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  • It`s the last time I`ll say it this school year -- Fridays are awesome.

    這是我這學期最後一次說這句話了,星期五超屌!

  • We appreciate you watching our last show until August 17th.

    我們非常感謝大家觀看在8/17前的最後一集 CNN 學生新聞。

  • I`m Carl Azuz for CNN STUDENT NEWS.

    我是Carl Azuz

  • First up, another aspect to recent unrest in Baltimore, Maryland.

    首先,用另一個角度來關切在馬里蘭的巴爾的摩發生的動盪局面

  • There`s enough narcotics on the streets of Baltimore

    在巴爾的摩街上毒品太過氾濫,

  • to keep it intoxicated for a year.

    數量多到足以讓市民都淪陷

  • Criminals are selling those stolen drugs.

    犯人都在亂賣偷來的毒品

  • There are -- there are turf wars happening,

    街上充斥著地盤搶奪戰

  • which are leading to violence and shootings in our city.

    讓整個城市陷入暴力還有槍戰。

  • Police say at least 175,000 dosage of prescription drugs

    警方表示在四月巴爾的摩的暴動中至少有十七萬五千包毒品被偷走

  • were stolen during Baltimore`s riots in April.

    警方表示在四月巴爾的摩的暴動中至少有十七萬五千包毒品被偷走

  • It could be a factor in the surge of violent crime that the city`s scene since then.

    從那時候開始,這些毒品成了導致城市層出不窮暴力犯罪事件的主因

  • The unrest followed the death of Freddie Gray.

    混亂的狀況隨著 Freddie Gray 的死亡而升溫

  • Six police officers were charged in connection with it.

    六名警方被指控與 Freddie Gray 的死因有關

  • Gray was fatally injured while in police custody after he was arrested in April.

    四月時,Gray 因在警方拘捕之下受傷,最後傷重不治

  • Peaceful protests, violent protests and looting followed.

    隨後,平和的抗議、激烈的抗爭還有搶奪洗劫隨即上演。

  • That`s when so many drugs were stolen from 27 pharmacies and two clinics.

    也就是在這個時候,27間藥房還有兩間診所的許多藥品都被洗劫

  • Prescription drug abuse is not limited to Baltimore.

    藥物濫用不只發生在巴爾的摩

  • It`s a problem seen in every part of the country.

    這是個全國性的問題。

  • Experts say doctors, patients and pharmacists

    專家指出,醫生、病患還有藥劑師

  • can all play a part in identifying and preventing prescription drug abuse.

    在防範藥物濫用這件事上扮演著極重要的角色

  • Two new announcements to tell you about is more competitors

    接下來要告訴大家的兩件重大事情是 2016 入主白宮的候選人越來越多了

  • enter the 2016 race for the White House.

    接下來要告訴大家的兩件重大事情是 2016 入主白宮的候選人越來越多了

  • Lincoln Chafee made it official on Wednesday.

    星期三時,Lincoln Chafee表態參選

  • He served Rhode Island as a Republican U.S. senator.

    他原本是羅德島共和黨的參議員

  • Then, he was an independent governor of his state,

    之後,他成為了該州的獨立州長,

  • and now, he`s running for the Democratic Party`s presidential nomination.

    現在,他宣布角逐民主黨的總統提名候選人。

  • Rick Perry announced his candidacy on Thursday.

    Rick Perry 在星期四時宣布他也要角逐候選人

  • He served as a governor of Texas for 14 years.

    他在德州當了 14 年的州長

  • He ran in the 2012 presidential race and he says

    他也曾參與過 2012 的總統大選,當時他表示

  • he`s looking for a second chance for the Republican Party`s nomination in 2016.

    他想在 2016 尋求第二次共和黨的提名

  • That makes a total of 14 people, 10 Republicans and four Democrats,

    如此一來,總共有 14 人角逐,10位共和黨的,4位民主黨的

  • who officially entered the race. More candidates are expected to join them.

    之後可能還有更多的人會參與競爭。

  • I want to thank for the tens of thousands of roll call

    我想要感謝在我們字幕網頁上如此多的的點名留言

  • requests received this year in our transcript page.

    我想要感謝在我們字幕網頁上如此多的的點名留言

  • Today`s three schools on the roll. Drum roll.

    今天點名點中三間學校(擊鼓聲)

  • Troy High School, Fullerton, California --

    加州富勒頓的特洛伊高中

  • the Warriors are watching CNN STUDENT NEWS.

    感謝勇士們觀賞我們的節目

  • Ballard High School, Louisville, Kentucky.

    肯塔基州路伊斯威爾的巴拉德高中

  • Thanks to the Bruins for bearing with our pun.

    感謝熊熊們忍受我們的雙關冷笑話

  • And, South Central Junior/Senior High School in Union Mills, Indiana.

    還有,印第安那州優寧米爾斯的南方高中

  • It`s awesome to be broadcasting with the satellite.

    可以透過衛星轉播新聞真的很棒

  • Speaking of satellites, NASA is celebrating an anniversary this week.

    說到衛星,NASA 這禮拜在慶祝周年慶

  • It`s been 50 years since the first U.S. spacewalk was made.

    距離美國人第一次進行空中漫步已經五十年了

  • Since then, there had been more than 260 strolls into space.

    從那時候到現在,已經進行超過了 260 次的太空漫步

  • Most of them had been done to work on the International Space Station,

    大部分的漫步都是在國際太空站執行的,

  • part of its estimated $75 billion to the U.S.

    對美國來說,這種太空漫步花費約莫七百五十億美金

  • But many of the astronauts who`ve taken a spacewalk would call it priceless.

    不過許多漫步過的太空人都說這種經驗無法用金錢衡量

  • OK, I`m out.

    好的,我出來了

  • OK, now, (INAUDIBLE)

    好的,就趁現在 (無法辨別)

  • They were the first American boots to step into space.

    他們是代表美國首次在太空漫步的人

  • NASA astronaut Ed White left the hatch of Gemini IV 50 years ago this week,

    距離上次NASA的太空人 Ed White 綁著繩索踏出雙子星四號(太空艙),

  • strapped to a tether 250 miles high above the Earth.

    在離地球 250 英哩遠慢步已經是五十年前的事了

  • Twenty-three minutes later,

    23分鐘過後

  • White returned to the spacecraft which

    White 回到太空艙

  • he would later described as one of the saddest moments of his life.

    他說回太空艙是他一生中最難過最不想做的事

  • Going outside, when you have that

    當你在太空漫步時,可以

  • full panoramic view through your helmet, is just amazing.

    透過太空衣看到整個太空景象真的很神奇

  • Soviet cosmonaut Alexei Leonov did it first.

    蘇聯的太空人Alexei Leonov 在

  • American Ed White`s mission came three months later.

    美國太空人 Ed White 執行任務後三個月進行他的第一次太空漫步

  • But it was White who proved that productive work

    不過是 White 證明了在太空艙外頭可以做一些有價值意義的工作。

  • could be done outside a spacecraft. That paved the way to this.

    這項創舉為後面這件事鋪路

  • It`s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.

    「我的一小步是人類的一大步」

  • NASA astronauts had performed hundreds of spacewalks

    自從Neil Armstrong成功登陸月球後,NASA的太空人已經進行過上百次的太空漫步了

  • since Neil Armstrong`s famous moon landing.

    自從Neil Armstrong成功登陸月球後,NASA的太空人已經進行過上百次的太空漫步了

  • Once we get that mike, we`re going to go ahead and verify our (INAUDIBLE)

    一拿到聽筒後,我們就會前往確認 (無法辨識)

  • Michael Foreman has done five of them,

    Michael Foreman就執行過五次太空漫步

  • spending more than 32 hours in zero gravity.

    在零重力的外太空待超過32小時

  • You`re not 100 percent sure how you`re going to feel

    你不會百分之百知道會有什麼樣的感受

  • until you experience that for the very first time.

    直到你真的自己親自去體會

  • Fortunately for me, I felt very comfortable out there

    幸運的是,在外太空我感到滿舒適的

  • and it was just like muscle memory took over

    而且當我踏出太空艙後,感覺一切都是由我的記憶肌肉去掌控

  • when I went out that hatch the very first time

    而且當我踏出太空艙後,感覺一切都是由我的記憶肌肉去掌控 

  • because I was just so used to doing the same thing here

    因為真的很像我們平常在模擬器裡練習的樣子

  • in the training that we had in the pool.

    因為真的很像我們平常在模擬器裡練習的樣子 

  • Now, one hour and three minutes into today`s spacewalk.

    現在,再過一個小時又三分鐘要進入我們今天的太空漫步

  • In 1973, when Skylab was damaged,

    在1973年當天空實驗室計畫損壞時

  • repairs were made to the solar panels in space to keep it in orbit.

    需要修復太陽能板讓它可以在軌道上繼續運轉

  • During 1980s, astronauts began using jet packs to fix satellites and carry out repairs.

    在1980年代時,太空人開始使用噴射動力裝置去修理衛星或其他修繕事項

  • Sounds great, Dan. A great effort all around.

    Dan,聽起來很棒!做的很好

  • It took five back to back spacewalks to repair and upgrade the Hubble telescope.

    要修復跟升級哈伯太空望遠鏡需要連續五次不間斷的太空漫步才能完成

  • All right. (INAUDIBLE) adjustable rather goes down.

    好的,(無法辨識)調整好了,可以運作了

  • Space walks are almost routine, part of the building

    太空漫步現在已經是例行公事了,用來建造

  • and maintenance of the International Space Station,

    還有維持每小時17000英哩繞著地球軌道運轉的國際太空站

  • which orbits the Earth at more than 17,000 miles an hour.

    還有維持每小時17000英哩繞著地球軌道運轉的國際太空站

  • There`s a chance that horseracing history will be made this Saturday.

    這個禮拜六將有機會打破賽馬的歷史

  • And this horse named American Pharoah could be the one to do it.

    名叫American Pharoah的馬兒將有可能締造紀錄

  • His owner says he`s like a pet. This weekend,

    牠的主人說牠想是寵物一樣。這個周末

  • he`ll be trying to win the Triple Crown, a sweep of three famous races.

    他將嘗試贏得三冠王,就是連贏得三個重要的比賽

  • He`s already won the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes.

    牠已經贏得了肯塔基的德貝賽馬還有普里克內斯賭注

  • The last in the series is the Belmont Stakes this Saturday.

    最後一關是這個周六的貝爾蒙特賽馬

  • Winning the Triple Crown is hard to do, even for an animal born to run.

    要贏得三冠王並不簡單,即便牠天生就很會跑

  • Last time it happened was 37 years ago.

    上一次有馬兒取得三冠王已經是三十七年前了

  • The race in New York is considered the toughest.

    在紐約的比賽被認為是最難的

  • Not sure what American Pharoah or his competitors would do

    不確定馬兒American Pharoah或是牠的競爭者看到鏡子裡的自己會怎樣

  • if they saw themselves in a mirror,

    不確定馬兒American Pharoah或是牠的競爭者看到鏡子裡的自己會怎樣

  • but we now know what some animals in the African wild do.

    不過我們現在知道在非洲的野生動物會做怎麼樣了

  • A French photographer traveled to the nation of Gabon

    一位到加彭旅遊的法國籍攝影師

  • and set up a mirror and a camera. Fortunately, the mirror was tough.

    在當地架了一面鏡子還有攝影機,幸好,架設的鏡子很堅固

  • What he found was that though some primates act tough at first,

    他發現,一開始的時候某些靈長類會非常激動

  • many later make peace. Big cats touched or played with their reflections.

    不過過一會兒就平靜下來了。大貓們會跟摸摸他們自己的倒影或是跟自己的影像玩起來

  • Elephants seem the most uninterested.

    大象看起來對自己的樣子最沒有興趣

  • They`ve already seen a few trunk shows

    他們已經看過許多不公開的時裝秀 (trunk 意指大象的鼻子)

  • and didn`t need to make their feelings hurt.

    所以不需要再看這麼多無聊的東西

  • Some others look gorilla mad or maybe got a little catty

    有一些動物看起像猩猩抓狂一樣,或是感覺有一點陰險

  • or maybe just want to monkey around.

    或是他們只是想要惡作劇一下

  • In a way, it kind of mirrored the behavior of us.

    不管怎樣,都是反映我們平常的行為

  • You and your teachers are more awesome than Fridays.

    你跟你的老師都絕對比星期五還要讚

  • We appreciate your viewership, your email, post, tweets, letters.

    我們非常感謝你們的觀看、來信、留言

  • It has been a blessing for us to bring you the show.

    我們很幸運可以為你們帶來這個節目

  • And we hope to see you again on August 17th.

    希望在8/17可以繼續看到大家

  • I`m Carl Azuz.

    我是Carl Azuz

  • On behalf of our CNN STUDENT NEWS staff in Atlanta, Georgia -- thank you.

    代表在亞特蘭大喬治亞的CNN新聞全體同仁感謝你的收看

It`s the last time I`ll say it this school year -- Fridays are awesome.

這是我這學期最後一次說這句話了,星期五超屌!

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