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NASA Telescope Caught In "Webb" Of Delays
July 2, 2018
Updated 5mo ago
Sarah Lewin, associate editor at Space.com, discusses NASA's announcement its James Webb telescope has been delayed again, this time until March 2021. The James Webb telescope is expected to replace the Hubble.
Oscar Nominations: Netflix Graduates from Red Envelopes to Academy Award Envelopes
Jan 10, 2018
SpaceX Zuma Satellite
Associate editor at Space.com Sarah Lewin sheds some light on SpaceX's mysterious Sunday night launch and breaks down the fascinating new photos we just got of Jupiter.
Aug 18, 2017
With the biggest celestial event of the century just days away, Space.com's Sarah Lewin joins us with a preview of all the cool parties, all the amazing science projects, and even the film that's going to incorporate the eclipse into it's plot.
"Storyful's Head of Video Toby Bochan, joins us with the videos everyone's sharing most this week. Animals got their fair share of screen time, from a hamster-wheel pileup to a dog that just can't catch a frisbee, to a rare white moose spotted in the wild. We also get a look at an amazing video taken while a cell phone falls 1,000 feet from a plane. Pilot Blake Henderson was flying his small aircraft, when he suddenly encountered a bit of turbulence. His Samsung Galaxy 5 got sucked out of the plane and captured its entire 17-second fall, recording an amazing view of what it's like to fall from 1,000 feet in the air."
Oct 16, 2017
Will SpaceX go public soon? Will Goodman, Managing Editor at Rockets are Cool, says the short answer is no. Elon Musk has stated he has no plans to IPO in the near future. Goodman also talks about how demand for telecommunications and satellites will prove that SpaceX is worth $50 billion. Plus, Richard Branson announced an investment in Hyperloop. Goodman believes the project will benefit from being attached to Virgin Galactic and Richard Branson, if nothing else. He discusses the idea of everyone being focused on the idea of getting anywhere in the world under an hour. However, he says we just don't have the guarantee that this can happen yet.