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‘Break everything’, the documentary that you will not want to miss, and other notes so that you forget about COVID

This Tuesday we have information for you about Netflix’s new rock documentary, the Chinese spaceship that reached the Moon, the new magical towns, and more.

Did you feel that this year it lacked rock? Imagine Soda Stereo, Café Tacvba, Zoé, Molotov, El Tri and Aterciopelados together. Netflix announces with great fanfare one of its most ambitious musical productions for Latin America.

Is about Break it all: The history of rock in Latin America, a documentary series that will cover the stories and names of music that began as a movement called rock in Spanish, and that will have its exclusive premiere on December 16.

The audiovisual project was produced with the production of Gustavo Santaolalla, the emblematic musician, composer and producer who won two Oscars, thanks to his work in music for Babel and Brokeback Mountain. The documentary series was directed by Picky Talarico.

A screen shows the landed Chang'e-5 spacecraft.A screen shows the landed Chang’e-5 spacecraft.

A Chinese spacecraft landed on the Moon to bring lunar rocks to Earth for the first time since the 1970s, the government announced.

The China National Space Administration said Chang’e 5 “successfully landed” at its designated site shortly after 11 pm Tuesday after making a powered descent from its orbiter. He posted footage of the sterile scene at the landing site, including where the lander’s shadow can be seen.

The lander was launched on November 24 from the southern tropical island of Hainan. It is the latest venture in a Chinese space program to send its first astronaut into orbit in 2003, has a spacecraft en route to Mars, and aims to eventually land a human on the Moon.

The plans call for the lander to spend about two days piercing the lunar surface and collecting 2 kilograms of rocks and debris. The sample will be taken into orbit and transferred to a return capsule for the trip to Earth, and will be deposited in the grasslands of Inner Mongolia in the middle of the month.

If successful, it will be the first time scientists have obtained fresh samples of moon rocks from a Soviet probe in the 1970s. Those samples are expected to be available to scientists from other nations, although it is unclear how much access NASA will have. given the strict restrictions of the United States Government on space cooperation with China.

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.AP

Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip, will spend Christmas at Windsor Castle instead of going to his Sandringham estate for the first time in decades.

Spokesmen for Buckingham Palace said Tuesday that the queen and her husband may see some of their family briefly, in accordance with the guidelines, but that they are likely to celebrate Christmas alone.

“After considering all the recommendations, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have decided that this year they will spend a quiet Christmas in Windsor,” said a spokeswoman.

It is anticipated that the queen will not go to church on Christmas Day to avoid large crowds.

The royal family spent many Christmases at Windsor Castle when the Queen’s children were young, but since the 1980s they have celebrated Christmas and New Years at the Queen’s country house, Sandringham, in Norfolk, eastern England.

Paracho de Verduzco, Michoacán.Paracho de Verduzco, Michoacán, Ministry of Tourism of Michoacán

The Ministry of Tourism (Sectur) announced on Tuesday the winners of the call to be named as magical towns, tourist destinations with a wide cultural and gastronomic offer and located in destinations other than Sun and beach.

At the naming ceremony, Mario Alberto Sánchez, general director of Destination Management at Sectur, pointed out that localities from all over the country were registered in the contest, but only those that met the description of the attractions of the destinations obtained the appointment, as well as the planning file.

The new magical towns of Mexico 2020 are:

1. Ajijic, municipality of Chapala, Jalisco

2. Isla Aguada, Campeche

3. Maní, Yucatán

4. Mexcaltitán, Nayarit (recovers appointment)

5. Paracho de Verduzco, Michoacán

6. Santa Catarina Juquila, Oaxaca

7. Santa María del Río, San Luis Potosí

8. Sisal, Yucatán

9. Tetela de Ocampo, Puebla

10. Tonatico, State of Mexico

11. Zempoala, Hidalgo

With these new appointments, the number of magical towns went from 121 to 132 destinations in the country.

With information from AP and Aldo Munguía