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Chance of showers, lightning could put a brake on SpaceX Falcon 9’s launch tonight

SpaceX will send multiple Starlink satellites into space Take-off will be Wednesday night if the weather permits. CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – SpaceX is preparing for another launch, but this won’t have humans on board. A Falcon 9 rocket will take off from the Kennedy Space Center on Wednesday night, bringing Starlink satellites to space. Spaceflight Now reports that the boot …

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Because a missile launch can’t unite us right now

On Tuesday at 9:30 ET, three American astronauts symbolically rang the Nasdaq opening bell from space – a celebration of the historic launch of SpaceX that sent the astronauts into orbit three days earlier. The short ceremony took place live on the Nasdaq big screen in Times Square, with various NASA staff members cheering as an astronaut rang a bell …

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The orbit of the Martian moon suggests that the Red Planet had a ring

A cycle of lunar formation could explain the slightly inclined orbit of the Moon Deimos of Mars. Mars has two moons surrounding the planet called Phobos and Deimos. For many years, scientists speculated that both of these moons had been captured as asteroids or space rocks. But new research shows that Deimos’ orbit would not make it possible. Deimos is …

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Tesla worker test positive after Elon Musk called “fascist” arrests

A worker from the Tesla factory in Buffalo, New York tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, reported by The Verge on Tuesday. The employee is the fourth Tesla worker known to have tested positive for COVID-19, said The Verge. They are the first employees of these factories to report falling ill since CEO Elon Musk …

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New study says dinosaur tumult asteroid hits Earth at as “deadly” angle as possible Earth

-> The concept of the fiery meteor artist who hit Earth 66 million years ago, ending the era of dinosaurs. Image via Imperial College London. New computer simulations by an international team of researchers suggest that the asteroid that condemned the dinosaurs 66 million years ago hit Earth at the most “deadly” angle. That is, these researchers say, it hit …

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