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WATCH LIVE: SpaceX’s astronaut launches Saturday

After nearly a decade, the American manned spaceflight returns to Florida’s Space Coast. The SpaceX Crew Dragon, carried by a Falcon 9 rocket, is set to lift Saturday afternoon with two Astronauts aboard, heading to the International Space Station at an open mission. You can watch the live coverage beginning at 11 o’clock in the video player above. SpaceX arrived …

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Another SpaceX Starship prototype exploded after an engine test

While the next launch attempt for Crew Dragon is still set to open tomorrow in Florida, Texas SpaceX is busy working on its Starship project. This afternoon the company appeared to successfully complete a static fire test on SN4 protection of the next launch vehicle, but it subsequently exploded on the test stand. Its predecessors met similar fate, with the …

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What Time Is SpaceX Launching? How to Watch

When is the launch, and how can I watch it? On Saturday, for the first time since space shuttles retired in July 2011, NASA astronauts were set to explode from American soil on an American rocket to the International Space Station. In contrast to the launch of the astronaut a while ago when NASA ran the show, this time a …

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How to Get Dry Dry Dry Clean

This is the smell of the dry-cleaning line. Some atmospheric chemists like that smell. In a paper published this year in Environmental Chemistry, researchers analyzed the lines of dried towels at the molecular level, to try to determine the source of their specific fragrance. Silvia Pugliese led the research while she was a master’s student at the University of Copenhagen. …

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SpaceX launches: It’s on Nasa’s astronauts for a second test

Media playback is not supported on your device The media captionPoor weather conditions delayed Wednesday’s launch attempt Rocket company SpaceX will make a second attempt in the coming hours to capture Nasa astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken. Their flight to the International Space Station (ISS) on Wednesday was postponed due to bad weather at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center. Saturday’s …

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The sun has put out the biggest flames since 2017. Did our star wake up?

The day may eventually emerge from its slumber. This morning (May 29), our star blasted its strongest fire since October 2017, an explosion seen by NASA’s day watch Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO). Solar flares are radiation explosions emanating from the sunspots, temporarily dark and relatively cool patches on the solar surface that boast powerful magnetic fields. Scientists classify strong fires …

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Trees Get Older and Younger

Picture: Getty The world’s forests collectively have become shorter and younger in general over the last 50 years, according to a study published in the journal Science on Friday. This means that forests have less ability to remove carbon from the environment and are less prone to many species relying on them for protection. Oh, and it will get worse. …

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The prototype Rocket rocket exploded after a Texas test

A SpaceX prototype rocket exploded after a trial on May 29, 2020. @LabPadre A fourth prototype of SpaceX’s next-generation rocket exploded Friday following a test at the company’s development facility in Texas. The company is conducting a rocket engine test, on a ground test known as a static fire. Minutes after the trial, which at first appeared successful, the Starship …

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