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ABC News: Ship that struck Baltimore bridge had 4 blackouts before disaster. Here's what we know

Newsweek: Boeing's New Problem Is Far From Its Crisis

800 STEM Students Nationwide Gear Up to Launch Weather Balloons on Eclipse Day

Scripps - Stefano Brizzolara discusses ship safety mechanisms

WDBJ: Virginia Tech experts say Baltimore bridge crash could have been prevented

Business Insider: Here's the science refresher you need before diving into Netflix's '3 Body Problem'

WSLS: Travelers unphased by recent airline scares


WSLS: Local residents spot SpaceX Starlink satellites following launch

US Navy: A Mighty Wind: Using Wind Tunnels to Measure Sound by Deadening the Noise

Constellations: University Spotlight: A Test Environment for the Internet of Space Things

New York Post: Structural issues with Titan sub hull could have caused implosion

Washington Post: Titan’s experimental design drew concern even before its doomed dive

WXFT Boston 25: Oxygen running out for crew on missing sub near Titanic wreckage

Virginia Business: Universities offer logistics, maritime degrees

Innovation News Network: Computational modeling in support of progress towards nuclear fusion energy breakeven

Scripps News The WHY: Why don't we have flying cars yet? 

Rolls-Royce, Pratt & Whitney, Virginia Tech announce new research partnership

MIT Technology Review: Starlink signals can be reverse-engineered to work like GPS—whether SpaceX likes it or not

Forbes: Boeing's Wisk Is Going Full Robot With Its Electric Air Taxi While Competitors Stick With Human Pilots Pratt & Whitney PW6000 engine donation expands opportunities for aerospace and propulsion undergraduate students at Virginia Tech Scientists create their own GPS by spying on internet satellites

NASA wants to harvest water on moon and Mars, and Virginia Tech team thinks it can help

DataSkeptic podcast: Time Series at the Beach