Space

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Edward Dwight Aims for Orbit at Last

Six decades ago, Mr. Dwight’s shot at becoming the first Black astronaut in space was thwarted by racism and politics.…

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Business

The Basics of Smartphone Backups

It doesn’t take a lot of work to keep copies of your phone’s photos, videos and other files stashed securely…

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World

A Cafe for Cat People Opens Downtown

At Meow Parlour, people will be able to drink coffee and play with cats, and in some cases adopt them.

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World

A Dance Through Dusty Time: The Choreographic Bite of Beth Gill

In “Nail Biter,” a New York City premiere, this exacting choreographer explores her ballet roots and how to be in…

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World

Biden Takes Aim at SpaceX’s Tax-Free Ride in American Airspace

President Biden wants companies that use American airspace for rocket launches to start paying taxes into a federal fund that…

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World

As Threats in Space Mount, U.S. Lags in Protecting Key Services

The United States and China are locked in a new race, in space and on Earth, over a fundamental resource:…

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SpaceX Blazes Forward With Latest Starship Launch

The third try turned out to be closer to the charm for Elon Musk and SpaceX, as company’s mammoth Starship…

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A New York Loft Where the Art Comes First

IN THE 1960S and ’70s, clearing out and refinishing a downtown loft was a rite of passage for New York…

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World

Richard Truly, 86, Dies; Shuttle Astronaut Who Went On to Lead NASA

In 1983, he commanded a Challenger shuttle flight. After the 1986 disaster, he was charged with leading NASA’s return to…

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Atom Bombs in Space Are Back to Scare Us Again

Russian President Vladimir V. Putin may find that a nuclear weapon in orbit is less useful for war than intimidation.

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