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  • Air Force certifies SpaceX Falcon 9 flights

    Air Force certifies SpaceX Falcon 9 flights
    In a move that could shake up the spaceflight business, Hawthorne rocket company SpaceX has passed a key milestone toward its goal to launch the U.S. government's most sophisticated national security satellites. The upstart firm said Friday that the Air...
  • 'Anti-gravity' treadmill speeds healing at Good Shepherd, LVH

    Popular legend has it that household products like frying pans coated in Teflon and the drink mix Tang were created by NASA scientists. (They weren't.) However, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation and Lehigh Valley Health networks have landed a product that is...
  • Nuclear expansion right move for the climate, world

    In the 1970s, scientists discovered that chemicals called chlorofluorocarbons were being spewed into the atmosphere. To their shock, they found that the chemicals — then common in refrigerators, air conditioners and hair sprays — were...
  • Antares rocket makes successful launch from Wallops Island

    Antares rocket makes successful launch from Wallops Island
    NASA fans got an eyeful Sunday as the Antares rocket successfully vaulted a cargo spacecraft toward the International Space Station. Orbital Science Corp.'s booster blasted off from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport on the Eastern Shore at 12:52 p.m....
  • Supermoon wows sky-watchers around the world

    Supermoon wows sky-watchers around the world
    A "supermoon" rose above cities from Los Angeles to London on Saturday night, the first of three times this year the full moon will orbit nearer the earth and appear unusually large and bright. The supermoon is technically known as a "perigee moon"...
  • Antares set to launch again from Wallops Island

    Antares set to launch again from Wallops Island
    If the weather gods cooperate and no boaters wander into the hazard zone off Wallops Island, Hampton Roads will get an eyeful Sunday as the Antares rocket vaults a cargo spacecraft toward the International Space Station. Orbital Science Corp.'s...
  • Antares: A launch at last from Wallops Island

    Antares: A launch at last from Wallops Island
    A launch at last. After more than two months of delays, and with the gray Atlantic lapping at the beach just a few yards off, the Antares rocket blasted off from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport on Wallops Island at 12:52 p.m. on the dot Sunday,...
  • UCF sinkhole simulation may lead to early detection

    UCF sinkhole simulation may lead to early detection
    Does the Earth's belly growl with clues about its hunger for a gulp of the ground we live on? A UCF graduate student thinks there are observable signals from an emerging sinkhole before the soil suddenly begins to sag, or even before a house is built on...
  • Keurig leases storage site in Suffolk

    Keurig leases storage site in Suffolk
    Learn about the latest lease transactions, and possible new businesses, reported by Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer. Keurig Green Mountain leased 17,000 square feet of industrial storage space in the Ark Group Building at 1010 Obici Industrial Blvd....
  • Preschoolers experience astronaut's life through new exhibit at Virginia Air & Space Center

    Preschoolers experience astronaut's life through new exhibit at Virginia Air &  Space Center
    "Mission Control" is calling all toddlers at the Virginia Air & Space Center in Hampton. "Space Racers," the newest permanent exhibit at the space center, caters to the preschool set, a direct response to visitor suggestions, said Megan Steele, a...
  • Winter Park grad rowing across the ocean in Great Pacific Race

    Winter Park grad rowing across the ocean in Great Pacific Race
    Imagine climbing aboard a skinny, 30-foot boat with no sails, no motor and three people you sort of know and rowing from the coast of California to Hawaii — about 2,400 miles if you go straight, which you won't. It's called the Great Pacific Race,...