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ULA launches final Delta II mission with NASA’s ICESat; KSC gets a surprise rocket

A storied rocket roared to life for its final mission Saturday, delivering a $1 billion NASA mission – but Delta II will now live on the Space Coast.          Source link

NASA astronaut: We didn’t drill hole that caused ISS pressure leak

Drew Feustel, the Expedition 56 commander, called a Russian official's suggestion that the crew might have caused a pressure leak was "a shame."          Source link

Report: Trump's China trade war has spared AMD, which has big Orlando presence, so...

A tech company with a major presence in Orlando has kept an eye on President Donald Trump’s trade war with China, which could end up costing its graphics processors business, according to a CNBC report. So far, AMD...

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Election Security and Regrets

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Wednesday defended the company’s decision this week to put Infowars’ Alex Jones in a seven-day “timeout” after Jones urged his viewers to ready their “battle rifles” against the...Photo Credit: Mark Lennihan/AP, File Source link...

Trolls Struggling to Share Disinformation, Secret Chats Show

A far-right troll told others that he was immediately banned from Twitter for deliberately sharing the wrong election date, according to NBC News, which had a reporter mistakenly added to trolls' private...Photo Credit: Moment Editorial/Getty Images, File Source link...

2011: Last Delta II launch from Cape Canaveral

A United Launch Alliance Delta II lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Launch Complex 17B with NASA's GRAIL spacecraft.          Source link

Facebook Marketplace Introduces AI Technology

Facebook Marketplace is celebrating its second anniversary Wednesday, and announcing new technology to propel its growth and empower Facebook’s 2.23 billion monthly users to buy and sell goods.Los...Photo Credit: Facebook Marketplace Source link

NASA’s InSight Mars landing: Probe survives descent through ‘seven minutes of terror’

Before NASA's $814 million InSight mission touches down on the surface of Mars this afternoon, it'll have to survive what the agency calls "seven minutes of terror."          Source link

NASA: ‘Mal-intent’ not necessarily behind ISS pressure leak

NASA said the hole in a Russian Soyuz docked to the station appears to be an isolated issue, and a crew will launch in another Soyuz next week.          Source link

ULA picks Blue Origin engines to power new Vulcan rocket

Blue Origin's BE-4 engine, funded by Amazon.com billionaire Jeff Bezos, beat out Aerojet Rocketdyne's AR1. ULA's Vulcan rocket could launch in 2020.          Source link



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