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Welcome to America’s Multi-User Spaceport

Welcome to America’s Multi-User Spaceport

“It’s great to be back at America’s Space Coast in this historic place with the men and women of the John F. Kennedy Space Center. And it’s here today in the 21st century, that the modern marvels that launched from these grounds prove that the public and private sectors are achieving far more together than we ever have apart. American businesses are developing new rockets, spaceships, satellites that are taking us further into space than ever before, and renewing our…

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I got to be weightless for 7.5 minutes

I got to be weightless for 7.5 minutes

I really want to go to space So I made my own Astronaut training program because nobody else would have me. I’m like a pet up for adoption, and I just decided to adopt myself. I’ve already made sure that I won’t throw up, and I won’t go crazy in confined spaces. But there’s still this thing weighing me down. The biggest downer on Planet Earth, freaking gravity. [Music] [Music] [Music] So we’ve rented a sensory deprivation tank. Basically it’s…

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Science Fiction’s Influence on UFO Pop Culture – Offworld Episode 29

Science Fiction’s Influence on UFO Pop Culture – Offworld Episode 29

welcome back to offer on the show where we talk about all things space exploration and pop culture I’m Ariel Waldman and I’m norm Chen I’ve got a classic science fiction film for you this week it’s Spielberg’s be second best well-known Close Encounters of the Third Kind yeah it’s I don’t know it’s delightful you know it’s delightful film in so much as you know it’s very much 1977 and it it’s a long film Scylla already elements it’s…

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Inside the risky venture of Spaceport America

Inside the risky venture of Spaceport America

(serene music) – [Reporter] Out in the hinterlands of New Mexico sit two very different oases in the desert. One is this, a glittering alien complex called Spaceport America. It claims to be the world’s first purpose built commercial spaceport. And as early as next year, the port could host its first batch of space tourists, wealthy thrill-seekers who will ride to the edge of space for $250,000 a pop. – We’re not just building a spaceship, we’re providing an…

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Lördagsintervju 8 – Tekn dr Lars Bern om det överdrivna klimathotet. (English Subtitles)

Lördagsintervju 8 – Tekn dr Lars Bern om det överdrivna klimathotet. (English Subtitles)

So this is a consciously political issue by those who operate the climate warnings, that it’s meant to be exaggerated. We hear it all the time, listen to Al Gore, one of the globlalists, George Soros, funded his 2006 film An Inconvenient Truth. There are no truths in it at all, it left us with lots of predictions about climate catastrophes that should have happened a long time ago. Everything was wrong and more likely it’s turned out the other…

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Asgardia – Space Nation

Asgardia – Space Nation

Scientists propose space nation named ‘Asgardia’ and cosmic shield to protect Earth from asteroids space nation, independent of countries on Earth, could be founded after a team of engineers, scientists and legal experts put forward proposals for an extra-terrestrial state. The project, which is led by Russian scientist Dr Igor Ashurbeyli, Chairman of UNESCOs Science of Space committee, aims to create an area in space which is beyond the control of individual nations. Under current space law, government’s must authorize…

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Why America still uses Fahrenheit

Why America still uses Fahrenheit

and… Alexa, what’s the weather today? with clear skies and sun. Today’s forecast has partly sunny weather with a high of 77°F and a low of 61°F. UHHHH… I still don’t understand the use of Fahrenheit. Virtually every country on earth uses Celsius to measure temperature. But the US still uses Fahrenheit. And for that reason, we —at Vox— often get comments like these. *Okay, we get it.* Besides the fact that the majority of the world uses it— the…

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The New Space Race to the Moon between NASA, SpaceX and Blue Origin

The New Space Race to the Moon between NASA, SpaceX and Blue Origin

Moon missions are becoming a bit like buses, it seems as though you wait the best part of 50 years for a return trip to the moon then within a matter of weeks, two turn up at once this is quickly turning into the new space race but this time it’s not between nation states but between private companies as Jeff Bezos the boss of Amazon and space company Blue Origin has said that they are looking to set up…

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