Category Archives: Science and Technology

STEM Student Experiments Win Flight Opportunity in NASA Tech Contest

STEM Student Experiments Win Flight Opportunity in NASA Tech Contest

NASA selected 57 winning teams in an inaugural nationwide challenge designed to attract, engage, and prepare future science, technology, engineering, and mathematics professionals. The winning teams of the NASA TechRise Student Challenge will gain real world STEM experience by building experiments that autonomously operate and collect data from the edge of space aboard a suborbital rocket or a high-altitude balloon.

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NASA Invites Media to Launch of New Mega-Moon Rocket and Spacecraft

NASA Invites Media to Launch of New Mega-Moon Rocket and Spacecraft

Media accreditation is now open for launch and prelaunch activities related to NASA’s Artemis I mission, the first mission in exploration systems built for crew that will travel around the Moon since Apollo. Approximately a week’s worth of events will lead up to the launch of the agency’s Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft, targeted for no earlier than March 2022 from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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First-Ever Fully-Autonomous Semi-Truck With No-Human On Board Traverses Arizona Highway [VIDEO]

First-Ever Fully-Autonomous Semi-Truck With No-Human On Board Traverses Arizona Highway [VIDEO]

In an industry that moves over 70% of U.S. freight by weight and labor and fuel costs are becoming more expensive, transportation companies are itching to swap human drivers for robot ones.  The latest example that automated semi-trucks could be available for commercial use in the next few years was the recent test by San Diego-based TuSimple. 

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Stunning: Facebook Court Filing Admits ‘Fact Checks’ Are Just A Matter Of ‘Protected’ Opinion [VIDEO]

Stunning: Facebook Court Filing Admits ‘Fact Checks’ Are Just A Matter Of ‘Protected’ Opinion [VIDEO]

In a bombshell admission made by the attorneys representing the corporation formerly known as Facebook, Inc., which has now transitioned into Meta Platforms, Inc., In a court filing responding to a lawsuit filed by John Stossel claiming that he was defamed by a “fact check” Facebook used to label a video by him as “misleading,” Meta’s attorneys assert that the “fact check” was an “opinion,” not an actual check of facts and declaration of facts.

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