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The launch site of Boca Chica receives a huge rocket fuel tank

The latest signs of activity at SpaceX's future launch site at Boca Chica Beach brought a 95,000 gallon liquid oxygen tank to the construction site via a flatbed trailer on Wednesday afternoon The massive "LOX" tank that can hold nearly as much like 20 tanker trucks, will be fully installed later this year. SpaceX spokesman Sean Pitt said it points …

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New artificial reef delpoyed in Bay County

BAY COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG / WECP) – Some local fish now have a new place to call home. Wednesday morning, the Bay County Artificial Reef Association has a retired Baltic shipbuilding bunker in the Gulf. Bay County has a five-year agreement with the Artificial Reef Association to work to improve local fishing and diving opportunities. Officials say this new reef …

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The nearby exoplanet Ross 128 b looks more and more like the bigger cousin on Earth

The discoveries of the exoplanets have been rapid and rapid for some years, thanks in particular to increasingly powerful telescope technology, which allows us to study the heavens more accurately than ever before. Many of the exoplanets observed by astronomers are very inhospitable because of their distance from their star or the chemical signatures we can see from a distance. …

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The SpaceX launch pad receives a huge rocket fuel tank

Contributed by STEVE CLARK Author Writer BROWNSVILLE – In the last signs of activity at SpaceX's future launch site in Boca Chica Beach, a 95,000-gallon liquid oxygen tank was delivered to the job site yesterday via a low loader. [19659004] The massive "LOX" tank, which can hold nearly 20 tankers, will be fully installed later this year. SpaceX spokesman Sean …

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Huge, newly discovered dinosaur was literally a big spinner

You stand 230 million years ago in a lush forest in today's Argentina. You are alone between the Triassic shrubs. Suddenly, an elephant-sized dinosaur comes through the overgrown forest. The dinosaur looks kind of familiar – sort of like a much smaller brachiosaurus – but it's definitely different. SEE ALSO: The true hero of "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" was this …

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Sharjah to perform "educational activities"

SHARJAH: The Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) has announced details of some of the emirate's key attractions that families can enjoy this summer, including a mix of entertainment, science, art and – above all – carefree fun. The activations fall under the season campaign of the Sharjah Trade and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) "Sharjah Summer". Al Qasba The summer …

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Delaware icebergs that jumped off Antarctica have stalled

Scientists following a massive iceberg that broke away from the Larsen C ice shelf in the Antarctic last year say dense ice has prevented it from floating far into the sea. An animation showing the movement of recent months The over a billion-ton iceberg A-68 has shifted as it is hit by ocean currents, tides and winds in the Weddell …

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NASA send astronaut for walkway via the Hudson program

POUGHKEEPSIE, NY – There will be additional Star Power at the next "Starwalk" event on the Walkway Over the Hudson. Senator Charles Schumer, D-NY, announced Tuesday that the National Aerospace Authority has agreed to send an astronaut to the "Starwalk" event on September 7. "A true hero, the presence of NASA astronauts will help the" Starwalk "program into a new …

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& ghost dunes & # 39; discovered on Mars | science

Mackenzie Day and David Catling / AGU By Frankie Schembri Jul. 11, 2018, 5:58 PM The newly spotted impressions of the croissant shape (marked with arrows above) on Mars give the scientists clues to the history of the Red Planet. The forms known as "ghost dunes" are the hardened imprints of ancient sand dunes that have arisen as lava or …

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