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Space capsule carrying American and Russian astronauts blasts off for the International Space Station

A Soyuz space capsule blasted off Thursday for the International Space Station, carrying an American astronaut making his first space flight and a veteran Russian cosmonaut. NASA's Jack Fischer and Russia's Fyodor Yurchikhin lifted off from the Russia-leased...

KFC launches chicken sandwich to stratosphere

The planned four-day mission marketing the Zinger sandwich is hitched to a shakedown cruise by a World View's Stratollite high-altitude balloon.          Source link

Hurricane Irma sends Space Coast into preparation mode

As Hurricane Irma approaches Florida, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and Kennedy Space Center have entered into a formal emergency-readiness state. Kennedy officials said that the facility has entered Hurricane Condition IV, known as HURCON IV. That...

Puerto Rico governor says ‘let’s talk’ after Tesla CEO Elon Musk offers solar grid

If a recent exchange between Puerto Rico's governor and Tesla's billionaire CEO is any indication, the island could be headed toward a solar future.          Source link

Popular YouTube Videos May Have Psychologically Harmed Kids

“Toy Freaks,” a popular YouTube channel followed by millions, was deactivated by the site last week for violating policies against child endangerment, NBC News reports.The channel, run by single father Gregory...Photo Credit: Danny Moloshok/AP Source link

Preview of new Astronaut Training attraction

The new Astronaut Training Experience Center at KSC Visitor Complex. Video by Tim Shortt. Posted 12/18/17.          Source link

SpaceX scheduled to test fire Falcon Heavy rocket this week

SpaceX will test fire its highly anticipated Falcon Heavy rocket at Kennedy Space Center this week ahead of a planned flight later this month.          Source link

Air Force Brig. Gen. Monteith talks SpaceX

Air Force Brig. Gen. Wayne Monteith, commander of the 45th Space Wing and director of the Eastern Range, talks about SpaceX's two operational pads.         Source link

ULA launch could face another weather delay

A mission from United Launch Alliance pushed back multiple times because of weather and once because of hardware issues could face another delay. The U.S. Air Force’s 45th Weather Squadron, which monitors conditions on the Space Coast, put...

Virtual reality big in 1st group of OrlandoiX speakers

An Emmy Award-nominated speaker, HTC Vive creative director and mobile game producer highlight the first group of speakers that will be at OrlandoiX. The third-year tech conference takes place Aug. 17-20 at Full Sail University. The four-day...


'97% of NHS trusts working as normal after cyberattack’ – Home...

All but six of the 248 NHS trusts in the UK are back to full function following the WannaCry ransomware attack, says...


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