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SpaceX wants to try recycling more of Falcon 9 rocket

Remote sound-triggered cameras around launch pad 39A captured stunning views of Thursday evening's launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on the first reflight of an orbital-class booster. And reused rockets will be a part of the maiden launch of SpaceX's long-awaited Falcon Heavy, a supersized rocket that's essentially three Falcon 9 rockets strapped together.

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The April Fools' Day Comet Is Coming… But No Need To Worry

April Fool's Day will be full of pranks and practical jokes, and one (very real) comet. While most of us will be busy covering toilet seats with plastic wrap and filling donut boxes with vegetables this Saturday, a comet known as the 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresák will flly the closest to Earth it's ever been.

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Manatees taken off U.S. endangered list, conservationists cry foul

Through careful management of the manatee and its habitat, both the FWS and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission have helped the animals' population rebound. Fish and Wildlife officials listed boat collisions and fragmenting habitat as ongoing problems affecting manatees, along with climate change and algae blooms in Florida waters.

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Peggy Whitson set to break Sunita Williams' spacewalk record

Whitson and Kimbrough had cameras strapped to their helmets to document their work on the livestream as the space station drifted over South Africa, then India. On April 24, she will break another record - this time for the most cumulative days in space by an American - when she passes 534 in orbit, longer than current title holder Jeff Williams.

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Donald Trump and Chris Christie led a roundtable on opioid abuse

It must issue a report containing its final findings and recommendations by October 1, the order states. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, who attended the White House meeting, praised Trump for convening the commission, contending that it's "a productive first step to better serve those suffering from addiction and the victims impacted by this crisis".

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General Motors Rejects Activist Investor's Proposal For Dual-class Stock Structure

The New York-based hedge fund intends to submit the non-binding plan at the GM annual shareholders' meeting later this year, where it will also nominate four candidates for GM's board. Investors with a bullish thesis on major automakers General Motors (NYSE: GM) and Ford Motor Company have been proven correct as record profits have flowed in over the past couple of years.