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Jun 19, 2022

Nuke Drives for Space Wars

Posted by in categories: habitats, nuclear energy, space travel

DARPA’s DRACO Nuclear Powered spaceship is a potential game changer. Lean how and why the Space Force and NASA may use Nuclear Thermal Rockets (NTRs). Will it revolutionize space for better or for worse? Please Subscribe to my Channel for more space news.

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Jun 19, 2022

Elon Musk, SpaceX And Tesla Sued For $258 Billion In Alleged Dogecoin ‘Pyramid Scheme’

Posted by in categories: cryptocurrencies, Elon Musk, space travel, sustainability

Plaintiff Keith Johnson seeks a class-action suit against Musk, SpaceX and Tesla.

Jun 18, 2022

SpaceX fires at least five workers while Elon Musk touts freedom of speech

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, space travel

Jun 18, 2022

SpaceX Denied — No KSC Starship Launches

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See why NASA KSC denied SpaceX Starship from KSC. What does this mean for SpaceX’s future?

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Jun 16, 2022

Elon Musk says Starship will be ‘ready to fly’ into Earth orbit next month

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But is it worth it?Starship’s road to launch has been one of soaring highs and dramatic explosions tempered by grinding regulatory procedures.


Elon Musk has announced that SpaceX’s Starship will make its first flight into orbit in July of this year. And this means the wait is nearly over.

Jun 16, 2022

FIRST LOOK: Deep Space Launch Complex NOW OPEN at Kennedy Space Center

Posted by in category: space travel

Kennedy Space Center’s newest attraction officially opened on June 15th – Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex is the “spaceport of the future”, where you can experience the “interstellar travel of tomorrow”.

The new complex features a showcase of NASA and their commercial partners’ spacecraft hardware including flight-flown artifacts, immersive, interactive displays and games, and a headlining attraction offering four different simulated journeys through space.

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Jun 15, 2022

Germany’s NEW Warp Drive Engine SHOCKS The Entire Space Industry!

Posted by in category: space travel

Until now, the ability to travel faster than the speed of light has only been seen in Sci-Fi movies. What if we can actually make that a reality!

If we ever hope to visit other parts of our galaxy, we’ll have to travel at speeds we’ve never imagined.

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Jun 15, 2022

Vulcan vs. Atlas V: Specs, launch history, Ukraine conflict, cost, and more

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The Vulcan will replace the Atlas V — ending an unexpected geopolitical volleyball.


The Vulcan rocket will launch in late 2022 on a flight to the Moon. The Vulcan replaces the United Launch Alliance’s Atlas V and its problematic RD-180 engines.

Jun 15, 2022

NASA Afraid SpaceX’s Rocket Will Explode and Blow Up Other Stuff Near It

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NASA really doesn’t want SpaceX’s Starship to blow up on the launch pad at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Reuters reports — a potential disaster so severe it could cut off the United States from accessing the International Space Station.

The facilities in question, Launch Complex 39A, served as NASA’s “Moonport” to deliver astronauts to the lunar surface during the Apollo program. Now, it’s the only launch pad capable of sending astronauts to the ISS — on board SpaceX’s much smaller Crew Dragon spacecraft — from US soil.

Now, SpaceX wants to pick up where NASA left off in the 1970s and return astronauts to the Moon in the upcoming years with its nearly 400-feet-tall Starship and Super Heavy booster stack. But the risk catastrophe, it terms out, is palpable.

Jun 14, 2022

FAA requires SpaceX to make environmental adjustments to move forward with its Starship program in Texas

Posted by in categories: education, space travel

FAA to require SpaceX to write a report of the events of the Mexican and Civil Wars.

If people are wondering why the USA rarely has big construction projects anymore, the FAA is requiring that SpaceX write a report of the events of the Mexican and Civil Wars.

From the text: “The company will also contribute to local education and preservation efforts — including preparing a historical context report of the events of the Mexican War and the Civil War that took place in the area as well as replacing missing ornaments on a local historical marker.”

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