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Satellite operator Iridium to fly on ‘flight proven’ SpaceX boosters

Satellite operator Iridium is targeting the end of this year for its first flight on a previously flown SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from California.          Source link

Blue Origin test fires game-changing BE-4 rocket engine

Blue Origin this week successfully test fired the heavy-lift engine that will vault its massive New Glenn rocket from Cape Canaveral as soon as 2020.          Source link

NASA nominee’s support of ‘secret science’ bill alarms environmentalists

Trump's choice to head NASA co-sponsored a bill to force the EPA to disclose all data behind regulations, a requirement environmentalists say can't be met.          Source link

New Immersive Experience Lets Users Explore Mars Using VR

Now everyone can get a taste of what scientists see on the red planet.NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory collaborated with Google to produce Access Mars, a free immersive experience that be accessed with...Photo Credit: NASA/JPL This story uses functionality...

Report warns NASA to heed lessons from space shuttle Columbia

The GAO said some engineering and safety functions lack adequate independence from cost and schedule pressures.          Source link

Maker Faire Orlando a place for tinkerers

Jose Pascual is not exactly a stunt junkie, he just happens to have some technical skills and an Arduino. That’s why he added a homemade speedometer to his skateboard, which he says is little more than a plank...

NASA selects SpaceX Falcon 9 and ULA Atlas V for future missions from California

Both SpaceX and United Launch Alliance have been selected by NASA to launch two science payloads from California in 2020 and 2021.          Source link

How to Prevent Being Spied on in Vacation Rental Homes

For people on vacation, being watched on hidden cameras in your room should be the furthest thing on their mind, but police are warning people to be on the lookout after an alarming case last month was revealed,...Photo...

Former Melbourne High teacher set for spacewalk outside ISS

NASA astronaut Joe Acaba, who taught science at Melbourne High in 1999-2000, will join Randy Bresnik for a planned 6.5-hour excursion Friday.          Source link


Home used by Leeza Gibbons foundation damaged in S. Carolina

(AP) A South Carolina home used by Leeza Gibbons' foundation to help people taking care of loved Source link قالب وردپرس


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