Tag Archives: Space

Review: Kyle Abraham’s Calm Control of Bodies and Space

Review: Kyle Abraham’s Calm Control of Bodies and Space

Review: Kyle Abraham’s Calm Control of Bodies and Space Review: Kyle Abraham’s Calm Control of Bodies and Space Not just snow falling, but snow falling on a silent sea. In its first moments, “When We Fell,” Kyle Abraham’s new dance film for New York City Ballet, establishes its tone: muted, attuned to melting subtleties. In interviews, Abraham has said that …

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After Pandemic, Shrinking Need for Office Space Could Crush Landlords

After Pandemic, Shrinking Need for Office Space Could Crush Landlords

After Pandemic, Shrinking Need for Office Space Could Crush Landlords After Pandemic, Shrinking Need for Office Space Could Crush Landlords Roughly 17.3 percent of all office space in Manhattan is available for lease, the highest proportion in at least three decades. Asking rents on the island have dropped to just over $74 a square foot, from nearly $82 at the …

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An Astronaut’s Heart Shrank From Space Travel, Study Finds

An Astronaut's Heart Shrank From Space Travel, Study Finds

An Astronaut’s Heart Shrank From Space Travel, Study Finds An Astronaut’s Heart Shrank From Space Travel, Study Finds In space, your heart gets smaller. In a study published on Monday in the journal Circulation, scientists reported that the largest chamber of the heart of Scott Kelly, who spent nearly a year on the International Space Station in 2015 and 2016, …

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‘We need to focus on Earth’: Bernie Sanders responds to Elon Musk’s space plans with call for progressive tax

‘We need to focus on Earth’: Bernie Sanders responds to Elon Musk’s space plans with call for progressive tax

‘We need to focus on Earth’: Bernie Sanders responds to Elon Musk’s space plans with call for progressive tax ‘We need to focus on Earth’: Bernie Sanders responds to Elon Musk’s space plans with call for progressive tax Bernie Sanders has responded to Elon Musk’s defense of the Tesla founder’s enormous wealth amid growing discussions in Congress about income inequality. …

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The Space Launch System: NASA’s Last Rocket

The Space Launch System: NASA's Last Rocket

The Space Launch System: NASA’s Last Rocket The Space Launch System: NASA’s Last Rocket Update, March 18: This essay has been revised to reflect that the Space Launch System completed its second hot-fire test. Eleven years in the making, the most powerful NASA-built rocket since the Apollo program at last stands upright. Framed by the industrial test platform to which …

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Target Sheds Office Space in Switch to Flexible Work Model: Live Updates

Target Sheds Office Space in Switch to Flexible Work Model: Live Updates Target Sheds Office Space in Switch to Flexible Work Model: Live Updates Here’s what you need to know: Target will cease operations in the City Center building in downtown Minneapolis, relocating 3,500 employees.Credit…Lucy Nicholson/Reuters Target, a fixture in downtown Minneapolis, is giving up space in a large office …

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Iran Curbs Nuclear Inspectors, but Appears to Leave Space for a Deal

Iran Curbs Nuclear Inspectors, but Appears to Leave Space for a Deal

Iran Curbs Nuclear Inspectors, but Appears to Leave Space for a Deal Iran Curbs Nuclear Inspectors, but Appears to Leave Space for a Deal Iran appears to have partly lifted its threat to sharply limit international inspections of its nuclear facilities starting on Tuesday, giving Western nations three months to see if the beginnings of a new diplomatic initiative with …

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Silicon Valley’s Safe Space – The New York Times

Silicon Valley’s Safe Space - The New York Times

Silicon Valley’s Safe Space – The New York Times Silicon Valley’s Safe Space – The New York Times More than 7,500 people signed a petition urging The Times not to publish his name, including many prominent figures in the tech industry. “Putting his full name in The Times, the petitioners said, “would meaningfully damage public discourse, by discouraging private citizens …

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Voyager 2 Has Entered the Space Between Solar Systems

Voyager 2 Has Entered the Space Between Solar Systems

Voyager 2 Has Entered the Space Between Solar Systems Voyager 2 Has Entered the Space Between Solar Systems Forty years ago, in August and September of 1977, a band of humans launched a pair of robots to explore the solar system and probe the infinite darkness beyond. “3, 2, 1. We have ignition and we have liftoff!” Taking advantage of …

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Billionaires Bicker Over Space Toys

Billionaires Bicker Over Space Toys

Billionaires Bicker Over Space Toys Billionaires Bicker Over Space Toys This article is part of the On Tech newsletter. You can sign up here to receive it weekdays. Small satellites could help bring internet access to more of the world’s citizens. That’s cool. You know what’s uncool? Rich dudes fighting over whose space toys are better. Let me tell you …

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