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After Month-Long Delivery Mission, SpaceX‚Äôs Dragon Returns to Earth

May 11, 2016

The last month ha

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SpaceX Dragon returns experimental results and other cargo from the space station.

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Deep Space Industries, Luxembourg Government Announce Prospector-X Mission at Parabolic Arc

May 10, 2016

Space Tourism … and Much More

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Luxembourg enters the asteroid mining business by partnering with Deep Space Industries.

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Third recovered Falcon 9 First Stage sails into Port Canaveral

May 10, 2016

Fresh from its unique three engine landing success, the Falcon 9 first stage (F9-0024-S1) has arrived back to the Florida coast from where it successfully launched the JCSAT-14…

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Flown Falcon 9 launchers start to pile up at SpaceX’s Florida facility.

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SpaceX Maiden Falcon Heavy Launch May Carry Satellite In November – Universe Today

May 10, 2016

The long-awaited Falcon Heavy from SpaceX may make its inaugural launch in November, 2016. But what will its payload be?

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Falcon Heavy scheduled for inaugural launch in November.

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Caltech’s 2500 Orbiting Solar Panels Could Provide Earth With Limitless Energy

May 10, 2016

The Space Solar Power Initiative (SSPI), a collaboration between Caltech and Northrup Grumman, has developed a system of lightweight solar power tiles which can convert solar energy to radio waves and can be placed in orbit to beam power to an…

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Here’s a solar power satellite concept that just might prove economically feasible, drastically reducing reliance on fossil fuels.

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Ivy League economist ethnically profiled, interrogated for doing math on American Airlines flight

May 7, 2016

Move over, Clock Boy. Another swarthy-looking nerd is alarming the authorities.

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Paranoia grounds plane due to a differential equation

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How will astronauts use augmented reality glasses?

May 7, 2016

NASA partners with Microsoft to test drive HoloLens in space, technology that could be critical to manned missions to Mars.

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NASA uses Microsoft HoloLens both in space and on Earth.

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