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The Lede, Planes, Trains and Automobiles

The Lede

Good Morning! It’s Monday, Aug. 6, 2018. I’ve been on the road quite a bit in the last several days. This morning it’s Boston, later today New York. There’s literally been some planes, some trains and some automobiles on this trip for me. So I’ve been thinking about travel news. …

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NASA Names Astronauts for Space-X, Boeing Launches

Space X Launch Facility

NASA announced on Friday the assignments of the first nine astronauts riding commercial spacecraft to the International Space Station, naming five to the first two Boeing flights and four to SpaceX’s flights. The astronauts are a part of NASA’s Commercial Crew program, which is the agency’s solution to once again launch U.S. astronauts …

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The Lede: Mexico y Brazil 

The Lede

The Lede, Monday, July 2, 2018 By David Royse Good Day! It’s Monday of a holiday-shortened week. Got suggestions for coverage, or thoughts on what’s here? Email me: dave.royse@ledetree.com or hit me up on Twitter: @daveroyse Trying to write this while keeping one eye on Mexico v Brazil in the World …

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SpaceX Satellite Launch Delayed

Falcon 9 Rocket

SpaceX Won’t Launch Today Because of High Winds. Hoping to Go Thursday David Royse | LedeTree Elon Musk’s SpaceX said early Wednesday it was postponing a planned launch until at least Thursday because of high winds. The launch will take into orbit satellites that are part of the company’s effort …

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