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Watch Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin perform a risky rocket test during the company’s first live webcast Sunday – Mashable

Mashable Watch Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin perform a risky rocket test during the company's first live webcast SundayMashableOn Sunday, the Jeff Bezos-backed spaceflight company Blue Origin will air a test launch of their space system live for the first time online. This will mark the fourth time this particular New Shepard rocket and capsule have flown a test flight. SEE …Jeff Bezos... 

‘Moonshot for aviation’: NASA plans test plane that flies on electricity – The Seattle Times

The Seattle Times 'Moonshot for aviation': NASA plans test plane that flies on electricityThe Seattle TimesAn artist's concept of NASA's X-57 Maxwell aircraft showing the plane's 14 electric motors. (NASA LANGLEY/ADVANCED CONCEPTS L/NYT). The X-57 will look like a Cessna, and its cruising speed might hit 175 mph. Its wings will be unique: far skinnier than …NASA... 

NASA is testing an experimental hybrid X-plane with 14 electric motors – The Verge

The Verge NASA is testing an experimental hybrid X-plane with 14 electric motorsThe VergeNASA is still testing wild new wing technologies to improve energy efficiency in flight. The agency announced yesterday that it is conducting research on a unique wing design that uses 14 electric motors. The experimental aircraft it's designing is …NASA Unveils Plans for Electric-Powered PlaneNew... 

Jeff Bezos finds the perfect Father’s Day gift: A New Shepard launch – Ars Technica

Ars Technica Jeff Bezos finds the perfect Father's Day gift: A New Shepard launchArs TechnicaOn Sunday morning, Blue Origin plans to continue pushing the capabilities of its New Shepard launch system, as well as the boundaries of the company's own transparency. The company conducted the first two flights of New Shepard, which consists of a …Here's how to watch a Blue Origin... 

Three International Space Station astronauts land in Kazakhstan – Phys.Org

Phys.Org Three International Space Station astronauts land in KazakhstanPhys.OrgMember of the International Space Station (ISS) crew Britain's Tim Peake gestures shortly after landing near the town of Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan, Saturday, June 18, 2016. A three-person crew from the International Space Station has landed …more.Soyuz capsule brings three space station fliers back to EarthCBS... 
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