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SpaceX is building a Starship prototype right here on the Space Coast

SpaceX is building a second prototype of Starship, but this time it's not in Texas – it's right here on Florida's Space Coast in Cocoa.          Source link

NASA selects 11 companies to help develop lunar lander for 2024 moonshot

NASA has selected 11 companies to help spearhead its efforts to put humans back on the moon by 2024, the agency announced Thursday.          Source link

Oreos launching Apollo-themed cookies for moon landing anniversary

Count cookies among the countless products and services celebrating the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11's landing on the moon in July.          Source link

Blue Moon announces limited edition kegs in honor of Blue Origin’s lunar lander

When Jeff Bezos-founded aerospace company Blue Origin revealed its plans for a lunar lander this month, a familiar name came with it: Blue Moon.          Source link

Photos: SpaceX Starship prototype under construction in Cocoa, Florida

Photos: SpaceX Starship prototype under construction in Cocoa, Florida          Source link

SpaceX stands down from second attempt to launch Starlink from Cape Canaveral

SpaceX was forced to stand down from a second attempt to launch its futuristic satellite constellation from Cape Canaveral on Thursday.          Source link

It’s launch day (again!): SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch, Starlink mission details

Planned liftoff with 60 Starlink satellites marks an important milestone for SpaceX, which aims to take humans to the moon, Mars and beyond          Source link

Live: Watch SpaceX launch 60 Starlink communication satellites from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

Follow as SpaceX once again targets to launch 60 Starlink communications satellites aboard a Falcon 9 rocket at 10:30 p.m. from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Launch Complex 40.          Source link

Lunar Legends: Commercial space companies the future of crewed travel

The next steps to sending humans back to space from U.S. soil is the Commercial Crew Program at NASA. Tim Dunn, Launch Director at NASA discusses what the program is all about. #5050LunarLegends          Source link

MIT Time Capsule Puzzle Solved 15 Years Ahead of Schedule

A time capsule complete with computer artifacts was opened up at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Wednesday.It was part of a celebration, after Bernard Fabrot, a self-taught programmer from Belgium... Source link


Best Fails of the Week 4 March 2016 || “Not Today!!”...

Alright back to our regularly scheduled programming. Not too bad of a week, but keep those submissions coming. If you have a good clip...


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