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The US is sailing two ships across Taiwan Strait ahead of trade talks in Beijing

The US Navy destroyer, USS Curtis Wilbur, and USCGC Bertholf, an American Coast Guard, "conducted a routine cross-strait transit on March 24-25 (local time) in accordance with international law "said the Navy's seventh fleet in a statement. "The transit of ships across the Strait of Taiwan demonstrates the US commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific." Clay Doss, a Navy …

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US warships arouse Beijing with a sailing action in the South China Sea

The US Navy sent two destroyers with guided missiles to challenge China in the South China Sea, and Beijing is outraged. The Arleigh Burke class destroyers – USS Spruance and USS Preble – performed a free navigation operation on Monday, sailing within 12 nautical miles of Chinese outposts on the embattled Spratly Islands. The aim was to "challenge excessive maritime …

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One year after SpaceX's 1st Falcon Heavy Launch, Starman (and a Tesla) continue sailing

Elon Musk's car has been exploring the last frontier for a full year. On February 6, 2018, SpaceX's massive Falcon Heavy rocket launched its maiden flight, launching Musk's cherry-red Tesla Roadster and her mannequin driver Starman into orbit around the sun. The Roadster travels on an elliptical path behind Mars at the Apogee (the farthest point from the Sun) and …

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US warships sailing near disputed islands in the South China Sea: report

Conflict in the South China Sea Explained Tensions in the South China Sea are increasing as China develops rapidly man-made islands in the critical waterway. Fox News Explains the Conflict in the Region and Why the US Is Watching It Two US Navy warships reportedly sailed near the South China Sea islands claimed by China on Sunday. The deployment of …

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After the foggy departure, it is clear that we are sailing to Mars for InSight Lander – Spaceflight Now

A layer of fog at Vandenberg Air Force Base prevented nearby observers from seeing the launch of NASA's InSight mission to Mars, but more distant points had clear skies. In this long exposure photo taken in Ventura, California. Credit: William G. Hartenstein A Fiery Ascent into a Foggy Sky Saturdays over the California Central Coast, a United Launch Alliance Atlas …

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