SpaceX, TeleSat Canada bids get U.S. nod to expand satellite internet

WASHINGTON (Reuters - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously on Thursday to allow Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) Chief Executive Elon Musk’s Space X, Telesat Canada and two other companies to roll out...

Galaxy cluster shaped like Star Trek’s USS Enterprise found

It's great news for fans of Star Trek - astronomers have spotted the USS Enterprise.However, all is not as it seems - in fact, the strange image is a galaxy cluster 1.6 billion...

YouTube’s tech-noir series Origin is Lost… in space

A man wakes up abruptly, gasping in shock. He’s alone in an unexpected place. Something has clearly gone wrong with the trip he was on, but he won’t know just how...

Showcasing veteran voices | Penn Today

“Since I did not excel in high school, I assumed college was not for me,” sophomore James “J.D.” Goins says. But, while serving in the Air Force, his supervisors encouraged him to pursue academic...

China makes artificial sun BREAKTHROUGH in step towards limitless energy | Science | News

The Asian country’s Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (EAST) reactor in Hefei broke a new record in fusion technology as it reached temperatures six times higher than the sun. Nuclear fusion is a staggering...

Thousands gather to block London bridges in climate rebellion | Environment

Thousands of people have descended on central London for a “day of rebellion” in protest over the looming climate crisis. People began massing on five bridges over the River Thames from 10am on Saturday....

Charter school stresses science – Rocky Mount Telegram

North East Carolina Preparatory School is placing a greater emphasis on STEAM these days.“STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math — all the...

Concord hosts its second Science Bowl

Concord hosts its second Science Bowl  Bluefield Daily TelegraphFull coverage READ SOURCE

SEMO Giving Day Nov. 27 Aspires to Fund 12 Projects in 24 Hours

Southeast Missouri State University invites its students, alumni, friends, faculty and staff to support a project and help fill a need by participating in “SEMO Giving Day,” Nov. 27, in an effort to...

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