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  • Welcome to CNN.

    歡迎來到CNN

  • 10.

    10.

  • We are kicking off the second week of coverage of our fall season way.

    我們正在踢開第二週的報道 我們的秋季季節的方式。

  • No, a lot of you are just now getting back into the swing of things.

    不,你們中的很多人現在才剛剛開始進入狀態。

  • So we thank you for doing that with our show.

    所以,我們感謝你為我們的節目所做的一切。

  • I'm Carl Jesus.

    我是卡爾-耶穌

  • Last week, America's Democrats had their time in the spotlight as their party convention was held Monday through Thursday.

    上週,美國的民主黨人在週一到週四舉行的黨代會上,迎來了他們的聚光燈下。

  • This week, it's the Republicans turn is their event officially gets underway like the one before it.

    本週,輪到共和黨人是他們的活動正式開始,就像之前的活動一樣。

  • It's expected to be a largely virtual convention with social distancing guidelines keeping delegates from having the giant stadium filled blowouts we're used to seeing.

    預計這將是一個很大程度上的虛擬大會,社交距離的指引讓代表們不會有我們習慣看到的巨大的體育場充滿了吹捧。

  • A scaled down gathering is still set to take place in Charlotte, North Carolina, and the convention will allow Republicans to officially nominate incumbent President Donald Trump and incumbent vice President Mike Pence for a second term in office.

    縮小規模的集會仍將在北卡羅來納州的夏洛特舉行,大會將讓共和黨人正式提名現任總統唐納德-特朗普和現任副總統邁克-彭斯連任。

  • Other goals of the event include laying out the party's priorities and drumming up voter support for the November 3rd election experts say President Trump is hoping the Republican National Convention will have Mawr live programming an audience response than last week's Democratic National Convention.

    該活動的其他目標包括闡述黨的優先事項,併為11月3日的選舉鼓動選民的支持專家說,特朗普總統希望共和黨全國代表大會比上週的民主黨全國代表大會有馬伕直播節目的觀眾反應。

  • By tradition, the party that holds the White House holds its convention second, but there's no tradition associated with a pandemic.

    按照傳統,執掌白宮的黨派次要舉行大會,但沒有與流行病相關的傳統。

  • Another example of how these air very unusual times we're living in hundreds of wildfires are raging in California.

    另一個例子是,這些空氣非常不尋常的時代,我們生活在數百場野火中,在加州肆虐。

  • Here's a quick by the numbers look.

    下面是一個快速的數據看。

  • Cal Fire.

    加州消防局。

  • The state Department of Forestry and Fire Protection says there have been roughly 12,000 lightning strikes in California since August 15th.

    州林業和消防局表示,自8月15日以來,加州大約有1.2萬次雷擊事件。

  • They've been blamed for starting most, if not all, of the 615 new wildfires that have flared up in the past week.

    他們被指責引發了過去一週新發生的615起野火中的大部分,如果不是全部的話。

  • More than 1,100,000 acres have burned, and firefighters are doing everything they can to contain these blazes.

    超過110萬英畝的土地已經被燒燬,消防員正在竭盡全力控制這些大火。

  • This doesn't necessarily mean putting them out.

    這並不意味著一定要把它們放出去。

  • It means keeping them from spreading.

    這意味著要防止它們擴散。

  • That could be done by creating firebreaks places where vegetation has been cleared out, for example, giving the blazes nothing to burn and nowhere further to go.

    這可以通過在植被被清除的地方建立防火帶來實現,例如,讓大火無從燃燒,無處可去。

  • A firefighters trapped on a ridge line in California.

    一名消防員被困在加州的山脊線上。

  • The only way out is up.

    唯一的出路就是向上。

  • A helicopter crew braves gusting winds to scoop them away to save.

    直升機人員冒著狂風將其挖走救人。

  • You have posted this guys a close call here, but it is a pitched battle across the state to put out more than 500 fires many caused by lightning strikes.

    你已經發布了這個傢伙在這裡一個接近的電話,但它是一個投擲的戰鬥整個狀態,以撲滅500多個火災許多由雷擊造成。

  • Officials say two of the blazers are among the biggest they've had in almost 90 years.

    官員們說,其中兩件法寶是他們近90年來最大的法寶之一。

  • More than 12 0.

    超過12個0。

  • Firefighters are battling the flames, many working 24 hour shifts.

    消防員正在與火焰搏鬥,許多人24小時輪流值班。

  • But so far it is not enough manpower to hold back the fires, which have burned an area bigger than the size of Rhode Island.

    但到目前為止,還沒有足夠的人力來阻擋大火,大火燒燬的面積比羅德島的面積還大。

  • Neighboring states are sending help, but state officials say they need MAWR.

    鄰近的州正在發送幫助,但州官員說他們需要MAWR。

  • We've also reached out across the border, Uh, into Canada, for resource is and support and many of you appear recalled was 2017 some of the best wildfire wildfire firefighters in the world from Australia.

    我們也已經達到了跨境,呃,到加拿大,資源是和支持和許多你出現回顧是2017年一些世界上最好的野火野火消防員來自澳洲。

  • We also have requests out for that talent as well.

    我們對這個人才也有要求了。

  • Officials say there are too many fires right now to save some homes, and nearly 120,000 people have been evacuated.

    官員說,現在火勢太大,有些房屋已經無法挽救,近12萬人被疏散。

  • There's some people are taking it into their own hands to protect their property.

    有一些人為了保護自己的財產而自作主張。

  • When we got here, flames were all out in front halfway down my driveway.

    我們來的時候,火焰都在我的車道前半段。

  • My house is set way back, so we just started getting to work and we put the fires out and and so far we've saved it.

    我的房子是設置在後面的方式,所以我們剛開始工作,我們把火熄滅,併到目前為止,我們已經保存它。

  • But you never know.

    但你永遠不知道。

  • In previous fire seasons, prisoner firefighters have been used to help contain the blazers, but authorities say there are fewer of those.

    在以往的火災季節,監獄消防員都會被用來幫助控制火勢,但當局表示這種情況較少。

  • Resource is now, because of early release is due to the coronavirus.

    資源了,因為提前發佈是由於冠狀病毒。

  • Forecasters say dry thunderstorms air in the forecast, which could bring MAWR, lightning and strong winds to the region, making the job of those trying to stop these ever growing wildfires even more dangerous.

    預報員說,預報中的乾雷雨空氣,可能會給該地區帶來MAWR、閃電和強風,使那些試圖阻止這些不斷增長的野火的工作更加危險。

  • Up next coronavirus has created a conundrum for campuses across America.

    接下來冠狀病毒給全美校園帶來了難題。

  • Some have reopened, some have partially reopened.

    有的已經重新開工,有的已經部分開工。

  • Some have gone virtual.

    有的已經虛擬了。

  • The challenge for universities has another layer.

    大學面臨的挑戰還有另一層。

  • This fall, more than 75% of them are expected to be partially or fully virtual.

    今年秋季,預計75%以上的產品將部分或全部虛擬。

  • The questions are being raised about them charging full tuition fees without providing face to face instruction.

    有人質疑他們收取全額學費卻不提供面授。

  • Some have offered discounts.

    有的還提供了折扣。

  • Some are struggling to find a balance when they do provide face to face instruction, but it coincides with the spread of coronavirus.

    有些人在提供面授時,卻又恰逢冠狀病毒傳播,難以找到平衡點。

  • A number of Koven 19 clusters have formed at universities across the U.

    在全美各大學形成了一些科文19的集群。

  • S, where students have been invited back for some form of face to face instruction.

    S,學生被邀請回來進行某種形式的面對面教學。

  • Now some schools have gone completely remote, with virtual learning Onley, others have a hybrid system, a combination of in person and virtual learning.

    現在有的學校已經完全實現了遠程化,採用虛擬學習昂利,有的學校則採用混合系統,當面學習和虛擬學習相結合。

  • Thes schools sometimes have very strict rules when it comes to wearing masks and social distancing, but they still can't control 100% of student activity.

    Thes學校有時在戴口罩和社交疏遠方面有非常嚴格的規定,但他們仍然不能100%控制學生的活動。

  • For example, we've seen where students have thrown some off campus parties.

    比如,我們看到哪裡有學生舉辦一些校外聚會。

  • And in the case of Syracuse, at least 20 people have been suspended for throwing a party in their quad.

    而在錫拉丘茲大學,至少有20人因為在他們的四合院裡開派對而被停職。

  • Florida Atlantic University begins their fall courses on Monday, and we spoke to one family who moved their son into those dorms.

    佛羅里達大西洋大學週一開始他們的秋季課程,我們採訪了一個將兒子搬進這些宿舍的家庭。

  • Here's what they told us about the virus concerns e think it's everywhere.

    下面是他們告訴我們關於病毒的擔憂e認為它無處不在。

  • I don't think there's any hiding from it on.

    我想,在這上面是躲不過去的。

  • I think just trying to protect yourself, you know, is the best that you can do.

    我認為只是試圖保護自己,你知道, 是最好的,你可以做的。

  • You know, I think the school has been good with this.

    你知道嗎,我覺得學校在這方面做得很好。

  • Faras can sanitizers social distancing.

    法拉斯可以消毒劑社會距離。

  • You know, they have a lot of steps in place, so it's made me feel a little bit more comfortable actually being here and seeing the steps that they're taking on that campus.

    你知道,他們有很多的步驟,所以這讓我覺得有點更舒服,其實在這裡,看到他們在校園裡採取的步驟。

  • Some of their safety measures include not having any in person classes when there are more than 50 students per class.

    他們的一些安全措施包括:當每班學生超過50人時,不設面授班。

  • And when there is face to face instruction, the number of students in the room is greatly reduced.

    而當有面授時,在場的學生人數就會大大減少。

  • FAA You did report three of their football players testing positive for Cove in 19.

    FAA你確實在19年報告了他們的三名足球運動員對科夫的檢測呈陽性。

  • And that's why football practice is temporarily suspended until they can review the next round of tests, which is scheduled for Monday.

    而這也是為什麼足球訓練暫時暫停,直到他們可以複習下一輪測試,而下一輪測試定於週一進行。

  • Natasha Chen, CNN Miami 12th Trivia.

    陳娜塔莎,美國有線電視新聞網邁阿密12日瑣。

  • What is the term for a space rock that enters Earth's atmosphere and hits the ground?

    進入地球大氣層並落到地面的太空岩石的術語是什麼?

  • Meteor, meteoroid, meteorite or Metroid?

    流星、流星體、隕石還是隕石?

  • Meteoroids become Meteors when they enter our atmosphere and meteorites when they hit the ground, just like meteoroids or relatively small rocks that air zipping around in space.

    流星體進入我們的大氣層後就變成了流星,而流星落地後就變成了隕石,就像流星體或相對較小的石頭一樣,空氣在太空中飛馳。

  • Asteroids are bigger ones, and two of those have been in the news recently.

    小行星是比較大的,最近新聞中就有兩個。

  • The first one passed very close by Earth on August 16th.

    第一顆在8月16日經過地球非常近。

  • It was about the size of a car, and scientists say it probably wouldn't have heard anyone if it had entered our atmosphere.

    它的大小和一輛汽車差不多,科學家說,如果它進入我們的大氣層,可能誰也聽不到。

  • But NASA missed it.

    但NASA錯過了。

  • The agency didn't pick up on the asteroid until after it had whizzed by less than 2000 miles away at, researchers say.

    研究人員說,該機構直到小行星呼嘯而過後,才發現這顆小行星距離不到2000英里,在。

  • That makes it the closest asteroid ever known to pass by Earth and not hit it.

    這使它成為目前已知的最接近地球的小行星,沒有撞上地球。

  • NASA didn't miss another asteroid that's headed our way.

    美國宇航局沒有錯過另一顆正朝我們走來的小行星。

  • This one's about 6.5 ft in diameter and should zip by on November 2nd.

    這個直徑約6.5英尺,應該在11月2日拉開拉鍊。

  • Scientists say the chance of this rock hitting earth is about 4/10 of 1%.

    科學家說,這塊石頭撞擊地球的機率約為1%的4/10。

  • They don't expect it to have a major impact or to disrupt the U.

    他們不希望它產生重大影響,也不希望它擾亂美國。

  • S election the next day.

    第二天的S選舉。

  • You could questions here all the time about comets, asteroids and Meteors.

    你可以在這裡問所有關於彗星、小行星和流星的問題。

  • Meteorites?

    隕石?

  • What's the difference?

    有什麼不同?

  • Well, let's start in space and work our way all the way down to the surface, A comet is a snowball.

    好吧,讓我們從太空開始,一直到地面,彗星就是一個雪球。

  • It's a piece of ice now.

    它現在是一塊冰。

  • The ice is mainly frozen gas, not water.

    冰主要是凍氣,不是水。

  • But there could be dust and rocks and things inside the comet Haley's comet.

    但海利的彗星裡面可能有塵埃、岩石之類的東西。

  • Now NASA knows of about 3600 other comets than that one out there.

    現在,美國宇航局知道有3600顆其他彗星比那顆更多。

  • Closer in in the asteroid belt.

    靠近小行星帶的地方。

  • These air rocks, not gas.

    這些空氣岩石,不是氣體。

  • They could be Metal is well, but they are hard surfaces, and sometimes they come out of the asteroid belt, get closer to the surface of the Earth, or at least our atmosphere.

    它們可能是金屬是好的,但它們是堅硬的表面,有時它們從小行星帶出來,更接近地球表面,或者至少是我們的大氣層。

  • If one or a piece of a smaller one called the meteoroid hits the surface of the atmosphere, it turns into a meteor.

    如果一個或一塊較小的叫流星體的東西撞到大氣層表面,就會變成流星。

  • It gets bright because it hits our atmosphere and begins to burn up.

    它之所以會變亮,是因為它撞上了我們的大氣層,開始燃燒起來。

  • If it doesn't make its way all the way down to the surface, it turns into a shooting star.

    如果它沒有一路下到地面,就會變成一顆流星。

  • Now, if it does make its way all the way down to the surface of the Earth and hits the ground and you can pick it up, that is a meteorite.

    現在,如果它真的一路下滑到地球表面,並落到地面上,你可以把它撿起來,那就是一顆隕石。

  • Mhm.

  • It's a summer tradition to try to catch the ice cream van as it meanders through the neighborhood.

    這是夏季的傳統,試圖抓住冰淇淋車,因為它蜿蜒在附近。

  • You ain't catching this one.

    你是不會接這個的

  • It's electric boogie Woogie Woogie.

    這是電音的boogie Woogie Woogie。

  • And the British inventor who charged it up set a Guinness World record for fastest electric ice cream van.

    而給它充電的英國發明家創造了金氏世界紀錄,創造了最快的電動冰淇淋車。

  • How fast?

    多快?

  • Not as fast as a minivan.

    沒有小貨車快。

  • Its top speed was measured in about 74 MPH.

    其最高時速約為74英里/小時。

  • But if you're trying to chase down a bomb pop or strawberry crunch on a hot summer's day, you could go nutty Buddy falling all ory over yourself with your legs bubble gummed up.

    但是,如果你想在炎熱的夏天追逐一個炸彈汽水或草莓脆片,你可能會去堅果巴蒂下降所有奧裡在自己與你的腿保麗龍膠水。

  • Feeling like slush is you tried to push up close enough to this ice cream rocket.

    感覺像雪泥一樣,是你試著靠近這個冰激凌火箭。

  • I'm Carla Zeus.

    我是卡拉-宙斯

  • There is one way to get a mention on our show and Medina Public School in Medina, North Dakota knows it.

    有一種方法可以在我們的節目中得到提及,北達科他州麥地那公立學校知道這一點。

  • You comment on the most recent show on our YouTube channel seem intent is back tomorrow.

    你評論我們YouTube頻道最近的節目似乎意圖是明天回來。

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