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Hermine from space as it approached Florida on Thursday. Image: NASA Goddard MODIS Rapid Response Team

Intersection: Hermine, Space X, Politics

Hermine hits Florida, the first hurricane to make landfall in the state in 11 years. A SpaceX rocket explodes and political dust is settling following the 2016 Primary Elections. All this on 90.7’s Friday news roundup on Intersection.
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Is enough being done to promote rocket launch tourism on the Space Coast? Image: NASA/Frankie Martin

Intersection: Trump, Tourism, Pulse & Zika

People in Miami are getting bit by Zika-carrying mosquitoes. Is it just a matter of time before the virus pops up in Central Florida? After the Pulse shooting, Orlando mulls how to disburse money collected for the survivors and families of the victims. And the Trump and Clinton campaigns stump in Daytona Beach.
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