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Hidden Figures Movie Review
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Hidden Figures Movie Review

By: Jasmine Britt Not many people knew that three African-American women were vital components in helping the U.S. beat Russia into space in 1962. Based on the book of the same name by Margot Lee Shetterly, “Hidden Figures” tells a history that isn’t written in our history books. This is a real story that needed...

Kennedy Space Center showcases wildlife
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Kennedy Space Center showcases wildlife

It is the night before our morning launch and the Corsair team is preparing for an all-nighter of shuttle and astronaut observation. As this blog is being composed the shuttle’s external hydrogen tank is being filled in preparation for the vessel’s 13-day interstellar mission.   During our time here we’ve been able to catch glimpses...

First day of NASA coverage concludes
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First day of NASA coverage concludes

We are here in the official NASA Kennedy Space Center news center and have completed the first press conferences of our stay.  We positioned the high definition camera in the conference room and made sure to set up early in order to reserve our spot. The technician running sound cables told us that there are...

Multimedia department preps for NASA launch
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Multimedia department preps for NASA launch

HD camera? Check. Boom microphone? Check. Reporter’s notebook? Check. Journalistic objectivity? Check. Jubilant anticipation that will probably make me lose sleep? Check. In a dynamic journalism career that has had its ups and downs, I’ve had an opportunity to get close and personal with some intriguing and historic subjects, but none can match the Discovery...