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Mission Managers Give “Go” for Sept. 3 Launch of Artemis I

The countdown to launch has resumed, and the Artemis I mission management team met this afternoon to review the status of the operations and have given a “go” for a Sept. 3 launch attempt of the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft.

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400,000 visitors expected on Space Coast for Artemis I launch, Labor Day weekend

It was initially estimated there would be 100,000 to 200,000 visitors for Monday’s launch attempt. Now, Brevard County could see as many as 400,000 visitors flocking to areas like Titusville until they reach capacity.

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Space Perspective unveils capsule design for balloon-borne tourist flights

The Titusville-based company unveiled the exterior design of its pressurized capsule, which will begin carrying customers to the stratosphere beneath a giant balloon just two years from now, if all goes according to plan. The craft, known as Spaceship Neptune, will be spherical, it turns out.

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AAA: Florida gas prices fell 14 cents as Floridians prepare for Independence Day Road Trips

Florida gas prices declined 14 cents last week. The state average has now been on a 2-week streak of declines, falling a total of 21 cents per gallon, since setting a new record high price of $4.89/g on June 13th.

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