End your week with these fun notes on some delicious tamales for February 2, the release date of the new Del Toro movie, a blue ray that is born from Earth and more.
Tamales from ‘Baby Yoda’, warm tamales!
For all fans of The Mandalorian, Candlelight Day will have a Star Wars flavor.
After the success of the rosca with ‘Baby Yoda’ dolls, ‘Grogu’ tamales arrive for this February 2, created by Kraneo Food, located in CDMX.
The ‘Baby Yoda’ tamales will be on request via direct message on their official Instagram or Facebook account.
If you want these delicious tamales, you can pick them up from February 31 to February 2 at the Casa Franciscana, located at Jesús María 42, Colonia Centro, in Mexico City.
There will also be two routes for home deliveries with a shipping cost of 160 pesos: on February 1 they will arrive in Coyoacán, Benito Juárez, Miguel Hidalgo. On February 2 it will be Cuauhtémoc, Azcapotzalco and Gustavo A. Madero.
This new invention is vibrant green in color, yet retains its traditional flavor, according to Kraneo Food. Tamales are sold in two packages, one with 6 tamales at 200 pesos and the other with a dozen at 360 pesos.
The date of a new Del Toro film is already known
Guillermo del Toro will premiere the movie Nightmare Alley (The Alley of Lost Souls) on December 3, according to the Deadline portal.
Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Toni Collete, Willem Dafoe, Richard Jenkins, Rooney Mara, David Strathairn and Ron Perlman will star in the film.
Del Toro and Kim Morgan adapted a novel by William Lindsay Gresham. The Mexican filmmaker will also be a producer who is also behind The Shape of Water, which won four Oscars.
The new film is a psychological thriller that explores the dark side of show business and was first adapted for film in 1947.
On the other hand, Guillermo Del Toro is also working on his next animated « Pinnochio » film, which will hit Netflix.
Blue ray birth is captured for the first time
The camera system on the International Space Station recorded, for the first time, a sighting of five intense blue flashes on top of a cloud, also known as a blue beam, one of which generates a blue jet in the stratosphere.
According to a Nature publication, blue jets are lightning-like lightning-like electric discharges of several hundred milliseconds in duration that break open in the form of cones that propagate from the top of storm clouds into the stratosphere.
Nature reported that the International Space Station observed five intense blue flashes, of approximately 10 microseconds, coming from a storm cell.
A flash starts a pulsing blue jet. The observed flashes were accompanied by ‘elves’ in the ionosphere.
Capturing these phenomena using ASIM’s highly sensitive tools is vital for scientists investigating meteorological systems on Earth. The observations contain clues to how lightning strikes start in clouds, and the researchers believe these phenomena could even influence the concentration of greenhouse gases in Earth’s atmosphere, underscoring once again how important it is to find out exactly. what is happening over our heads, the European Space Agency noted separately.
NFL gives away Super Bowl tickets to healthcare workers
The NFL announced this Friday that 7,500 health workers, already vaccinated against the coronavirus, will receive free tickets to the Super Bowl that will be held next month in Tampa, Florida.
League commissioner Roger Goodel added in a statement that attendance during the Feb. 7 game will be limited to those workers and about 14,500 fans. Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has a capacity of nearly 66,000 spectators, according to its website.
Most of the healthcare workers who will receive the free tickets work in the Tampa Bay area and in central Florida, Goodell explained. However, he added that all 32 NFL teams will choose some workers from their cities to attend the meeting.
Goodell explained that, on the occasion of the game, there will also be “a great variety of special moments” to honor the health workers, both in the stadium and through the CBS broadcast.
As in the other games this season in the NFL, the mandatory use of masks will be imposed in the Super Bowl. It will also be necessary to respect distancing measures, it will not be possible to have contact with people in stores and restaurants, and checkpoints will be established at the entrance and exit.
With information from AP