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Kissing Planets to Appear Monday

To end 2020, look to the skies to see that, for the first time since the middle ages, Jupiter and Saturn will be in such proximity that they appear to overlap, giving the appearance of a “double-planet” says NASA. According to Good Housekeeping, the “kissing planets” will be visible on Monday after sunset. Alan Duffy, the lead scientist at The […]

COVID Vaccine And Who Will Get It First

A vaccine could be available next week, but won’t be distributed on a first come first serve basis.  On Tuesday the advisory committee on Immunization Practices, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, voted overwhelmingly in favor of making health care workers and nursing home residents the top priority in Phase 1a. “Health care workers and the residents of long-term care facilities […]

SpaceX Launches Four Astronauts To Space Station

In a step toward human space flight, SpaceX spacecraft carried four astronauts into outer space on Sunday. This event kicks off what NASA hopes will be a long series of crew rotations between the U.S and space station. Four NASA astronauts are in a Spacecraft named Resilience by its crew because of the many challenges, most notably COVID-19. The astronauts […]

COVID-19 Vaccine to Release Soon

Moderna’s two-dose experimental vaccine was 94.5% effective in preventing COVID-19. The biotech company said Monday according to an analysis of it’s clinical trial. The news comes a week after Pfizer and biotech said their latest vaccine was more than 90% effective. The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines use the same technology to make their vaccines. It’s based on a molecule known as mRNA, […]