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NASA Administration Remembers John Young After His Death

NASA Administration Remembers John Young After His Death

John Watts Young was one of the most experienced astronauts of the space agency who participated in the Gemini and Apollo programs. On January 6, 2018, his death was announced by the current NASA administrator, Robert Lightfoot. Young was 87 years old and died at home due to pneumonia complications. In today’s statement, Lightfoot remarked: […]

Puerto Rico Faces Devastation Caused by Hurricane [Video]

Puerto Rico Faces Devastation Caused by Hurricane [Video]

The Caribbean Island, Puerto Rico, struggled against Hurricane Maria, which shut down the lights over the country and left behind devastation and fatalities. Although the hurricane hit the island country yesterday, reports indicate there are still zones under possible flood warnings on Sept. 21, 2017. This hurricane is the strongest to hit Puerto Rico in more […]

North Korea Launched Another Missile Over Japan

North Korea Launched Another Missile Over Japan

A South Korea Chief of Staff has confirmed a new missile launch from Pyongyang on Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017, at 22:00 GMT. This becomes the second weapon North Korea fired over Japanese territory within a frame of a month. The part most affected by this threat was Hokkaido, Japan’s second largest island. It is located on the […]

Extreme Weather Has Extreme Consequences

Extreme Weather Has Extreme Consequences

The importance of the extreme weather and climate change have been the center of debate for many years. The world superpowers have worked on this matter to get an appropriate resolution. Are those efforts enough to detain the extreme weather? Although it is known how the mother nature can react, it seems the world has not reached bottom about this […]

Hurricane Irma Threatens Florida

Hurricane Irma Threatens Florida

The threat of the Hurricane Irma on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017, activated all alerts on the chain of islands that include the Leeward Islands, Puerto Rico, and throughout the Caribbean. It is already one of the most powerful ever recorded in the Atlantic with winds speed of 185 mph. The National Weather Service announced there is a […]

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