Second Falcon 9 Rocket Ground Lands Successfully

400px-Launch_of_JunoSpaceX has successfully landed another unmanned Falcon 9 rocket after launching it into space early on Monday from Cape Canaveral, Florida.

The 23-story-tall Falcon 9 rocket is built and flown by SpaceX, Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies. Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 12:45 a.m. EDT. and shortly after take-off, the vehicle touched down at the launch site, SpaceX’s Landing Complex 1.  Continue reading “Second Falcon 9 Rocket Ground Lands Successfully”

Florida Man Shot at Teens Playing ‘Pokemon Go’

Pikachu-_the_Pokemon_with_shock_-_Thinktank_Birmingham_Science_Museum_(8614649226)A Florida man fired at two teenage Pokémon Go players on Saturday, mistaking them for burglars.

Pokemon Go, the application that allow you to catch Pokemon in real location, is currently all the rage all over the world.

Orlando police said a man fired at two teenage Pokémon Go players very early on Saturday morning, after he had mistaken them for thieves looking for a house to rob.  Continue reading “Florida Man Shot at Teens Playing ‘Pokemon Go’”

Universal Orlando Opens Its Fifth Hotel Sapphire Falls Resort

hotelLoews Sapphire Falls Resort, located between Royal Pacific and Cabana Bay Beach resorts, officially opened its doors and greeted its first guests on Thursday morning.

The other two Universal Orlando hotels are Portofino Bay and the Hard Rock Hotel. All the five hotels are operated by Loews Hotels & Resorts, which has 26 hotels in the United States and Canada, including in Miami Beach, Chicago, St. Petersburg, Atlanta, New York. and Washington, D.C. Continue reading “Universal Orlando Opens Its Fifth Hotel Sapphire Falls Resort”

Boeing to be Title Sponsor of New Astronaut Hall of Fame

571px-Spaceship_one2The Boeing Company is the title sponsor of the upcoming Heroes & Legends, a renewed, interactive attraction featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame, announced Therrin Protze, chief operating officer of the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex during an official ceremony on Friday.  It will be the first time in more than 50 years that the complex has entered into an agreement with a corporate sponsor. Protze said that Boeing “as a leader in the human exploration of space” will bring “a rich history and exciting future” to the new attraction. He added that the two parts of the agreement are so passionate to “share the stories of the heroic men and women who have sacrificed so much and inspired so many.”  Continue reading “Boeing to be Title Sponsor of New Astronaut Hall of Fame”