Amazon Workers Dish, Gates Alter Ego, SpaceX Launch

Hello and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this has been forwarded to you, register here. Let’s get started. 1. Employees reveal what it’s like to work at Amazon. We investigated what the company looks like when it comes to hiring, firing, performance reviews, and more. Here’s everything you …

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Virgin Orbit Selected to Launch SatRevolution’s “Constellation of Constellations”

Virgin Orbit Selected to Launch SatRevolution’s “Constellation of Constellations” Press release from: Virgin orbit Posted: Tuesday June 29 2021 Virgin Orbit, the California responsive launch company, today announced it has signed a new memorandum of understanding that will expand its relationship with SatRevolution, the maker of low-cost small satellites and …

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NASA Examines Louisiana Delta System, Looks At Global Forecasts

MIKE ISLAND, Louisiana. – Erosion, sinking land and rising water levels due to climate change have killed the woods of Louisiana where a 41-year-old Native American chief played as a child. Nearby, in the Mississippi Delta system, middle school students can stand on islands that emerged in the year they …

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NASA tests earthquake-resistant balloons as a way to study Venus

Researchers from the US space agency have successfully used balloons to detect earthquakes in the California desert. The experiment tested whether similar balloons could be sent to Venus to study the planet seismic activity. NASA recently announced plans to launch two future missions to Venus. NASA scientists were fortunate enough …

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Space waste: the next frontier

By Nate Morris Sunday June 27, 2021 | 2 a.m There is a new space race that dominates the national media today, but it is a far cry from America’s old challenge against the Soviet Union for space supremacy. Today it’s a space race between two billionaires – Jeff Bezos …

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