizabeth arden eight hour cream.— arden eight hour cream. that is twice you _ arden eight hour cream. that is twice you have _ arden eight hour cream. that is twice you have mentioned i arden eight hour cream. that is twice you have mentioned it. i arden eight hour cream. that is l twice you have mentioned it. how many miles _ twice you have mentioned it. how many miles is _ twice you have mentioned it. how many miles is it? _ twice you have mentioned it. how many miles is it? do _ twice you have mentioned it. how many miles is it? do they not tell you? _ many miles is it? do they not tell ou? ., . , ., . , you? to me that is not what it is about. it you? to me that is not what it is about- it is _ you? to me that is not what it is about. it is not _ you? to me that is not what it is about. it is not one _ you? to me that is not what it is about. it is not one rider - you? to me that is not what it is about. it is not one rider doing l you? to me that is not what it is about. it is not one rider doing a certain amount of miles and another doing another. it is about what is achievable in the way of that young rider so we do what we can and that is the way. rider so we do what we can and that isthewa. ., , rider so we do what we can and that is the way-—

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BBC World News

120 celsius and as cold as —230 so this will have to cope with extremes. there is also a problem with light. the moon get two weeks of daylight followed by two weeks of darkness, and this will be a challenge for solar power. and then there is the fine lunar dust. it is particularly clingy and abrasive which could be an issue for the rover�*s moving part. lunar exploration is having a resurgence right now. nesehs having a resurgence right now. neser�*s new artemis rockets will soon be heading there and eventually taking astronauts to the moon's surface. the idea is to have a permanent lunar base and rovers could play a crucial role. it and rovers could play a crucial role. .., , , and rovers could play a crucial role. , , ., , role. it could be used anywhere that ou role. it could be used anywhere that you want — role. it could be used anywhere that you want to _ role. it could be used anywhere that you want to do _ role. it could be used anywhere that you want to do something | that you want to do something autonomously, so it could be autonomously, so it could be autonomously moving around rovers for building habitats or it could be used for going to places that are uninhabitable ljy places that are uninhabitable by humans or in an extreme temperature or particularly dangerous, so anywhere that you

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if it's heading to the moon, it will need some modifications. the lunar surface can get as hot as 120 degrees celsius, and as cold as —230. so this will have to cope with extremes. there's also problem with light. the moon gets two weeks of daylight followed by two weeks of darkness, and this will be a challenge for solar power. and then there's the fine lunar dust. it's particularly clingy and abrasive, which could be an issue for the rover�*s moving parts. lunar exploration is having a resurgence right now. nasa's new artemis rocket will soon be heading there and eventually taking astronauts to the moon's surface. the idea is to have a permanent lunar base, and rovers could play a crucial role. they could be used anywhere that you want to do something autonomously, so it could be autonomously moving around rovers for building habitats, or it could be used for going to places

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on developing this expertise. we don't want to let that go to waste, we want to exploit it to make sure that investment comes to fruition. also, it puts us in a good place to be involved in future space missions which is brilliant for the reputation of the uk. so, where could the rover go instead of mars? one option could be to swap the red martian terrain for the grey lunar landscape. this rover was designed for mars. if it's heading to the moon, it will need some modifications. the lunar surface can get as hot as 120 degrees celsius, and as cold as —230. so, this will have to cope with extremes. there's also problem with light. the moon gets two weeks of daylight followed by two weeks of darkness, and this will be a challenge for solar power. and then there's the fine lunar dust. it's particularly clingy and abrasive, which could be an issue for the rover�*s moving parts.

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its task on the red planet was to pick up samples, but it's been scrapped. mini mars helicopters will do thejob instead. the uk doesn't want to see the technology mothballed, they think this rover has still got a bright future. we have spent a lot of time and a lot of effort on developing this expertise. we don't want to let that go to waste, we want to exploit it to make sure that investment comes to fruition. also, it puts us in a good place to be involved in future space missions which is brilliant for the reputation of the uk. so, where could the rover go instead of mars? one option could be to swap the red martian terrain for the grey lunar landscape. this rover was designed for mars. if it's heading to the moon, it will need some modifications. the lunar surface can get as hot as 120 degrees celsius, and as cold as —230. so this will have to cope with extremes.

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also, it puts us in a good place to be involved in future space missions, which is brilliant for the reputation of the uk. so where could the rover go instead of mars? one option could be to swap the red martian terrain for the grey lunar landscape. this rover was designed for mars. if it's heading to the moon, it will need some modifications. the lunar surface can get as hot as 120 degrees celsius, and as cold as —230. so this will have to cope with extremes. there's also problem with light. the moon gets two weeks of daylight followed by two weeks of darkness, and this will be a challenge for solar power. and then there's the fine lunar dust. it's particularly clingy and abrasive, which could be an issue for the rover�*s moving parts. lunar exploration is having a resurgence right now. nasa's new artemis rocket will soon be heading

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BBC News

this rover was designed for mars. if it's heading to the moon, it will need some modifications. the lunar surface can get as hot as 120 degrees celsius, and as cold as —230. so this will have to cope with extremes. there's also problem with light. the moon gets two weeks of daylight followed by two weeks of darkness, and this will be a challenge for solar power. and then there's the fine lunar dust. it's particularly clingy and abrasive, which could be an issue for the rover�*s moving parts. lunar exploration is having a resurgence right now. nasa's new artemis rocket will soon be heading there and eventually taking astronauts to the moon's surface. the idea is to have a permanent lunar base, and rovers could play a crucial role. they could be used anywhere that you want to do something

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will do thejob instead. the uk doesn't want to see the technology mothballed, they think this rover has still got a bright future. we have spent a lot of time and a lot of effort on developing this expertise. we don't want to let that go to waste, we want to exploit it to make sure that investment comes to fruition. also, it puts us in a good place to be involved in future space missions which is brilliant for the reputation of the uk. so, where could the rover go instead of mars? one option could be to swap the red martian terrain for the grey lunar landscape. this rover was designed for mars. if it's heading to the moon, it will need some modifications. the lunar surface can get as hot as 120 degrees celsius, and as cold as —230.

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