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Photographs of astronauts line the restaurant wall at Dixie Crossroads in Titusville, where staff are anticipating a bump in attendance for the Falcon Heavy launch. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Local News

Intersection: Titusville Ready For Falcon Heavy


For long time Titusville residents, the launch of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket will evoke memories of the shuttle blasting off into space, and even launches from an earlier time in the space program. Today on Intersection, we look at what Falcon Heavy means for the space coast, and what this rocket signifies for the space program and aspirations for exploring the moon and beyond. 
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Falcon 9 rocket launches Inmarsat 5 from Kennedy Space Center. Photo: Joey Roulette.
Local News

Intersection: Keep Calm And Go To Mars


What happens if a Martian astronaut goes bonkers? 90.7’s Space reporter Brendan Byrne and WKMG’s Emilee Speck take a look at the questions scientists are asking about mental well-being for Mars-bound astronauts. 
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Falcon 9 rocket launches Inmarsat 5 from Kennedy Space Center. Photo: Joey Roulette.
Local News

Intersection: Keep Calm And Go To Mars


What happens if a Martian astronaut goes bonkers? 90.7’s Space reporter Brendan Byrne and WKMG’s Emilee Speck take a look at the questions scientists are asking about mental well-being for Mars-bound astronauts. 
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Artist’s concept of SLS/Orion on the launch pad. Photo: NASA
Space

No Crew On Maiden Voyage Of NASA’s Next Rocket


When NASA’s Space Launch System blasts off from the Kennedy Space Center for the first time, the capsule will be empty. Acting Director Robert Lightfoot announced the decision after a review of the first launch of the massive rocket.
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“Outredgeous” red romaine lettuce from the Veggie plant growth system that tests hardware for growing vegetables and other plants in space.
Photo: NASA
Space

Farming In Space


Astronauts on the International Space Station are growing their own food. So how do you grow plants in space?
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Senior Scientist John Mathis and James Webb Space Telescope. Photo: NASA/JPL
Space

James Webb Is Seein’ Red


We’re about to see things in the universe never before seen. The James Webb Space Telescope is huge and it’s going to give us a peek at things from a perspective we haven’t seen before.
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