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Fireball that ‘skimmed’ the North Carolina coast Friday was caught on video, NASA says

Yahoo Daily News 27 Sep 2021
NASA Meteor Watch said the fireball — which is an “exceptionally bright” meteor — “skimmed the coast of North Carolina” around 7.40 p.m. and became “visible 48 miles above the ocean off Camp Lejeune.” It was one of five fireballs reportedly seen over the United States that night, according to NASA.
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Fireball that 'skimmed' the North Carolina coast Friday was caught on video, NASA says

News & Record 27 Sep 2021
NASA Meteor Watch said the fireball — which is an "exceptionally bright" meteor — "skimmed the coast of North Carolina" around 7.40 p.m ... It was one of five fireballs reportedly seen over the United States that night, according to NASA. More than 100 people reported seeing the fireball over North Carolina, according to the American Meteor Society.
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To Infinity and Beyond: Get Ready for the First Israeli Space Tech Venture Capital

The Algemeiner 27 Sep 2021
i24 News - Two Israeli troops were reported lightly wounded following an incident near Joseph's Tomb close to the West... According to a NASA estimate, for every dollar the organization receives in government funding, it reportedly returns between $7-$21 back to the American public.
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NASA asked for a new bus to drive astronauts to their Moon rocket… but agency ...

Russia Today 26 Sep 2021
NASA’s attempt to find a replacement for its iconic Astrovan to drive astronauts to a new Moon rocket has opened a Pandora’s box as people began suggesting the most bizarre vehicles, and added Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk to the mix ... Also on rt.com Jeff Bezos offers NASA $2 billion to get moon mission contract he lost to Elon Musk.
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An alarm went off on SpaceX’s all-tourist flight — the problem was the toilet

Wtop 26 Sep 2021
ScottKiddPoteet, an Inspiration4 mission director who helped oversee the mission from the ground, tipped reporters off about the issue in an interview with CBS ... The feces collection process at the time, a NASA report later revealed, was an “extremely basic” plastic bag that was “taped to the buttocks.”.
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Mars probe records a big hour-and-a-half Martian quake

Mashable 25 Sep 2021
(Geologically.) NASA recently reported that its InSight lander — sent to observe geologic activity beneath the Martian surface — recorded one of its biggest quakes yet on Sept ... NASA said the event was "one of the biggest, longest-lasting marsquakes the mission has ever detected." ... NASA / JPL-Caltech.
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Blue Origin plans to blast William Shatner into space on its New Shepard rocket in ...

Business Insider 25 Sep 2021
Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic "Star Trek" actor William Shatner is reportedly going to space aboard a Blue Origin rocket. The 15-minute civilian flight is expected to take place in October, TMZ reported ... This was a reference to NASA's Artemis program, which aims to transport people to the moon in 2024, Space.com reported.
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An alarm went off on SpaceX's all-tourist space flight. The problem was the toilet

Henry Herald 25 Sep 2021
Scott "Kidd" Poteet, an Inspiration4 mission director who helped oversee the mission from the ground, tipped reporters off about the issue in an interview with CBS ... The feces collection process at the time, a NASA report later revealed, was an "extremely basic" plastic bag that was "taped to the buttocks.".
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NASA predicts giant asteroid could hit Earth in 2182

CNBC 25 Sep 2021
CNBC's Shep Smith reports that NASA is warning an asteroid could hit the Earth in 161 years. With Dante Lauretta, Osiris-Rex mission principle investigator ... .
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NASA's Space Launch System Just Came One Step Closer to Blast Off

Interesting Engineering 24 Sep 2021
NASA recently shared footage of the for this massive rocket that was conducted inside High Bay 3 at the Kennedy Space Center ... Previous NASA rocket launches have used pyrotechnic separation systems ... Apart from the ASEU, all other umbilicals were tested during the URRT, NASA Spaceflight reported.
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Why Science Is Losing to … Authoritarian Mass Murderers

The Liberty Beacon 24 Sep 2021
While denial describes a belief that persists even when evidence to the contrary is overwhelming, skepticism, as reported by NASA, “allows scientists to reach logical conclusions supported by evidence that has been examined and confirmed by others in the same field, even when that evidence does not confirm absolute certainty.” They continue.2.
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NASA's InSight lander records 3rd and most intense Marsquake

International Business Times 24 Sep 2021
On September 18, NASA's InSight lander detected one of the most powerful marsquakes ever recorded ... This occurred on the 1000th Martian day for NASA's Insight mission. Prior to this, two significant quakes of magnitude 4.2 and 4.1 were reported in August ... In 2018, NASA's InSight probe made contact with Mars ... Nasa.
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Arctic Ice Coverage Is Up Substantially

The American Spectator 24 Sep 2021
On the same day last year that the New York Times reported the annual low range of the Arctic ice cap in the print edition, the top story in the print edition ... NASA published a ... The NASA study contradicted the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s 2013 report, which stated.
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Why Science Is Losing to Authoritarian Mass Murderers

Mercola 24 Sep 2021
While denial describes a belief that persists even when evidence to the contrary is overwhelming, skepticism, as reported by NASA, “allows scientists to reach logical conclusions supported by evidence that has been examined and confirmed by others in the same field, even when that evidence does not confirm absolute certainty.” They continue.2.
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NASA says a ‘fireball’ was the cause of the loud ‘boom’ and shaking in Virginia

Penn Live 23 Sep 2021
NASA says the disruption was the result of a fireball exploding over the area, WHSV 3 reported ... A report by The Northern Virginia Daily, indicated that a post on NASA’s Facebook page, “NASA Meteor Watch” said “a strong fireball-like signature showed up on satellite mapping data at 10.24 a.m.
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