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SpaceX says that when all the components and tests have been completed, the rocket will carry the spacecraft above the Earth and then detach itself to fly back to Earth for inspection and refueling. The spacecraft will fire its engines and achieve Earth orbit. The president of SpaceX says that this might happen as early as 2020.
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Elon Musk has been in the news a lot lately for a variety of reasons. A lot of the stories have to do with his obsession to send astronauts to Mars. His company, SpaceX, is working on a new rocket dubbed that Big Falcon Rocket (BFR) which will figure in his plans for Mars missions.
Mr Obama. Why won't you just go away and let Presisent Trump have his turn. We let you have your turn. Now it is his turn. He has already done more for this country in his short time than you did in 8 years You Need to treat people the way you would like to be treated. I will pray. For you that you will let God change your heart I would like you to be saved in Heaven
Nuclear power is supported by a global network of companies supplying technology, services and fuel to the operators of nuclear power plants. When there are trade disputes between nations, sometimes this can have an effect on companies that run nuclear power plants in the U.S. Recently, the U.S. has been imposing tariffs on imports and has been hit with reciprocal tariffs on U.S. goods being exported.
The threat of nuclear war has been in the news a lot in the past few years. Russia has been rattling their nuclear saber by flying nuclear bombers over other countries and sailing nuclear subs into the territorial waters of other countries without permission. The Iran deal was supposed to prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons, but the U.S. pulled out of the deal.
Transatomic Power is an American company that was founded in 2011 by two MIT alumni. The goal of Transatomic was the creation of the Waste Annihilating Molten Salt Reactor (WAMSR). Its purpose was to digest spent nuclear fuel. It was also designed to burn either thorium or uranium as fuel.
Many areas hope to increase tourism in order to generate more revenue, but not Venice. Venice has plenty of tourists. Venice has so many tourists, in fact, that they are thinking about banning booze just to get rid of them. The problem, it should be noted, is not tourism itself, but the rowdy drunk tourists who act like fools in the streets and disrupt everybody's daily life.
It's a restaurant aptly named: Homer, a new Mediterranean restaurant on Beacon Hill, just enjoyed its grand opening. It's actually named after the owner's dog, but it works: Chef Logan Cox, former chef at Sitka and Spruce, features fresh, wood-fired veggies and meats worthy of its own saga. There's even a walk-up window for your convenience.
The UCSC McHenry Library is hosting a cool new exhibit on the Grateful Dead that fans are sure to want to see. It's called "Put Your Gold Money Where Your Love Is, Baby: Counterculture, Capitalism And The Grateful Dead." You can see the exhibit beginning October 2nd.
Humans might act like we have the right of way when it comes to the traffic of life, but we certainly weren't here first and just because we can flush a toilet doesn't mean we deserve real estate more than any other critter who walks, slithers or hops across the planet. The Supreme Court is about to hear a case not pushing for frog protection but for protections be revoked in Louisiana and Mississippi.
They were iconic well before they voiced characters on the show, and the loss of Adam West and Carrie Fisher struck the geek community hard. Losing Leia after discovering that she became a general and had much to teach us yet was especially difficult.