NASA’s most metal mission will test new, higher-power electric thrusters

The Psyche spacecraft chassis was delivered to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in late March, 2021. NASA/JPL-Caltech Over the next 12 months components will be added to the chassis, including scientific instruments. After it is completed, the spacecraft will ship to Cape Canaveral, Florida, for launch on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. NASA/JPL-Caltech Artist’s impression of […]readmore

Want to worry about the next pandemic? Spillover.global has you

Enlarge / Researchers with Franceville interdisciplinary Medical Research Centre (CIRMF, Centre Interdisciplinaire Medical de Recherches de Franceville) collect samples from a bat on November 25, 2020 inside a cave in the Zadie region in Gabon. - Working in remote recesses in the hearth of the Gabonese forest, scientists scour caves populated by bats, animals suspected of being at the origin of many epidemics transmitted to humans in recent years: the SARS in 2003, MERS in 2012, Ebola and now SARS-CoV-2 or novel coronavirus Covid-19. (Photo by STEEVE JORDAN / AFP) (Photo by STEEVE JORDAN/AFP via Getty Images)readmore

Celebrate First Contact Day with this Star Trek: Discovery S4

Sonequa Martin-Green revealed the first trailer for the fourth season of Star Trek: Discovery, as part of First Contact Day. Actress Sonequa Martin-Green, who plays a key role in the series, revealed the first trailer for the fourth season of Star Trek: Discovery, during First Contact Day 2021, a virtual event hosted by Paramount+ featuring panels, […]readmore

Inside Pete Davidson’s new high-rise luxury condo

Pete Davidson has officially moved out of his mother’s basement and purchased his own luxury condo for $1.2 million — just before the new year, The Post can report.   The move comes four years after he snagged a $1.3 million Staten Island abode in 2016 for his mom, Amy Waters. Davidson, 27, had been living in the basement of the home until December when he moved into a high-rise. But he is still remaining close to home.  The “Saturday Night Live” star purchased the condo in Staten Island, located just 14 miles away from his mom. The home was purchased through an LLC, property records readmore

Christina Haack lists house with estranged husband Ant Anstead for

The California home that HGTV star Christina Haack once shared with her now-estranged husband, Ant Anstead, has hit the market for $6 million.  They first purchased the Newport Beach home in June 2018 for $4.1 million. Following two years of marriage, the two announced their separation in September. Haack, 37, remained in the home, while Anstead moved out. Six months after they split, Anstead, 42, told People that he was having difficulty finding another place in the area to stay close to their one-year-old son, Hudson London. “I feel like I need a home. It’s been over six months now,” he told the magazine, readmore

This blue chip Caribbean island hopes to dethrone St. Barts

Is Barbuda the next St. Barts? It’s the kind of question that requires a plentiful  off-shore bank account  just to ask. But from the City of London down to Wall Street, asking it they are. Perhaps the best argument from the “ayes” is Barbuda Ocean Club, a rum-soaked, 764-acre Garden of Eden down on a little peninsula known as Coco Point, which is rising from the rubble of Hurricane Irma in 2017. “I think it will be like St. Barts but from a private resort standpoint,” said Mike Meldman, a co-founder of Casa Migos tequila as well as the founder readmore