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SpaceX Starship rocket explodes again after test flight

SpaceX Starship rocket explodes again after test flight

A SpaceX Starship rocket flies high above South Texas on Tuesday, minutes before the test flight crashed and exploded in fog below. Photo courtesy of SpaceXSpaceX flew the company's Starship rocket on Tuesday, similar to a flight shown here on March 3 that landed but exploded moments later. Photo courtesy of SpaceX |SpaceX flew the company's Starship rocket on Tuesday, similar to a flight shown here on March 3 that landed but exploded moments later. Photo courtesy of SpaceX |A fourth Starship rocket prototype for 's launch company exploded after a test flight on Tuesday morning in South...

Mar 30
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Arecibo telescope collapse may complicate NASA asteroid mission

Arecibo telescope collapse may complicate NASA asteroid mission

An aerial photo shows the cleanup of damage from the December collapse of Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, where the ongoing remediation is estimated at up to $50 million. Photo courtesy of National Science FoundationThe Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, the most powerful single-dish radio telescope in the world, collapsed in December. Photo courtesy of University of Central FloridaArecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico is shown in November 2019, before any damage from cable failures or collapse. File Photo by Paul Brinkmann/UPIThe destructive collapse in December of the world's most...

Mar 12
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NASA will pay $500,000 for good ideas on food production in space

NASA will pay $500,000 for good ideas on food production in space

Astronaut Chris Cassidy unpacks a box of food that was flown to the International Space Station in October as NASA planned a contest that seeks innovative ways to grow food in space. Photo courtesy of NASANASA has launched a public challenge to develop methods of producing food in space, as shown in 2019 aboard the International Space Station with astronaut Jessica Meir cutting Mizuna mustard green leaves. Photo courtesy of NASANASA has launched a public challenge to develop methods of producing food in space, as shown in an experiment at the International Space Station in 2019 that used...

Feb 1
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SpaceX plans record-breaking launch with 143 satellites

SpaceX plans record-breaking launch with 143 satellites

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, similar to the one shown that was launched in 2020, is packed with dozens of satellites for the Transporter-1 rideshare launch Saturday. File Photo by Joe Marino/UPI |A Lemur-2 satellite built by California-based Spire Global, like the one shown in processing by the European Space Agency during a recent mission, is on board the SpaceX Transporter-1 mission planned for launch Saturday. Photo courtesy of European Space AgencyA very small, nano-satellite like the one shown made by California-based Tyvak is on board SpaceX's planned Transporter-1 mission to launch from...

Jan 22
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Florida's water brawl with Georgia nears historic SCOTUS hearing

Florida's water brawl with Georgia nears historic SCOTUS hearing

Florida has sued Georgia over increasing water flow in the Apalachicola River and bay, where local resident Bonnie Cassel is pictured catching oysters in 2013, in the hope it would would help revive local fisheries. Photo courtesy of Heather RashFlorida's request to the U.S. to limit the state of Georgia's water usage along the Apalachicola River basin is headed to a hearing on Feb. 22.The case is the first such interstate water dispute in the eastern United States to be heard by the high court since 1931, when New Jersey won a bid to restrict New York's water usage.In the Florida case, the...

Jan 11
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SpaceX to carry heart tissue, fiber optics lab to space station

SpaceX to carry heart tissue, fiber optics lab to space station

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is being prepared to launch the first Dragon 2 spacecraft to the International Space Station on a resupply mission for NASA from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Friday. Photo by Joe Marino/UPI |An illustration shows the International Space Station with the Nanoracks Bishop Airlock, the dome right of center, which is prepared to be  launched Saturday aboard a SpaceX rocket. Image courtesy of NanoracksHeart tissue samples are prepared at Stanford University for launch to the International Space Station. Photo courtesy of Stanford UniversityHeart tissue samples...

December 4, 2020
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OneWeb's satellite plant returns to full-scale production

OneWeb's satellite plant returns to full-scale production

Technicians prepare communications spacecraft for shipment to a launch site at OneWeb Satellites manufacturing plant near Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photo courtesy of Airbus/OneWeb SatellitesCommunications spacecraft are lined up in preparation for shipment to a launch site at OneWeb Satellites manufacturing plant near Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photo courtesy of Airbus/OneWeb SatellitesCommunication spacecraft are lined up in preparation for shipment to a launch site at OneWeb Satellites manufacturing plant near Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photo courtesy of Airbus/OneWeb...

December 1, 2020
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Arecibo Observatory seeks $10.5M for cable repairs after accident

Arecibo Observatory seeks $10.5M for cable repairs after accident

The Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, the most powerful single-dish radio telescope in the world, was damaged Aug. 10 when an auxiliary cable that supports the suspended platform broke. Photo courtesy of the University of Central FloridaA cable tower at Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico illustrates the lofty heights of the facility, which on Aug. 10 suffered damage when an auxiliary cable broke. File Photo by Paul Brinkmann/UPIThe Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, the most powerful single-dish radio telescope in the world, was damaged Aug. 10 when an auxiliary cable that supports the...

November 2, 2020
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NASA funds Nokia plan to provide cellular service on moon

NASA funds Nokia plan to provide cellular service on moon

This is an artist's conception of a lunar lander operated by Vodafone and Nokia that would bring 4G cellular communications and robotic rovers to the moon. Image courtesy of VodafoneThe Apollo 17 Lunar Roving Vehicle remained on the moon's surface and could be checked by robotic rovers proposed by Vodafone and Nokia. Photo courtesy of NASANASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, shown as he testified before a Senate committee hearing in September, announced $370 million in new contracts Wednesday related to upcoming lunar missions. Pool Photo by Graeme Jennings/UPI |NASA will fund a project by...

October 15, 2020
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