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Elon Musk deconstructs Tesla's production ramp schedules

22nd February 2019 by Kyle Field Elon Musk recently went into the ARK Invest podcast "For Your Innovation," in which he talked about Tesla's advances in the development of autonomous vehicles and the company's production rates rise for model 3 and beyond. His comments highlight his assessment of the company's progress with the production ramp of Model 3 compared to …

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Blue Origin schedules suborbital launch for Tuesday – Spaceflight Now

<img src = "data: image / gif; base64, R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAP /// yH5BAEAAAAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" class = "lazy lazy-hidden" data-lazy-type = "iframe" data-lazy-src = "" alt = "" /> New Shepard booster from West Texas on Tuesday, giving nine NASA sponsored research and technology experiments on a ride to space aboard the reusable single-stage rocket. Liftoff is set for 8:30 am CST (9:30 am …

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CBS schedules winter premiere dates; "Murphy Brown", "Happy Together" receive no additional consequences

CBS announced its winter premiere dates on Wednesday, with neither the revival of "Murphy Brown" nor the freshman comedy "Happy Together" receiving orders for more episodes. According to one person with knowledge of the situation, the sitcom revival It has always been intended to be an event with 13 episodes, rather than an ongoing continuation of the series. However, "Murphy …

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Station crew on a busy schedule as commercial crew schedules increase – Spaceflight Now

HISTORY FOR CBS MESSAGES WRITTEN The entire six-person crew of Expedition 56 gathers in the dome, the "window to the world" of the International Space Station, for a team portrait. In the front row, from the left, are NASA astronauts Serena Auñon-Chancellor, Commander Drew Fuestel and Ricky Arnold. Behind them, from the left, are cosmonauts Roskosmos Sergey Prokopyev and Oleg …

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The US changed its B-52 bomber schedules to avoid the Korean Peninsula

In the US Air Force Fleet B-52 Stratofortress – The first versions of this heavy-duty long-range bomber flew in 1954. A total of 744 units were built, the last of which in 1962. The Air Force maintains 58 B-52s in the active and 18 in reserve. A single B-52 can carry 70,000 pounds of mixed ammunition, including bombs, rockets, and …

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NBA Playoff Previews: Matchups, Schedules, Series Views

CLOSE The NBA regular season 2017-18 is over. Here is a look at the teams facing each other in the first round of the playoffs. USA TODAY Sports Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James reacts after a basket in the fourth quarter against the Indiana Pacers. (Photo: David Richard, USA TODAY Sports) If the playoffs have something to do with the …

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