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Article Image News Link • GlobalTop Tech by Loz Blain

California's JetPack Aviation (JPA) has been building and flying some of the world's first genuine long-endurance jetpacks for many years now, but while founder, CEO and chief pilot David Mayman has been having most of the fun (and taking a lot of th

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

One of Germany's largest newspapers, Die Welt, has obtained evidence that the Interior Ministry hired scientists from the Robert Koch institute and several universities to justify the country's strict lockdown measures.

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BGI Group, the world's largest genomics company which provided COVID-19 tests worldwide including India, has been exposed as a front for the Chinese military. According to Bill Evanina, America's top counterintelligence officer, Chinese military

Article Image News Link • Global by Brian Wang

The US Federal Communications Commission awarded SpaceX $885.5 million worth of federal subsidies to provide Starlink broadband internet to rural communities across 35 U.S. states. SpaceX is one out of 180 companies to receive funding from the Phase

Article Image News Link • Global by Ramon Tomey

On Sept. 22, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and United States Space Force (USSF) signed a memorandum of understanding that reaffirmed the "rich legacy of collaboration" between the two agencies on space-related matters.

Article Image News Link • Global By STACY LIBERATORE

SpaceX has been awarded a contract to design missile-tracking satellites The firm will build four satellites for the Pentagon that will have a wide-angle infrared missile-tracking sensor supplied by a subcontractor The satellites will be used to d

Article Image News Link • Global by Mandy Smithbe

President Trump's recent remarks that top Pentagon officials continue to push for war because they want to keep defense contractors "happy" has drawn a firestorm of criticism by those who would like to conflate the remarks with the allegation t

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

It turns out the proverbial "deal with the devil" that Elon Musk has made between Tesla and China (a relationship we have called into questions many times, including here and here) could finally be coming back to bite Musk.

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

While Morgan Stanley continues to stubbornly repeat that the US economy is undergoing a jolly V-shaped recovery, one would be very hard pressed to observe that in either the number of airline passengers, or the commercial aerospace sector in general,

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

Update (11:40 ET): Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun has just released an update on this week's layoffs. He said involuntary layoffs have begun, a total of 6,770 US workers will be cut this week, adding that work reduction programs have already gone into effec