Here’s when the Crew Dragon will likely start sending people into space.
“SpaceX is about to embark on a new frontier: sending people into space. Elon Musk’s space-faring company has made its name sending cargo and satellites into the stratosphere for fee-paying customers, but a partnership with NASA means the firm will soon start sending astronauts to the International Space Station.”
Here’s why 13 Reasons Why is finally editing down its graphic suicide scene.
“After years of backlash, controversy, and discourse about what it means to graphically depict suicide, especially in media directed at teenagers, the Netflix original series 13 Reasons Why has decided to edit down the first season scene where its main character, Hannah Barker, dies of suicide.”
Here’s how conspiracy theories about the moon landing spread across the internet.
Conspiracy theories about the Moon landing have been around for years. Decades, in fact. And while it’s easier than ever to spread false stories thanks to the internet, the belief that humans never landed on the Moon is way older than the web.
Here’s why memes of Woody Harrelson have been appearing on Twitter.
“Wimbledon had a whole lot of excitement this year, from marathon sets for the title to Serena Williams just missing a record-tying win. But no matter what happened, it seems there was a Woody Harrelson face that matched the moment. Someone taking a ball to the groin? Cut to: Woody Harrelson. Need some between match entertainment? Cut to: Woody Harrelson being blocked from returning to his seat.”
Here are eleven facts you might not know about NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong.
“No matter where private or government space travel may take us in the future, NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong (1930-2012) will forever have a place as the first human to ever set foot on solid ground outside of our atmosphere. Taking “one small step” onto the Moon on July 20, 1969, he inspired generations of ambitious people to reach for the stars in their own lives. On the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, we’re taking a look back at the life of this American hero.”
Peter Thiel accused Google of being infiltrated by Chinese intelligence.
“Billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel used an appearance at the National Conservatism Conference to accuse Google of treason and suggest that the firm is aiding the Chinese military. The proclamation caught the attention of President Trump, who vowed on Twitter to “take a look.”