A Tucson company is moving ahead with a space tourism concept that is gentle on the body and on the wallet.
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Yes, you can still afford a beach house. All that — and the fact that there’s a major airport in town with flights from both Chicago or New York taking just about two hours — may help explain why nearly 20 million people visit annually.
I spent 5 nights in a 152-square-foot room on a luxury cruise ship named after Queen Elizabeth, where I was treated like royalty. Take a look inside.
The British cruise line, owned by Carnival, has hidden references to royalty in its $856 Standard Inside Staterooms.
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Massive asteroids will whiz past Earth in coming weeks, including 1 nearly size of Empire State Building
Several massive asteroids are expected to whiz close to Earth in the coming weeks, including one nearly the size of the Empire State Building. Two are expected to soar near the planet on Saturday, followed by more in the coming days, according to data from NASA's Center for Near Earth Object Studies. On Friday, Asteroid 2021 SM3, which has a diameter of up to 525 feet -- bigger than the size of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt -- was projected to zoom by around 3.5 million miles away from Earth, USA Today first reported based off CNEOS data.
Let's be real, travel isn't free — but it doesn't have to be expensive! Here are some of my favorite European cities that cost a lot less to travel than you'd think.View Entire Post ›
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China's new hypersonic missile demonstrated an advanced space capability that caught US intelligence by surprise, report says
China had made "astounding progress" on hypersonic weapons far more advanced than US officials realized, sources told The Financial Times.
Chinese astronauts began Saturday their six-month mission on China's first permanent space station, after successfully docking aboard their spacecraft.
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Overhead bins on planes are getting bigger, and it's turning air travel into a less stressful experience for both passengers and crew
Finding overhead bin space has been a challenge for travelers, but Boeing and Airbus' larger bins have eased the stress.
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Courtesy VrboSt. Lucia (Vrbo): There was something about this summer that felt particularly fraught. First, there was the pressure to bounce back to regular life; then we endured the pendulum swing of the next COVID spike’s “will she or won’t she?” Through it all, we were forced to navigate the wildly varying safety protocols and personal preferences of our cities and acquaintances. It’s no surprise that this fall seems to have brought about one massive case of collective burnout. But the good n
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You can be prepared financially to avoid added stress. Here's what to look out for as you plan your upcoming international getaway. If it's not required, proof of complete vaccination or negative test results may be required to participate in certain activities like dining inside or visiting museums or other busy places.
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One of the Lucy probe's two solar arrays may not have fully deployed and locked in place after launch Saturday.
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A warm glass of milk has long been used by parents to settle their toddlers before bed. Now new research has suggested that it is not just an old wives’ tale and the bedtime drink really does help ensure a good night’s sleep.
The US is opening its doors much later than other countries, with president Biden expected to share more details this month.
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Reagan National Airport shut down 2 of its 3 runways after an American Airlines plane, operated by Republic Airways, blew its tires upon landing.
Right now, millions of people are re-evaluating where they want to live. If you’re one of them, this list is for you.
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More to the point, shares of Disney are trading lower in 2021, a sharp contrast to the broader market's nearly 20% ascent. Let's hit Chapek's road to redemption. Chapek was handed the reins at an awful time.
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One 525-foot-wide asteroid that passed Earth on Friday was only discovered last month.
Boeing’s Starliner spaceship has been hampered by a string of errors and delays. In this video, WSJ’s Micah Maidenberg explains why Boeing has struggled to launch the Starliner on schedule and what’s next for the aerospace giant’s space program.Photo: NASA/Joel Kowsky
The airport was shut down for hours as a result. Passengers were taken to the terminal.
The Soyuz MS-18 space capsule carrying Russian ISS crew member Oleg Novitskiy, Yulia Peresild and Klim Shipenko landed in a remote area outside the western Kazakhstan at 07:35 a.m. (0435 GMT), the Russian space agency Roscosmos said. The crew had dedocked from the ISS three hours earlier.