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Does Florida Power & Light really need to boost base rates $690 million a year? Opponents of the increase, including consumer groups and advocates, are gearing up to fight the proposal at hearings next month. They said FPL's annual profit increased...
Orlando Opinionators - Orlando SentinelIt was a year ago that NASA grounded space shuttles for good. It's not a happy anniversary for thousands of Space Coast workers, idled along with the program, who are still looking for jobs. It was high time to bid farewell to the costly, labor-...
The Write Stuff - Orlando SentinelMelbourne-based Craig Technologies and NASA have reached agreement on a deal that will allow the company to take possession of 1,600 pieces of machine shop and lab equipment used in the shuttle program and intends to use it to service private companies'...
The Write Stuff - Orlando SentinelMore than 450 guests at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida welcomed the arrival of the agency's first space-bound Orion spacecraft Monday, marking a major milestone in the construction of the vehicle that will carry astronauts farther into space...
Orlando SentinelIt’s been almost a year since NASA launched Atlantis on STS-135, the final mission of the 30-year space shuttle program. I was there on July 8, 2011 to photograph the launch and I wanted to share an image that has special meaning to me. This is...
Tags: Atlantis, Rocketry, Technology, NASA, Science and Technology
Los Angeles TimesAfter orbiting the Earth for more than 14 months on a top-secret mission, an experimental space drone landed Saturday on an airstrip at Vandenberg Air Force Base northwest of Santa Barbara. Air Force officials offered few details about the mission,...
Tags: Rocketry, The Pentagon, Technology, Satellite Technology, NASA
The Fitness Center - Orlando SentinelSo we've tried to make it easier for you by listing all the road races that we've found coming up in the Central Florida region....
SpaceX’s Dragon space capsule successfully splashed down in the Pacific Oceanon Thursday about 563 miles west of Baja California after spending nine days in outer space. The unmanned capsule hit the water at 8:42 a.m. PDT, marking the end of a...
CNNThe unmanned SpaceX Dragon capsule splashed down in the Pacific Ocean off Baja California on Thursday, completing the first commercial flight to the International Space Station, NASA and company controllers reported. The SpaceX Dragon capsule landed at...
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The SpaceX Dragon supply ship returned to Earth on Thursday, ending its revolutionary nine-day voyage to the International Space Station with an old-fashioned splashdown in the Pacific. The unmanned capsule parachuted...
The Write Stuff - Orlando SentinelThe final tricky step for the first private spacecraft to visit the International Space Station is next: coming back to Earth. NASA expects the SpaceX Dragon capsule, now fully loaded with return cargo, to disembark from the space station shortly after...
The Baltimore Sun's front page on July 22, 1959, carried the news accompanied by a six-column photo: The world's first nuclear-powered cargo ship had been launched at Camden, N.J. The christening of the $47 million N/S Savannah was bigger than news about...
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