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With Orion Launch Scrubbed, A Closer Look at Its Mission

Posted on · Space City watched closely this morning as, following several delays due in part to high winds and a sticky rocket valve, NASA scrubbed today’s launch of the Orion capsule aboard an unmanned Delta IV rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida. NASA hopes to launch Orion tomorrow. Once launched, Orion will orbit the Earth from a height of 3,600 miles, then drop back into the atmosphere […]

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Aerospace Games Help Families in Need

Posted on · The Bay Area-Houston Habitat for Humanity will host its annual Aerospace Games this Saturday, November 9, at Countryside Park. Teams will compete in several outdoor events, including sand volleyball, kickball and Tug-of-War. The company team who wins will earn the right to raise the walls on the Aerospace Build home. The build starts this month […]

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Houston Matters for Fri., Nov. 8, 2013

Posted on · The Texans. Houston’s restaurant scene. Affordability. Diversity. The arts. Depending on your own opinion, these things aren’t getting enough attention here in Houston. Or…they’re receiving too much. On this edition of Houston Matters, we ask you: what’s overrated and underrated in Houston, and why? It can be anything! Sports, food, entertainment, museums – whatever you […]