• July 16, 2024

Virgin Galactic Unveils Interiors Of Gateway To Space Building

Spaceflight company Virgin Galactic has recently unveiled the interiors of the region where tourists for flights into space will prepare themselves. The structure referred to as “Gateway to Space” is located within Spaceport America and it contains regions wherein passengers will put on necessary gear for space flights along with sector for mission control. The…

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NASA To Review ISS National Lab To Ensure Alignment With Its Missions

NASA has plans to review the NPO which runs a small portion of ISS operations at its national laboratory. It has also called for the organization to take a strategic break for a while. NASA’s Bridenstine supported reviewing the organization known as CASIS. In 2018, it rebranded itself with a new name – The ISS…

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Auto Manufacturers Are Curtailing Production Owing To Weak Market

The General Motors have planned to cut down their production of Chevrolet Equinox SUV at two of their North American plants following the announcement of cuts by Honda, Ford as well as other manufacturers. The automakers have been facing the second downfall in the market since the Great Recession. Planners and analysts have said that…

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Demand For Old 737 Shoot Up As The Max 737 Remains Grounded

Old Boeing jets are gaining demand as the grounding of Max 737 planes have entered sixth month. The rental rates have increased as the airlines are turning to old jets to help meet the growing demand. Phil Seymour, the CEO of IBA, which is an aerospace consulting company based in London said that the older…

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FDA Gives A Nod To Descovy, A Combination Of Drug To Prevent HIV

Gilead Sciences Inc’s Descovy has been approved by FDA on Wednesday. It is a combination drug used to reduce the risks of HIV in men and in transgender women having sex with men. Descovy is the combination of tenofovir alafenamide and emtricitabine and has been approved for the treatment of chronic HIV. To assess Descovy’s…

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Drinking More Coffee Could Spike Up Migraine Risk, Study Suggests

A recent study has suggested that increasing the intake of coffee or similar caffeinated beverages can increase the risk of migraine in people who are prone to the disease. As per the study published by the Harvard researchers in The American Journal of Medicine, a person who normally takes one or two cups of coffee,…

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Sterigenics Proposal To Cut Toxic Pollution At Its Plant Gets State’s Nod

Proposal by Sterigenics a medical device sterilizing firm to cut down pollution at its facility located in Smyrna received swift approval by state regulators. The firm has been at the forefront of local protests after residents learnt that it uses cancer causing gas ethylene oxide (EO) during sterilization process. The firm has since submitted an…

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Workers Demand Their Share As Corporate Profits Soar

Ever since the United States stood up from the ruins of economic recession, quite several industries, including the automobile and airlines industries have been enjoying an unabated spell of profit. The airlines industry in the United States has always enjoyed a healthy reputation in the world for its prosperity, and for the number of bust…

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Thousands Of Pentagon Nominations Moved, Thanks To Inhofe

Chairman for Senate Armed Services Committee informed that several nominations from Pentagon have passed through the committee. Once the chairman comes back from the summer recess in September, there will be more nominations that need to be considered. Last month the Senate declared Mark Esper to be the Defense Secretary and David Norquist to be…

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France Follows Trump’s Footsteps; Wants To Create Its Own ‘Space Force’

The French government seems to be inspired by the US government’s decision of having its own Space Force. France has already started its groundwork to create its own version of a Space Force. Last month Emmanuel Macron, President of France informed that French air force will be building a new Team. This team will be…

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Align Tech Stock Dips 25%, Profits Hurt By Slowing Braces Demand In China

The current slump in China’s economy is hurting multiple sectors everywhere, from big technology companies to manufacturing firms. Dental equipment firms have been hit now as well. Align Technology, who is the maker of Invisalign braces, a popular brand, issued profit warnings on Wednesday night after it released its latest earnings and sales figures. Align…

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US Govt. jacks Up Permanent Residency Investment To Almost Double

Recently, the government of America has made it costlier for immigrants to acquire permanent residence in the country. As per the rules which were published by Homeland Security of the US on Wednesday, immigrants have to shed near about $900,000 to get EB-5 visa. Previously, the cost was just $500,000. After the news, real estate…

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