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Artist’s impression of the SLS launchin from Kennedy Space Center. Image: NASA
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NASA’s Space Launch System Beset By Delays


Will NASA’s big rocket ever get off the ground? The Space Launch System, designed to take the Orion capsule into deep space, has been dogged by delays. Now there’s a suggestion that commercial space companies could be brought in to help the Orion program.
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Dr. Candice Jones. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Talking To Teens About Mental Health


The Lake Mary High School community is in mourning after a 17 year old student took her own life on campus last week.  We check in with pediatrician Dr. Candice Jones about how to talk to teens about suicide and mental health.
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Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Mulls Presidential Run


Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has been touring the country promoting his book “from the ground up”. “I haven’t decided whether I’m running or not, but what I’ve said is that I’m profoundly concerned about the direction of the country,” says Schultz, who says if he runs, it would be as a “centrist independent.” 
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“Talk nerdy to me”.  Nerd Nite Orlando founder Ricardo Williams. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Nerd Nite Orlando Turns Six


Nerd Nite Orlando turns 6 this week. The monthly “thinking and drinking” event is designed to take learning beyond the classroom. Nerd Nite Orlando founder and host Ricardo Williams joins Intersection for a closer look at how this gathering satisfies a desire and need that everyone has to learn new, cool stuff.
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John Ashworth, Joy Wallace Dickinson & Dr. Margaret Vandiver.  Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Remembering The Victims Of The Ocoee Massacre


A group of activists and historians has been working to recognize the victims of the Ocoee massacre on election day in 1920. The massacre wiped Ocoee’s African American community off the map, but the efforts of the Truth and Justice Project of Orange County aim to retell the history of that community.
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