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Launch of Falcon Heavy Inspires Awe in MHS Students and Teachers

Launch of Falcon Heavy Inspires Awe in MHS Students and Teachers

By Evan Ruderman, Round Table executive producer

February 27, 2018

Filed under Broadcast, Featured, The Latest, Video

The recent launch of SpaceX's Heavy variant of their Falcon line of rockets solidified its position as the most powerful rocket since the 1960s. Middletown High School students and teachers spoke about the event and the significance they perceived surrounding the test launch.

SpaceX Shoots for the Stars

SpaceX Shoots for the Stars

By Ally Pick, Round Table reporter

May 12, 2017

Filed under News articles, Reaction articles, Reactions

SpaceX spacecraft company, founded by Elon Musk, plans to send two private citizens on a mission to circumnavigate the moon. This mission is set for the later part of 2018 and will be the first time that humans have traveled that deep in space in 45 years. Limited training for the two citizens will...

Orion vs. Dragon: The race is on

Orion vs. Dragon: The race is on

By Miles Bradford, Round Table Reporter

April 27, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Humans have been looking to the stars since they appeared on this great blue planet. Now top scientists and corporations are looking to Mars, the Red Planet, for colonization, and NASA and SpaceX are engaged in an epic face-off of scientific development in a new space race: the Mission to Mars. The...

Mars rock ‘Jake Matijevic’ proves a surprise, even to NASA

October 23, 2012

Filed under Off the Wire Archives, ZZ Archives

By Amy Hubbard Los Angeles Times (MCT) LOS ANGELES _ The more Curiosity gets to know Mars, the more it seems like a big red Earth. Curiosity recently examined what appeared to be an ancient riverbed and conglomerate rocks similar to those at home. Now comes "Jake Matijevic" _ a pyramid-shaped chun...

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