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SpaceX revives the space coast

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. Senator Bill Nelson went on Twitter this week to remind people that commercial space companies are now one thing for the present. SpaceX plans to expand business at KSC Government closed off led to 97% NASA staff cut Housing market backed up wth SpaceX arrival Things are changing after senator Bill Nelson, a former astronaut, along with …

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Big Pond Storm on Mars Hits NASA's Opportunity Rover

A growing dust storm on Mars is seen as the blurred planet's features in this photo taken on June 6, 2018 by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / MSSS A massive dust storm on Mars has slipped into NASA's Opportunity Rover, which stalls the robot's science work as it awaits the growing temptation. Marsh storm was first …

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Researchers discover a system of three earthy planets

Artistic simulation of a planet system consisting of three rocky planets of the same size on earth. Credit: Gabriel Pérez Díaz, SMM (IAC) The Institute of Astrophysics of Canarias (IAC) and University of Oviedo presented the discovery of two new planetary systems, one of which holds three planets of the same size on earth. The information on these new exoplanets …

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Upcoming Important SpaceX Launches in 2017 and 2018

SpaceX Photos / 123rf SpaceX SpaceX is known for its nail-biting rocket launches that keep people glued to their screens, waiting to see if the mission will be a success or a fiery failure. Watching these launches has become so popular that SpaceX is now live streaming almost every one. Want to watch a Falcon Heavy or the cutting-edge Dragon …

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