Louis Vuitton Trunk, China Rocket, Grand Canyon Fog

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Dec. 3 (Bloomberg) -- In today's "First Look," Bloomberg's Cristina Alesci highlights the photos illustrating headlines from around the world. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

It is being dismantled.

The trunk is 30 feet tall and 100 feet wide.

They were really offended.

The red square is considered to be a sacred space.

It is an eyesore.

It is not a good thing.

Our next picture is released in china.

It successfully launches a long -- mark -- rocket grade it should touchdown on the moon in about two weeks.

You remember the days when nasa was cool?

I can see someone in hollywood doing this.

Nasa not running space shuttle programs and china sending rockets to the moon.

The last picture is a domestic picture.

The grand canyon overflowed with thick, cloudlike fog.

It is caused by a temperature inversion.

The hotter air pushes down.

Is this what happens here?

Of the hotter air pushing down on the cooler air?

Science on surveillance bang." -- come -- coming up, we will speak to the chairman of belvedere vodka.

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