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Displaying items by tag: Texas

Sunday, 22 February 2009 19:53

Update to mysterious fireball over Texas

The fireball that streaked across central Texas (U.S.A.) on February 15, 2009, has been identified. Two University of North Texas astronomers say they found pieces of the meteorite the size of "large pecans" in a pasture south of Dallas.

Published in Space
Monday, 15 September 2008 18:22

NASA's Johnson Space Center remains closed from Ike

As of Monday, September 15, 2008, the Johnson Space Center (JSC), just south of Houston, Texas, will likely remain closed the entire week as personnel carry out recovery operations from Hurricane Ike in order to return the space center to normal space shuttle and space station support operations.

Published in Space
Tuesday, 22 July 2008 21:01

Texas plans to blow itself green

State officials in Texas gave the initial go-ahead to construct the largest wind-power project in the United States. The $4.93 billion project will add to Texas being the number one state in wind power.

Published in Energy
If you want to repair computers in Texas then you need to complete a three year apprenticeship and get your private investigator license first. Either that or face a year in jail, according to an amendment to the Texas Occupations Code...

Published in Technology Regulation
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