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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

NASA HELIOPHYSICS STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGY OFFICE: Early Career Spotlight, Samantha Kenyon

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

prattwhitney.com: Pratt & Whitney PW6000 engine donation expands opportunities for aerospace and propulsion undergraduate students at Virginia Tech

Science.org: 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