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NASA could expand space station stays to hedge commercial crew delays – Spaceflight Now

File photo of Acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot. Source: NASA / Aubrey Gemignani NASA is working with the Russian Space Agency to extend the crew on the International Space Station, the agency's deputy administrator said last week as a cushion against the expected delays in the development of Boeing's commercial capsules SpaceX Robert Lightfoot, who has been in charge of …

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Blue Origin attempts to obtain US military funding

Blue Origin filed a motion last year to obtain funding from the US Air Force for its new orbital class rockets. The company will compete against United Launch Alliance, Orbital ATK and SpaceX. The proposal also requires that the New Glenn missile be certified by the US Air Force for national security missions. The United Launch Alliance, in an earlier …

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"Giant's Causeway" Mysterious Irish rock structure was formed by ancient volcanoes

On the coast of Northern Ireland is an extensive polygonal rock column known as Giant's Causeway. The natural formation has been the center of myths and geological research for years, but now a new study clarifies the protocol and finally explains how the Giant's Causeway came about. The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Liverpool, was published in …

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Alien Alert: NASA ISS Live Camera Detects Alien Spaceships Via Space Station | Watch video

A video taken on Friday by NASA's International Space Station (ISS) has detected a nearly 300-meter-long alien ship flying alongside a space station. The object lurking behind the ISS emerges as three sparkling lights on a triangular shape that expands into a globular object before slowly merging into darkness. The new video was shared on April 13 on the popular …

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Road Closures, escort route announced for Officer Gannon's Wake & Funeral

YARMOUTH – The following preparations for the escort of the killed Yarmouth Police Officer Sean Gannon's corpse to St. Pius X Church and the related road closures were announced by the Yarmouth Police. At about 1pm on Tuesday, April 17, 2018, Officer Gannon will be accompanied by Doane Beal and Ames Funeral Home, where he will rest in Hyannis at …

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Mass extinctions led to an explosion of dinosaurs, making them the dominant species on Earth

Dinosaurs went back with a bang and it turned out they also emerged with a bang. Dinosaurs exploded after mass extinction, allowing them to become the dominant species on Earth. ( Davide Bonadonna ) Scientists have conducted research showing how dinosaurs became the dominant species on Earth. The rise of the dinosaurs is associated with two different events, including the …

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