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WATCH THE LIVE COVERAGE OF THE FIRST LAUNCH OF THE HISTORIC SPACEX DEMO-2 CREW DRAGON – AMERICA’S FIRST MANNED ROCKET INTO SPACE

Watch Live Coverage of the SpaceX historic Demo-2 Crew Dragon astronaut launch

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLORIDA – Today, on May 30 2020, SpaceX will once again attempt to launch its first astronaut mission for NASA, after a three-day delay due to weather. If all goes well and the weather cooperates, Crew Dragon will liftoff today at Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 3:22 p.m. EDT (1922 GMT).

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BAD WEATHER DELAYS SPACEX’S FIRST ASTRONAUT LAUNCH FOR NASA

SpaceX delays 1st astronaut launch for NASA due to bad weather

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLORIDA – Mother Nature once again demonstrated her unpredictability today as Elon Musk‘s SpaceX and NASA will have to wait 3 days to make history. Due to bad weather SpaceX’s 1st astronaut launch for NASA is delayed. Liftoff is now set for next Saturday on May 30 at 3:22 PM (EDT). SpaceX

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CESSNA CITATION PERFORMS BELLY LANDING AT DAYTONA BEACH AIRPORT

Cessna Citation Performs Belly Landing At Daytona Beach International Airport

DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA – A Cessna Citation business jet performed a belly landing on Thursday at Daytona Beach International Airport, Daytona Beach News reported. The jet slid to a stop after its gear would not come down. The incident closed the runways at the airport and diverted 2 flights. There were no injuries reported. Joanne

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VIDEO – TAKE A RIDE WITH THE BLUE ANGELS IN 360 DEGREE VIEW

US Navy Blue Angels in 360 view

NAS PENSACOLA, FL. Last year the U.S. Navy already produced an awesome video of the Blue Angels with a 360 degree camera. Last month the U.S. Navy did it again! This 360 degree video will take you on a stunning ride with the elite pilots of the Navy’s Flight Demonstration Team and one of the

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MIAMI AIR INTERNATIONAL B737 CRASHED INTO RIVER AT JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR STATION

Miami Air B737 accident

NAS JACKSONVILLE, FL / May 3, 2019 – A Miami Air International Boeing 737-800, arriving from Naval Station Guantanamo Bay in Cuba into Naval Air Station Jacksonville, slidd off the runway into the St. Johns River at approximately 9:40 PM on Friday. There were some minor injuries among the 136 passengers and 7 aircrew members

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