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Rendering of the CYGNSS satellite in orbit. Photo: NASA/JPL
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Have You Ever Seen (Through) The Rain?

A fleet of 8 toaster-oven sized satellites are heading to orbit with the task of seeing through rain. NASA’s Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System will measure wind speeds in the tropics to better understand cyclones and hurricanes. And it does this in a pretty interesting way: using left-over GPS signals beamed down to earth.
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Intersection Session: Nature

Orlando musician Nate Figueroa performs under the alias Nature. Intersection’s Brendan Byrne spoke to him about the art of songwriting and lyrics, and he performed three songs.
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Intersection: Post-Castro Cuba and Florida

As Cubans pay their respects to Fidel Castro, many of Florida’s Cubans are processing what his passing means and hoping it ushers in democracy. Meanwhile the thawing of relations between Cuba and the United States under President Obama could freeze over again. What does a post-Castro Cuba mean for those who fled the regime and made a home in Florida?
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Derelict Boats Linger in Volusia County

A number of abandoned and wrecked boats has become a problem in Volusia County. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says 26 boats in the county are considered derelict. While some of them were left in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, others have been there for years.
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