innovateli.com Mar. 22, 2019
No. 381: Kirk Lives, Rockets Blast Off, Laser Beams Fire – And It’S A Water World After All
Welcome to Friday: You’ve done it, dear reader – the end of another busy workweek is upon us, and the first weekend of spring has sprung. Well played. It’s March 22 out there, marking the United Nation’s annual World Water Day, which reminds us that clean, potable water is “a human right.” (They take this to heart at Adelphi University, as you’ll see below.) More Power to you: With Saturday’s national Powerball jackpot soaring past...
pix11.com Jul. 24, 2018
Entrepreneur Launches 10-Year Mission To Build Commercial Rocket On Long Island
LONG ISLAND, N.Y. – When Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX launched its Falcon Heavy rocket earlier this year, it wasn’t just astonishing, it was historic. The colossal feat in engineering was the latest for the young company currently leading a revolution in space flight. It’s those feats that have inspired many including Max Haot.
theverge.com Jun. 26, 2018
Meet The Brooklyn Rocket Startup Testing Engines Out Of Storage Containers On Long Island
Brooklyn-based Launcher says it’s on a 10-year journey to build a small commercial rocket focused solely on sending tiny payloads to orbit. Launcher’s goal is to create a four-engine rocket that rises 65 feet high — about the height of a six-story building. And it should be able to put 662 pounds of cargo into low Earth orbit. Then, Launcher hopes to sell flights of the vehicle for less than $10 million a mission.
alleywatch.com Oct. 2, 2017
#Nyctech Week In Review - Alleywatch
With so much going on in the city’s thriving ecosystem, it is easy to miss some of the happenings in the space. We keep you abreast of a few of things that you may have missed in NYC Tech News this week including the fundings, exits, and events. CLICK HERE TO SEE WHAT HAPPENED IN NYC …