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Thursday, February 8, 2018

FEB 8, 2018 - 3:47 PM ET - 9 SPACE & SCIENCE ARTICLES WITH PHOTOS

*"What Is the Point of Elon Musk's Big Rocket? The story of the SpaceX Falcon 

Heavy's test flight is two things at once: a step toward a mechanism for cheaper 

commercial space hauling, and — at least as importantly — a massive publicity 

stunt. Musk spends an enormous amount of energy cultivating a nerd-hero aura 

and friendly press." By Rafi Letzter, www.livescience.com, Staff Writer | February 

6, 2018 11:49am ET.



"The 27 engines of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket are front and center during 

assembly in this photo tweeted by Elon Musk on Dec. 20, 2017."

Credit: SpaceX.

*"Watch Live Views of SpaceX's Starman Riding a Tesla Roadster in Space!"

By Hanneke Weitering, www.space.com, Staff Writer | February 6, 2018, 05:20 

pm ET.

Video uploaded to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Linkedin.

*"In Photos: SpaceX's 1st Falcon Heavy Rocket Test Launch Success! CAPE 

CANAVERAL, Fla. — The first Falcon Heavy rocket built by the private spaceflight 

company SpaceX soared on its maiden voyage today (Feb. 6) — a historic test 

flight that also sent a car toward Mars and included two confirmed booster 

landings." By www.space.com Staff | February 6, 2018, 06:15pm ET.



Credit: spaceX.

*"Biomed CEO Injects Himself with DIY Herpes Vaccine — Why That's Not a \

Good Idea. Traywick touted the self-experimentation to BuzzFeed as an attempt 

to increase scientific transparency and move science forward, but biomedical 

experts say that acting as a human guinea pig does nothing of the sort. A 

single-subject experiment can't show that a treatment works, and it certainly 

can't prove it safe, said Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious-disease specialist at 

Vanderbilt University Medical Center, who noted that he couldn't comment on 

Traywick's experiment specifically."  By Stephanie Pappas, www.livescience.com. 

Contributor | February 6, 2018, 01:15 pm.



"Aaron Traywick injects himself with an untested herpes vaccine before a live 

audience at the BdyHax conference in Austin, Texas on Feb. 4."

Credit: Ford Fischer/Alejandro Alvarez/News2Share.

*"Radiation Will Tear Elon Musk's Rocket Car to Bits in a Year."

By Rafi Letzter, www.livescience.com, Staff Writer | February 6, 2018, 05:06 pm 

ET.

"A screengrab from the SpaceX live feed shows the Roadster leaving Earth 

behind."

Credit: SpaceX.

*"No, Space X's Falcon Heavy Has Not Passed Mars Already."

By Tereza Pultarova, www.livescience.com. Contributor | February 7, 2018, 

11:32 am ET. 



"A long-exposure photo of the Falcon Heavy rocket's first test launch on Feb. 6, 

2018 shows the rocket's curved trajectory as it lifts off from Kennedy Space 

Center and heads toward low-Earth orbit."

Credit: SpaceX.

*"Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster Is Headed to the Asteroid Belt."

By Tariq Malik, www.space.com. Managing Editor, February 7, 2018, 10:55am ET.


"A red car for a Red Planet. That's what Elon Musk was hoping for when he 

launched his own Tesla Roadster on SpaceX's first Falcon Heavy rocket Tuesday 

(Feb. 6), headed for an orbit that might have extended out to the orbit of Mars. 

But his car, it turns out, is taking a detour through the asteroid belt."

Video uploaded to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Linkedin.

*"Yup, Flat-Earthers Think the Falcon Heavy Launch Was a Conspiracy."

By Stephanie Pappas, www.livescience.com. Contributor | February 7, 2018, 

03:13 pm. 

*"So Long, Starman! Skywatchers Spot Falcon Heavy Leaving Earth's Orbit."

By Hanneke Weitering, www.space.com. Staff Writer | February 7, 2018, 01:21 

pm ET.


"Photographer Alexx Mayes captured this view of the Falcon Heavy's third burn 

near Reno, Nevada on Feb. 6, 2018."

Credit: Alexx Mayes.

*"Falling to Earth Right Now (But That Isn't Why You Have the Flu).

By Mindy Weisberger, Senior Writer, www.livescience.com | February 7, 2018, 

03:41 pm ET. 

*"A Ticking Time Bomb of Mercury Is Hidden Beneath Earth's Permafrost."

By Brandon Specktor, Senior Writer, www.livescience.com | February 6, 2018, 

09:41 am ET.

"Climate change could unleash 15 million gallons of mercury trapped in 

permafrost. And that's just in the Northern Hemisphere."

Credit: TheVagabond V.Schaal/Shutterstock.





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