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Lockheed Martin lands $500 million U.S. Navy deal for aircraft-support systems

A seven-year, $500 million contract recently inked by Lockheed Martin with the U.S. Navy will bring additional work to the defense giant’s Orlando workforce. The maintenance and support deal will cover more than 200 of the company’s electronic...

Lockheed Martin offers glimpse into its lunar habitat modules | Poll

Could you live in a bloated school bus that's part space laboratory and part intergalactic Days Inn?          Source link

SpaceX launches, lands Falcon rocket that could fly a third time

The Falcon 9 blasted off from Launch Complex 40 at 1:18 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7, and the "Block 5" booster landed on a ship eight minutes later.          Source link

SpaceX, other private launches mess with airline schedules

On Feb. 6, Elon Musk's SpaceX launched its largest rocket into the blue sky above Florida’s Space Coast. Onboard was "Starman," a dummy strapped into the billionaire's cherry red Tesla roadster. Minutes later, fans cheered as Musk topped...

Powerful ULA Atlas V to launch satellite from Florida for first direct commercial mission

An Atlas V rocket set to its most powerful configuration will boost United Launch Alliance's first direct commercial payload from Cape Canaveral.          Source link

Walkway astronauts will take to board SpaceX's spacecraft installed at Kennedy Space Center

SpaceX’s sleek black and white astronaut walkway swung into place at Kennedy Space Center’s launch pad 39A Monday, signaling another step in the Elon Musk-led space disruptor’s mission to send crews further into the cosmos. According to Spaceflight...

Disabled Deltona veteran shoots airgun with his breath at wheelchair games

Steve Kirk leans into his air rifle, tucking it into the crook of his neck, eyeing the target and steadying it slightly with his semi-clenched left hand. When it’s time to pull the trigger, the long-haired 69-year-old U.S....

As Elon Musk settled with the SEC, SpaceX briefly found itself in the crosshairs

When the SEC set its sights on Elon Musk and Tesla recently, the billionaire's rocket company, SpaceX, also got caught in the regulator's crosshairs.          Source link

NASA Administrator Bridenstine gets one-of-a-kind tour of KSC, Space Coast

It's a tour granted only to top NASA officials: Exploring launch pads, getting up close with SpaceX and Boeing vehicles, and meetings with employees.          Source link

NASA unveils first Boeing and SpaceX astronauts for flights to ISS

NASA on Friday is set to unveil which astronauts will fly SpaceX and Boeing spacecraft from the Space Coast in the near future.          Source link


Here Are the Emojis That Get Used Most and Least

If you find yourself frequently sending the heart or face with tears of joy emojis, you’re in good company. Those two are among...


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