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SpaceX's Biggest Rocket Ever Has a New Date for its First Launch

On Wednesday, January 24, SpaceX announced that it has successfully test-fired the 27 Merlin engines of the Falcon Heavy rocket . SpaceX said on Twitter . The Falcon Heavy is essentially three smaller Falcon 9 rockets fastened together. Everybody is ready for the Falcon Heavy launch. "It was actually shockingly hard to go from a single-core to a triple-core vehicle".

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Super blue blood moon 2018: What exactly is the rare lunar event?

THE Sunshine Coast is about to bear witness to a one-in-150-year lunar event, as astronomical buffs across the world count down the hours and hope for clear weather ahead of the "super blue blood moon ". In the west coast, viewers can see the super blue blood moon between 6.21pm and 7.37pm IST. JOHNSTON: Pitts says science enthusiasts will also be treated to a blue moon , the second full moon in a single month.

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'Deeply respect' the people of Africa

The Associated Press is reporting that US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will also make an "extended visit" to the continent in March. The comment attributed to Trump was made earlier this month during a White House meeting with congressional leaders about reforming USA immigration law, particularly a federal program that promotes diversity among the country's immigrant population.

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Super blood moon to appear this week

For those in the Middle East, Asia, eastern Russia, Australia and New Zealand, the " super blue blood moon " can be seen during moonrise in the evening of the 31st. Lunar eclipses are visible from anywhere on earth that it's nighttime. N. Raghunandan Kumar, director of Planetary Society, said, "The moon goes around the Earth every month in an oval orbit, and it is far and near the Earth one time in a month".

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SpaceX static fire flight-proven booster for SES-16/GovSat1 mission

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tweeted the target date on Saturday, adding that there will be plenty of viewing opportunity for the public from the nearby causeway. He laid out the jaw-dropping plan in a series of tweets earlier this month. "I love the thought of a auto drifting apparently endlessly through space and perhaps being discovered by an alien race millions of years in the future", Musk wrote.

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Amtrak engineer says he didn't recall speed warning before curve, NTSB says

The passenger train carrying 83 passengers and crew was traveling almost 80 miles an hour when it went off the tracks on a curve where the speed limit was 30 miles an hour, landing on an interstate below. The two had never worked together before. The engineer told investigators that he didn't consider having a qualifying conductor in the cab to be a distraction.


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