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Reusable Launch Vehicle

by Prasad Ganti

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket was recently launched from Cape Canaveral. It was a routine launch on a routine mission except for a couple of differences, which are important steps for a brighter future. 478 more words

Ganti

Welcome to Tea and Scriptures

Welcome to Tea and Scriptures!

We believe the Word of God and a good cup of tea are amazing tools for health and healing. In Ezekiel, the Word of God states in chapter 47:12 – “And on the banks, on both sides of the river, there will grow all kinds of trees for food. 459 more words

Bigelow

Facebook Page Highlights Racism In Arkansas

About a week ago I was on Facebook looking at different pages related to Arkansas, and I came across one that was interesting.  This page is called Racist Arkansans… 93 more words

The World Through My Eyes

Sweet Lemon

Bigelow Tea really came through in a big way when they didn’t have to.

Two weeks ago I gave a negative review of their Lemon Lift Black Tea… 503 more words

Tea

Inflatable Module Attached to Space Station

Earlier today, the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) was connected to the International Space Station (ISS). As I wrote just before it launched, it is a test for the use of inflatable spacecraft and will be monitored over a two year period for ballistic, radiation and thermal resistance. 71 more words

Space

And they stick the landing!

Late on Friday evening, a rocket landed around 9 minutes after lift-off.

It seems unremarkable, doesn’t it? But then, consider this: the landing took place on a floating barge, somewhere in the ocean off the Florida coast. 991 more words

Physics