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See how a Bugatti Chiron finds its speed limit on a former Space Shuttle runway

A video posted on the Johnny Böhmer Proving Grounds YouTube channel shows a small crew testing the top speed of the 1,500-hp Bugatti Chiron. The facility was once a Space Shuttle program on Merritt Island, Florida, but now the 3.2-mile runway has been redesigned to allow supersports to move freely in a controlled environment. Like its Veyron predecessor, the Bugatti …

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Space Shuttle Astronaut says he thought he saw an alien in the hold – BGR

NASA astronauts are usually quite dismissive of conspiracy theorists who claim extraterrestrials hang around on Earth. You see a lot of weird things when you're in space, and not everything is easy to explain, but educated scientists are usually quite skeptical and rarely jump to conclusions. That's what makes new claims of former NASA Space Shuttle astronaut Leland Melvin so …

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What a fight between the space shuttle and China would look like

Billions of debris flying through space, lasers drilling holes in the atmosphere, and space robots steering satellites into fiery reentry … welcome to the space shuttle against China. The Raven allows relatively easy and precise control in space. (NASA) The US could turn to systems such as the Raven, a NASA program that enables automated satellite-to-satellite links to position and …

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Astronaut ordered pizza from Space Shuttle to eat when he landed

Massimino, who traveled with two different Space Shuttle missions (in 2002 and 2009), explained that astronauts love the pizza so much that NASA recently developed non-stop pizza kits. However, he also expressed his skepticism about the stuff and questioned how it could ever claim alongside the freshly baked version we're used to, according to a report by Space.com. Who knows, …

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The astronaut Don Peterson, who completed the first shuttle spacewalk, is dead at the age of 84

<img src = "http://a57.foxnews.com/images.foxnews.com/content/fox-news/science/2018/05/29/astronaut-don-peterson-who-performed-first- shuttle-spacewalk-dead-at-84 / _jcr_content / par / featured_image / media-0.img.jpg / 931/524 / 1527603946536.jpg? ve = 1 & tl = 1 & text = big-top-image "alt =" STS-6 Crew members Don Peterson (right) and Story Musgrave perform the first shuttle spacewalk outside Challenger in 1983. (19659002) STS-6 crewmembers Don Peterson (right) and Story Musgrave join the first …

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Apple's self-propelled shuttle project to use VW transporters after fruitless negotiations with BMW, others [u]

Apple has reportedly signed a deal with Volkswagen after trying to communicate with major automakers about an ambitious electric vehicle project, Sources Relating to the Issue The New York Times reports that the remains of Apple's self-driving auto team with Volkswagen are rumored on a previously rumored one autonomous shuttle work operation. Apple is reported to use Volkswagen's T6 Transporter …

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Astronaut Hall of Fame adds Space Shuttle Commander and Spacewalker

23rd April 2018 – Scott Altman and Thomas Jones are no strangers if you count their names among the stars. The two NASA veterans were the 96th and 97th Space Explorers to enter the US Astronaut Hall of Fame during a public launch ceremony on Saturday (April 21) under the Atlantis Space Shuttle at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex …

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Lego Bat-Space Shuttle is a fun way to mark NASA STS-1 Anniversary

Be honest, space fans. You love space Lego sets. And I bet many of you love Batman as well. So, was I excited when a Bat Space Shuttle appeared in "The Lego Batman Movie" last year? Yes. Yes, I was. I mean, Holy Bat-shuttles, Batman! The Dark Knight has his own space program? While NASA celebrates the 37th anniversary of …

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