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SpaceX Successfully Launches Another Rocket

Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. successfully launched another reused rocket from Kennedy Space Center in Florida as it continues its mission to drive down flight costs through refurbishment and reusability. This Falcon 9 booster was first used for a cargo mission to the International Space Station in February. This marks SpaceX’s 18th rocket landing in the company’s history. The launch carried a high-powered communications satellite for customers EchoStar Corp. and SES SA to geostationary transfer orbit. The company’s main goal is to make spaceflight more accessible through reusability, bringing rockets back to Earth after multiple launches, refurbishing them and then launching again. SpaceX is

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Powers United VR: Marvel’s Universe to Arrive on Oculus Rift

In 2008, Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) debuted with Robert Downy Jr. playing the role of Tony Star / Iron Man. This action movie started a juggernaut series of movies which took home $11.76 billion after 16 movies. As 2018 will mark full decade of the movie, Oculus joined forces with Walt Disney Pictures and announced their first collaborative title, Powers United VR. This cooperative game puts players in the role of one of dozen heroes or anti-heroes, who must work together to defeat all the opponents in Arena-style levels. In their announcement, Oculus Studios stated the following: “Step inside the Marvel Universe and rage through epic

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Tonight’s Russian Space Rocket Launch Is Important – To Say The Least

After the maligned Space-X Falcon 9 rocket exploded mid-trip to outer space, the launch of the eight-ton Russian Progress M-28M later tonight will be a rather important one. The rocket is slated to take 3,071 pounds of food, medical supplies and hardware, around 900 pounds of water and and 1,146 pounds of propellant – much needed to fuel the International Space Station and its propulsion system. This would be a routine flight and nothing to get too excited about, but with the recent launch of the supply rocket for the ISS going wrong in more ways than one, this really is rather important. According to

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