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“An Astronaut’s Guide To Life On Earth” By Chris Hadfield Review

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“An Astronaut’s Guide To Life On Earth” is written by Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield telling the story of how he achieved his dreams, at least on the surface of the book’s story it is. It is full of technology and space history feats and details as well as Chris’s personal challenges throughout his career. However where it really shines is Read the rest of this entry

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SpaceX To Launch CRS-6 On April 13th And Attempt Secondary Booster Landing [Updated]

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SpaceX is set to launch another Falcon 9 rocket but this time it will be carrying the Dragon spacecraft which will detach and proceed to dock with the ISS just two days (April 15th) after it’s launch.¬†CRS-6 or Commercial Resupply Services 6, will provide Read the rest of this entry

SpaceX Falcon 9 DSCOVR Mission Scrub

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SpaceX’s newest project set to launch is the Falcon 9 rocket carrying the DSCOVR satellite. This satellite in partnership with NASA and NOAA will¬†maintain real-time solar wind measurements. Without this satellite major space storms and events have the chance of going unnoticed and could cause disruptions in power grids, GPS, and cellular receivers. Obviously this is a very important mission and is being handled with care. Read the rest of this entry