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The Israeli military seizes control of the Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt amid talks of a cease-fire. The Morning Rundown™

Israel takes control of Rafah border crossing amid cease-fire talks

The Israeli military seized control of the Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt amid talks of a cease-fire. Boeing faces another delay after its Starliner’s mission to space was scrubbed at the last minute. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Tuesday, May 7, 2024. Israel takes control of Rafah border crossing amid…

NASA astronauts will pilot Boeing's Starliner on its maiden crewed mission to the International Space Station.

Boeing Starliner looks for successful launch after years of delay

NASA astronauts are set to test-drive Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft during its first manned mission to the International Space Station on Monday, May 6, after a decade of mechanical challenges. The CST-100 Starliner test mission, long delayed and over $1 billion over budget, will carry two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station in its final test before regular missions…

NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft resumes sending data after a computer chip malfunction, with adjustments sent across 15 billion miles of space.

Voyager 1 sending data to Earth for first time in five months

After five months, NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft has resumed sending back data on its onboard systems for the first time since November. Engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory identified and addressed a malfunction in one of Voyager 1’s onboard computer chips that disrupted data transmission. “Voyager 1 stopped sending readable science and engineering data back to Earth on Nov. 14,…

NASA is bringing back its worm logo as a space craze is revitalized around the world, with interest in space exploration growing.

NASA worm returns as interest in space grows around the world

NASA’s logo from the ’50s to today have switched multiple times. First it was the meatball, then the worm, then back to the meatball, and now it’s both the meatball and the worm. The return of the worm comes as more countries and companies revive a space craze. “It’s become a cult thing with a…

Are Elon Musk's X posts hurting Tesla, his most prized company? The percentage of people who would consider buying a Tesla is now cut in half.

‘The reason is Elon’: Tesla investor blames poor sales on Musk’s X posts

Elon Musk has been described as ingenious, unorthodox and eccentric. The bold things he has done in life have propelled him and his companies to where they are today. But are his antics now hurting his most prized accomplishment, Tesla? Tesla shares are down more than 30% this year and the company just had a very disappointing…

A total solar eclipse is coming to America in April 2024, and Indianapolis is looking to be the eclipse capital of the Midwest.

Total solar eclipse means big business for US with Indy racing to be top spot

Indianapolis, Indiana, is known for many things: the Indy 500, being the birthplace of actor Brendan Fraser and talk show host David Letterman, and the home of the Peyton Manning-led Super Bowl XVI champion Colts. But now the town whose nicknames include Circle City and the Crossroads of America is seeking a new title: the…

In this episode of Weapons and Warfare, host Ryan Robertson talks to experts about what Russia's plans are in space.

Russia’s nuclear intentions up in space: Weapons and Warfare

In this episode of Weapons and Warfare, we take a deeper look at Russia and its nuclear ambitions in space. Host Ryan Robertson visits with three experts for their insights on what’s possible and likely when it comes to Russia and its nuclear capabilities in space.  Also featured in this episode: You can subscribe to…

The Dwight D. Opperman Foundation has canceled its Ruth Bader Ginsburg Leadership Award gala after controversy and objections from Ginsburg's family and previous award recipient Barbra Streisand over this year's choices of recipients.

RBG Award gala canceled, organizers face backlash over 2024 honorees

The Dwight D. Opperman Foundation has canceled its Ruth Bader Ginsburg Leadership Award gala after controversy and objections from Ginsburg’s family and previous award recipient Barbra Streisand over this year’s choices of recipients. The debate began when the foundation named the 2024 honorees, marking the first year men were included among the awardees in a…

A SpaceX launch and flight proved to be visible from California to Arizona on March 18 as a Starlink mission was successfully completed.

Stargazers reported a bright streak in the sky — it was SpaceX’s Falcon 9

A luminescent streak across the night sky reportedly prompted several concerned viewers to call into a local Tucson news station. Reports of the sightings came in from southern California to parts of Arizona on Monday, March 18. However, what caused the streak was not a UFO but rather the SpaceX Starlink Falcon 9 Rocket that…

SpaceX and the European Space Agency recently signed an agreement for two launches next year, each carrying two Galileo satellites, Javier Benedicto, the agency's director of navigation said. The agreement calls for the satellites to be launched on SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket from the U.S., he added.

China claims US is threatening global security amid ‘spy satellites’ report

China is accusing the United States of threatening global security over a reported development of spy satellites. The criticism from Beijing comes days after Reuters reported that Elon Musk’s company, SpaceX, is building surveillance satellites for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). According to Reuters, the classified contract is worth $1.8 billion. The People’s Liberation…

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