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‘First Man’ author to speak at Patrick Air Force Base dinner next week

James Hansen, author of the book on which the recently released "First Man" movie was based, will headline an AIAA event at Patrick Air Force Base next week.          Source link

Maker Faire a chance for professionals to show off their passions

By day, Al Baum works as a mechanical engineer for a local company that builds attractions for theme parks. But by night, the 53-year-old from east Orlando is a garage tinkerer. He will be surrounded this weekend by...

Industry vets join Orlando-based National Center for Simulation's board

The National Center for Simulation has elected a new board of directors, adding a 20-year tech industry veteran and a longtime simulation expert who specializes in human performance technology. Simulation is one of Central Florida’s more-robust industries, with...

Horizontal launches could be coming back to the runway that once hosted the space...

The state’s spaceport authority, Space Florida, has been cleared to fully operate Kennedy Space Center’s Shuttle Landing Facility, giving it the ability to attract horizontal launch companies to the Cape. The Federal Aviation Administration Office of Commercial Space...

Student tech education group Tech Sassy Girlz lands Amazon grant

A local group that teaches tech skills to girls has received $15,000 in products and educational materials from Amazon to help support its work. Tech Sassy Girlz, which started its educational program in the science, technology, engineering and...

Pegasus launch of NASA’s ICON delayed after scrubbed attempt

A next attempt could be made as soon as 3:05 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 8.          Source link

321 LAUNCH app: What it is and why you need it

Over the past couple months, we've worked hard to blend technologies that will put you in control of a rocket launch from anywhere in the world.          Source link

Updates: Pegasus XL launch scrubbed due to technical issues

The Wednesday morning launch of a Pegasus XL rocket was scrubbed due to technical issues.          Source link

Launch of Pegasus rocket, NASA’s ICON scrubbed after takeoff from Cape Canaveral

A next attempt could be made as soon as 3:05 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 8.          Source link

Live: Watch an air-launched Pegasus XL rocket launch NASA’s latest spacecraft

Follow live as an air-launched Northrop Grumman Pegasus XL rocket takes off from the L-1011 Stargazer aircraft during a window that opens at 3 a.m.          Source link

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FSU center Christ Koumadje leads Seminoles to dominant win over Wake...

Florida State’s Christ Koumadje grabbed Terance Mann’s pass for a slam dunk and the first points of the game against Wake Forest. Later,...

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