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  • Yeah, kicking off a four day work in school week after the Labor Day holiday.

    是啊,在勞動節假期後,開學一週工作四天。

  • This is CNN 10 and I'm Carl.

    這裡是CNN10,我是卡爾。

  • Jesus.

    我的天啊

  • Welcome, everyone watching worldwide.

    歡迎大家在全球範圍內觀看。

  • If you're just now returning from a summer break, it's great to see you again in the U.

    如果你現在剛放暑假回來,很高興能在美國再次見到你。

  • S.

    S.

  • State of California.

    加利福尼亞州。

  • This gives you an idea of why the governor just declared a state of emergency.

    這讓你知道為什麼州長剛剛宣佈進入緊急狀態。

  • It applies to five counties in the central and southern areas of the state.

    適用於州中、南部地區的五個縣。

  • That's where three wildfires are burning.

    那是三場野火燃燒的地方。

  • They've chewed through tens of thousands of acres.

    他們已經啃完了幾萬畝的土地。

  • They forced thousands of people to evacuate, and they have destroyed some homes statewide.

    他們強迫數千人撤離,並摧毀了全州的一些房屋。

  • California has lost Mawr land toe wildfires this year than in any other year on record.

    加利福尼亞州今年在野火中損失的莫爾土地比有記錄以來的任何一年都要多。

  • More than two million acres have burned in 2020.

    2020年已燒燬200多萬畝。

  • And though the state has a wildfire season, which typically lasts from the spring through the fall, it often hits its worst point in October and November.

    而該州雖然有野火季節,通常從春季持續到秋季,但往往在10月和11月達到最嚴重的程度。

  • So fire officials are particularly concerned about that.

    所以,消防官兵對此特別關注。

  • Over the weekend, California broke temperature records that have stood since the 19 fifties, Though it's been cooler than average in the central part of the United States, areas of the West have seen sweltering heat waves and that can make wildfires worse in the states.

    週末,加州打破了自1950年代以來的溫度記錄,雖然美國中部地區的溫度比平均水平低,但西部地區已經出現了悶熱的熱浪,這可能會使各州的野火更加嚴重。

  • Hot, dry conditions.

    炎熱、乾燥的環境。

  • Lightning strikes have been blamed for causing many of the wildfires, but a party where a type of firework was set off is responsible for one of the recent ones.

    雷擊是造成許多野火的罪魁禍首,但在最近的野火中,有一個派對上燃放了一種煙花,要為其中一個派對負責。

  • In addition to the round the clock efforts of the firefighters, the State of Emergency Declaration will speed up help and money to the residents who've been affected.

    除了消防隊員晝夜不停的努力外,緊急狀態宣言將加快對受災居民的幫助和資金。

  • Next story.

    下一個故事。

  • There's an election coming up in America.

    美國即將舉行選舉。

  • You might have heard a little something about that.

    你可能聽說過一些關於這方面的事情。

  • It will determine all 435 voting seats of the US House of Representatives.

    它將決定美國眾議院全部435個投票席位。

  • It'll decide 35 of the 100 seats of the U.

    它將決定U的100個席位中的35個。

  • S Senate, and it will determine who sits in the White House for the next four years.

    斯參議院,它將決定未來四年誰坐鎮白宮。

  • In most modern elections, Americans have gotten presidential results.

    在現代大多數選舉中,美國人都得到了總統的結果。

  • At some point On election night, enough votes were tallied fast enough to make this happen.

    在選舉當晚的某個時刻,足夠多的選票被快速統計出來,使這種情況發生。

  • One prominent exception, of course, was in the year 2000, when the Florida recount delay those results for weeks.

    當然,一個突出的例外是在2000年,當時佛羅里達州的重新計票將這些結果延後了數週。

  • Could concerns about Cove in 19 and delays associated with mail in voting keep Americans in suspense after November 3rd of this year.

    19日對科夫的擔憂以及與郵寄投票相關的延誤是否會讓美國人在今年11月3日之後繼續保持懸念。

  • Campaigning, fundraising debates, more fundraising to conventions, more debates and finally, the vote.

    競選,募捐辯論,更多的募捐到公約,更多的辯論,最後,投票。

  • Three U.

    三個U。

  • S presidential election happens every four years on the first Tuesday in November, but Election Day is really just the last step in a years long process.

    S總統大選每四年發生一次,在11月的第一個星期二,但選舉日真的只是多年漫長過程中的最後一步。

  • It starts with the primary when states vote on who should be the nominee for each political party.

    首先是初選,各州投票決定誰應該是各政黨的提名人。

  • There are two major political parties that most Americans identify with the Republican Party and the Democratic Party.

    大多數美國人認同的兩大政黨有共和黨和民主黨。

  • The Republican Party is considered to be on the right of the political spectrum, supporting positions considered more conservative while the Democrats fall on the left supporting positions considered more liberal.

    共和黨被認為是在政治光譜的右邊,支持被認為比較保守的立場,而民主黨則屬於左邊,支持被認為比較自由的立場。

  • Every summer before the election, the two parties hold week long events called conventions, to officially select their nominee.

    每年夏天大選前,兩黨都會舉行為期一週的活動,稱為大會,正式選出自己的候選人。

  • Each state will send delegates to the conventions who act as representatives of the results from the primaries.

    每個州都將派出代表參加大會,作為初選結果的代表。

  • 50 votes for Secretary Clinton and nine votes for Senator Sanders, three candidate who wins the majority of those delegates that accepts the nomination.

    克林頓國務卿50票,參議員桑德斯9票,三名候選人誰贏得了這些代表的大多數,接受提名。

  • Even the sitting president has to be re nominated by their parties.

    即使是現任總統也要由他們的政黨重新提名。

  • Congratulations, Dad.

    恭喜你,爸爸。

  • We love you.

    我們愛你

  • But if he or she has already served two terms, They can't run again.

    但如果他或她已經做了兩屆,就不能再參選了。

  • Once the nominees are secured, it's on to the general election.

    被提名人確定後,就進入了大選。

  • Although the nominees may attack each other as a campaign, they won't actually face off until the debates a month before the election.

    雖然被提名人可能會互相攻擊作為競選活動,但他們不會真正面對面,直到選舉前一個月的辯論會。

  • When it's finally time to vote, there are three ways to do it by mail in ballot.

    終於到了投票的時候,有三種方式可以通過郵寄選票的方式進行投票。

  • For those who can't make it to the polls by early voting, which happens days or weeks before Election Day and by going to the polls on Election Day historically, Onley about 50 to 60% of eligible Americans actually turn out to vote in the United States.

    對於那些不能到投票站的人來說,通過提前投票,這發生在選舉日之前的幾天或幾周,以及通過在選舉日去投票歷史上,Onley大約50到60%的合格美國人實際上在美國投票。

  • The candidate with the majority of the votes doesn't automatically win.

    獲得多數票的候選人並不會自動獲勝。

  • The U.

    U.

  • S uses a system called the Electoral College, which gives each state a certain amount of electoral votes.

    斯採用的是選舉團制度,即給每個州一定的選舉人票。

  • Theory Mount of electoral votes the state gets is determined by how many representatives they have in Congress.

    理論上各州獲得的選舉人票數取決於他們在國會中擁有多少代表。

  • If a candidate gets the most votes in a state, they get the electoral votes for that state, except in Nebraska and Maine, where they are awarded based on a statewide and district results.

    如果某位候選人在某州獲得最多選票,他們就能獲得該州的選舉人票,但內布拉斯加州和緬因州除外,這兩個州的選舉人票是根據全州和地區的選舉結果獲得的。

  • You need 270 out of 538 electoral votes to become president.

    在538張選舉人票中,你需要270張才能成為總統。

  • Some states have historically voted Republican in our called red states.

    在我們所謂的紅州,有些州歷史上曾投票給共和黨。

  • Others have historically voted Democratic in our called blue states.

    在我們所謂的藍色州,其他人歷來都是投民主黨的票。

  • Some states are swing states, which means voters have swung between Democrats and Republicans, depending on the election year in a normal year, If the election is a landslide, the results could get called shortly after polling stations closed in the evening.

    有些州是搖擺州,這意味著選民在民主黨和共和黨之間搖擺,這取決於正常年份的選舉年,如果選舉是壓倒性的,結果可能會在晚上投票站關閉後不久被調用。

  • Thank you, but if it's close, candidates won't give their victory or concession speeches until the wee hours of the morning.

    謝謝你,但如果票數接近,候選人要到凌晨才會發表勝利或讓步演講。

  • If it's super close, candidates can request a recount in certain states.

    如果票數超級接近,在某些州,候選人可以要求重新計票。

  • In 2000, George Bush won the state of Florida by just about 1700 votes.

    2000年,喬治-布什僅以1700票左右的優勢贏得了佛羅里達州的勝利。

  • After a recount, it was only 327 and ultimately the Supreme Court had to weigh in to certify the results.

    經過重新計票,只有327人,最終最高法院不得不權衡後認證結果。

  • Because of covert 19.

    因為隱蔽的19。

  • Mail in voting is expected to increase, and states are facing challenges like shortages of poll workers.

    郵寄投票預計將增加,各州面臨投票工作人員短缺等挑戰。

  • It may take some states days or weeks to finalize their results.

    有些州可能需要幾天或幾周的時間才能最終確定結果。

  • After all of that, the winner is sworn in the following January, and almost immediately people start preparing for the next election.

    做完這一切,第二年1月宣誓勝出,人們幾乎立即開始準備下一次選舉。

  • 12th trivia which of these NASA missions was launched in 1977 Skylab, Galileo, Voyager or Viking, two unmanned spacecraft were launched as part of the Voyager missions in 1977 on.

    12日小知識這些美國宇航局的任務中有哪些是在1977年發射的Skylab、Galileo、Voyager或Viking,這兩個無人航天器是作為Voyager任務的一部分於1977年發射的。

  • Both of them are still out there, farther away from the Earth than Pluto's, still gathering info about the universe more than 40 years after they launched the cost of the mission.

    它們兩個都還在那裡,比冥王星的離地球更遠,在它們啟動成本任務40多年後,仍然在收集有關宇宙的資訊。

  • When converted to today's dollars is roughly two billion, and it's not just sending data back.

    換算成今天的美元大概是20億,而且不僅僅是發數據回來。

  • The two spacecraft are also carrying info about Earth.

    這兩個航天器還攜帶著有關地球的資訊。

  • Gold plated copper discs with instructions for how to play them are also on board Voyager.

    旅行者號上還有鍍金銅盤,並附有玩法說明。

  • In case they're picked up by anything that wants to know about human life.

    以防他們被任何想了解人類生活的人發現。

  • Researchers say that's very unlikely.

    研究人員表示,這種可能性非常小。

  • They compare the disks to a tiny message in a bottle thrown into the greatest expanse of oceans.

    他們把這些磁盤比作一個瓶子裡的小資訊,扔進了最廣闊的海洋裡。

  • But they include greetings in 55 languages, music natural and man made sounds.

    但它們包括55種語言的問候語、自然和人造的音樂。

  • They also have pictures snapshots of human life in the 19 seventies, including this one from the 1972 Olympics, a depiction of human sport through a foot race.

    他們還有1970年代人類生活的圖片快照,包括1972年奧運會的這張圖片,是通過徒步比賽來描繪人類運動的。

  • And when CNN anchor Don Riddell caught up with the athletes in the shot he found that some of them had no idea their images were floating in deep space.

    而當CNN主播唐-瑞德追問拍攝中的運動員時,他發現他們中的一些人根本不知道自己的形象是漂浮在深空的。

  • The voyage continues.

    航行繼續。

  • We could not have claimed to know what was in our own solar system until Voyager conducted its tour.

    在旅行者號進行巡視之前,我們不能宣稱知道我們自己的太陽系裡有什麼。

  • It's Homeric Odyssey.

    這是荷馬史詩奧德賽。

  • Across the outer solar system, people often describe it as one of mankind's greatest journeys.

    穿越外太陽系,人們常常把它描述為人類最偉大的旅行之一。

  • It is certainly the farthest and longest forager was originally conceived as a tour of all the giant planets, because all the giant planets were aligned in 1977 and you could go from one to the other, and that alignment was very rare.

    它當然是最遠最長的覓食者,最初的設想是所有巨行星的遊覽,因為所有的巨行星在1977年都是對齊的,你可以從一顆行星到另一顆行星,這種對齊是非常罕見的。

  • That alignment happens once every 176 years.

    這種排列每176年發生一次。

  • Uh, it ended up that Congress only approved the mission to Jupiter and Saturn.

    呃,最後國會只准許了木星和土星的任務。

  • But the engineers and the scientists were very ingenious, and they designed and built the instruments to endure the flights to Uranus and Neptune just on the off chance that the mission would be approved for that long.

    但工程師和科學家們非常巧妙,他們設計和製造了儀器,以承受飛往天王星和海王星的飛行,只是在萬一任務能被準許那麼久的情況下。

  • And that's what happened.

    這就是發生的事情。

  • And it's remarkable to remember what we did not know about our own solar system.

    而且記得我們對自己的太陽系不瞭解的事情,這很了不起。

  • We knew nothing about the structure and Saturn's rings.

    我們對土星的結構和環一無所知。

  • We knew very little about its atmosphere.

    我們對它的氛圍知之甚少。

  • Neptune is 30 times farther away from the sun than the Earth is, and even in the most powerful telescopes at the time was just a small dot of blue.

    海王星離太陽的距離是地球的30倍,即使在當時最強大的望遠鏡中也只是一個藍色的小點。

  • It's famous picture the pale blue dot of Earth right before it departed and went on its way outside beyond the planets.

    這是著名的圖片,地球的淡藍色的點,就在它離開之前,去了外面的星球之外。

  • Now we are truly an interstellar species.

    現在我們是真正的星際物種。

  • It is for all these reasons that I think it's fair to say that Voyager is Thea Pollo, 11 of the planetary programming.

    正是由於這些原因,我認為可以說旅行者號是行星編程中的11號西婭-波洛。

  • A Flying V ain't just a historic guitar.

    Flying V不只是一把歷史悠久的吉他。

  • It's also a model aircraft and a possible glimpse of what's to come.

    這也是一架模型飛機,也是未來可能出現的一幕。

  • Dutch engineers recently gave this design a test flight passengers, fuel and cargo would all fit inside the wings, and the Flying V would theoretically save fuel over the modern tried and true jet design.

    荷蘭工程師最近給這種設計做了一次試飛,乘客、燃料和貨物都可以裝在機翼內,理論上,"飛行五號 "將比現代嘗試過的噴氣式飛機設計節省燃料。

  • But it still needs work.

    但仍需努力。

  • It's prone to Dutch role, which is described as being like ice skating and can lead to rough landings.

    它容易出現荷蘭角色,被形容為像滑冰一樣,會導致粗暴的降落。

  • And, of course, the engineers want all the landings to be happy ones down to the letter, the letter V so they won't let this V as it is.

    當然,工程師們也希望所有的落地都是快樂的落地,字母V,所以他們不會讓這個V像現在這樣。

  • That could be a mistake.

    這可能是一個錯誤。

  • Their vehement about getting this right, because if it comes to V, it could ve another victory for aviation.

    他們強烈要求把這個問題搞清楚,因為如果到了V,這可能是航空業的又一次勝利。

  • All right, search the Arkansas is where today's show lands.

    好了,搜索阿肯色州是今天節目的落腳點。

  • It's where you'll find sir see High School for a chance to get your school mentioned on CNN.

    在這裡,你會發現先生看到高中的機會,讓你的學校在CNN上提到。

  • 10.

    10.

  • Please subscribe and leave a comment on the most recent program at youtube dot com slash CNN.

    請在youtube dot com slash CNN的最新節目中訂閱並留言。

  • 10.

    10.

  • I'm Carla Zeus.

    我是卡拉-宙斯

Yeah, kicking off a four day work in school week after the Labor Day holiday.

是啊,在勞動節假期後,開學一週工作四天。

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