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Is there a rocket ship in your News Feed? It’s another Facebook experiment

Is there a rocket ship in your News Feed? It’s another Facebook experiment Seeing a rocket ship pop up on your Facebook newsfeed?As TechCrunch reports, it appears that the rocket icon is part of Facebook’s attempt at offering a News Feed that is comprised of posts, articles, and other content from sources you aren’t currently following, but would likely like.

SpaceX Successfully Launches Top-Secret Spy Satellite

SpaceX Successfully Launches Top-Secret Spy Satellite But don’t expect any details about the national security payload—a contract with the Department of Defense’s National Reconnaissance Office (NRO).“Thanks to the SpaceX team for the great ride, and for the terrific teamwork and commitment they demonstrated throughout,” Betty Sapp, director of the National Reconnaissance Office, said in a statement.

Africa Enters Space Race With Ghana's First Satellite

Africa Enters Space Race With Ghana's First Satellite Africa has entered the space race: Ghana’s first satellite, launched into space in June, is now operational.The CubeSat miniaturized satellite, dubbed GhanaSat-1, was built by at All Nations University College (ANUC), with support from the Japanese Birds program.

HP Supercomputer Headed to Mars on SpaceX Rocket

HP Supercomputer Headed to Mars on SpaceX Rocket NASA and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) are sending a supercomputer into space.The not-so-shrewdly named Spaceborne Computer, scheduled for launch today from Kennedy Space Center, is part of a year-long experiment.