Man proposes to girlfriend from outer space using iPhone and GoPro – Daily Mail


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Man proposes to girlfriend from outer space using iPhone and GoPro
Daily Mail
I love you to the moon and back! Man proposes to his high school girlfriend from outer SPACE. Jason Hakala launched a weather balloon 90,000 feet in the air from a field outside Seattle; Attached to it was his iPhone, a GoPro camera and a GPS tracker ...

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Orion Passes Key NASA Flight Review – “GO” for Maiden Test Flight on Dec. 4 – Universe Today


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Orion Passes Key NASA Flight Review – “GO” for Maiden Test Flight on Dec. 4
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At NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the agency's Orion spacecraft pauses in front of the spaceport's iconic Vehicle Assembly Building as it is transported to Launch Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. After arrival at the launch pad, ...
US Navy ready to support EFT-1 Orion's splashdownNASASpaceflight.com

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NASA’s Innovative Ground Collision Avoidance System Could Save Hundreds … – CBS Local


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NASA's Innovative Ground Collision Avoidance System Could Save Hundreds ...
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EDWARDS< CALIF – NASA Project Manager Mark Skoog, chief engineer of the Auto-GCAS project, shares a simulated display of the Ground Collision Avoidance System with attendees of the FlyNASA Social at Armstrong Flight Research Center at Edwards ...

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Infographic: NASA’s Next Rocket – Nextgov (blog)

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For school project, next stop is outer space – MiamiHerald.com


For school project, next stop is outer space
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It looks like a green, high-tech coffee can with tape-measure arms and side solar panels. The contraption contains four separate circuit boards that will measure temperature, acceleration and magnetic fields. It was designed by a team of students at ...

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NASA’s (Un)Censored Moonwalkers – Popular Science


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NASA's (Un)Censored Moonwalkers
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A big part of going to the Moon was selling the program to the public. Not only was it important for NASA to gain support for the Apollo program, the agency stood to gain nothing by misrepresenting its missions to the taxpayers who were footing the ...

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