Elon Musk promises to reveal plans for a SpaceX City on Mars

April 14, 2016 by  
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Of the many words used to describe Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, ‘ambitious’ is one of the most common – and perhaps an enormous understatement. Following last week’s launch (and successful drone-ship landing) of the Falcon 9 rocket, Musk made an impromptu visit to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center to issue a unique ‘save the date’ to the press. The ingenious business man says he will make an announcement in Mexico later this year, describing his plans for colonizing Mars. Read the rest of Elon Musk promises to reveal plans for a SpaceX City on Mars

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These amazing crystal chandeliers are alive

April 14, 2016 by  
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The world’s largest private coal mining company declares bankruptcy

April 14, 2016 by  
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King Coal has seen better days. Mines are being closed, miners are facing widespread layoffs and the market price of coal has crashed over the past several years. The War on Coal just claimed one of its most dramatic casualties, Peabody Energy. The largest private coal mining company, Peabody has filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy for most of its American divisions. Although the company will carry on in a reorganized form, this development represents the major shift away from coal that is happening across the globe. Read the rest of The world’s largest private coal mining company declares bankruptcy

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Space X rocket fails to land, but success is still not far off

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SpaceX , Elon Musk ’s space flight company, successfully launched a Falcon 9 rocket on April 14, but their plan to land the rocket on a floating barge failed when the rocket tipped over on landing. The rocket was carrying an unmanned cargo spacecraft called the Dragon. The Dragon is loaded with 4,300 pounds of supplies and is expected to deliver them to the International Space Station on April 16. Meanwhile, once the rocket and the payload separated, the goal was to land the rocket back on Earth on a floating barge. They came oh so close… until the rocket swayed and fell over. Read the rest of Space X rocket fails to land, but success is still not far off Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: elon musk , elon musk announcement , Elon Musk invention , reusable rocket , rocket launch , space x launch , space x reusable rocket , space x rocket , space x rocket landing , spacex

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