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"It was smoking and a strange liquid was leaking from it," a resident of the small town of San Luis said. Police have since identified the object as an internet balloon developed by X, a company founded by Google, to boost the signal in rural areas. It is not yet clear what caused the balloon to crash. 'From outer space' Tolima police commander Jorge Esguerra denied previous reports on Twitter and local media which had described กระเป๋า CHARLES & KEITH the object as a satellite. Image copyright Twitter Image caption Some locals assumed the "strange object which fell from the sky" was a satellite "It's a technological device used by Google which moves around and is held aloft by a balloon," he explained, adding that it formed part of X's Project Loon . X, which was formerly known as Google X, is using the devices to extend internet connectivity to people in rural and remote areas by having the balloons, which travel on the edge of space, relay the signal. Media captionProject Loon uses balloons to try to expand internet coverage to remote locations But many people in the rural area near San Luis where it crashed said they were convinced it was something more sinister. "We all thought it was a UFO or the remains of a space craft," locals told El Tiempo newspaper. It is not the first time a Project Loon balloon has crashed. In February 2016, one came down at a tea plantation in Sri Lanka during a test flight.
"All kinds of great stuff for newlyweds or furnishing a dorm room," said past-president Judy Rodriguez. "I liken it to a five and dime store, like a Woolworth's where $10 goes a long way." Four trendy new outfits donated by local boutiques will be snapped up in the Music Room, along go with an array of clothing, handbags, belts and entertaining accessories. "The line starts by 7 a.m. and it's a thundering herd by the time the police open the doors at 9," said Lavinia Branch Kelly, sharing some shopping tips. "Cash, check and credit card are accepted. Tote bags and small rolling carts are fine and furniture must has be picked up by 4 p.m." For those with champagne taste and a discerning eye, about 500 high-end heirlooms, antiques and collectibles were selected to sell by silent auction bid only, at Saturday's market and for the first time, online. "Shoppers can go to our website, thechiselersinc.com, and find a link marked "Auction," said chairwoman Esther Hammer. "Click on that to find a menu which includes a registration form. Then they can check bids on their smartphone all day." Wondering why the women call themselves "Chiselers?" In the 1950s, socialites connected to the University of Tampa volunteered to scrape paint and mortar off antique tiles on the former 1891 Tampa Bay Hotel fireplaces. Chipping away one day, one of the ladies remarked, "Why, we're a bunch of chiselers." Today's organization has grown to 200 members dedicated to restoring and maintaining the city's landmark, the University of Tampa.
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