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      Trump administration moves to make new cars dirtier by arguing they’ll be safer The Trump administration moved to lower nationwide vehicle fuel efficiency rules today by arguing that dirtier cars will be safer. The administration is also trying to take away California’s power to set its own greenhouse gas emissions standards and zero-emission vehicle program, which are initiatives that many other states around the country have followed for years. read more 2018-08-08 15:30:28 | Viewed:498
      Rocket Lab is planning back-to-back missions for the holiday season US spaceflight startup Rocket Lab is rescheduling its first commercial rocket launch once again. The company tried to get this flight off the ground twice this year, but weird behavior on Rocket Lab’s launch vehicle forced the company to stand down from both launch attempts. Now, changes have been made to the rocket to avoid this problem, and the company says it’s ready to try again later this November. read more 2018-08-08 14:58:01 | Viewed:441
      One of SpaceX’s powerful new Falcon 9 rockets pulled off its second mission tonight Tonight’s launch will loft a communications satellite called Merah Putih into a high orbit above Earth. The satellite, which will eventually provide telecommunications services to parts of Indonesia and South Asia, is set to be deployed about 32 minutes after takeoff. Following launch, the used Falcon 9 booster will attempt to perform another landing on one of SpaceX’s drone ships in the Atlantic. read more 2018-08-08 14:55:39 | Viewed:406
      How hormones went from theoretical to overhyped in one century From metabolism to sex drive, hormones come in tiny packets that pack a powerful punch, and yet there is a lot of misinformation about these chemicals. So Randi Hutter Epstein, a doctor and medical writer, decided to set the record straight. The result is her book Aroused: The History of Hormones and How They Control Just About Everything. read more 2018-08-08 14:42:28 | Viewed:250