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Digital Illustrations by Artem Rhad Cheboha

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Here’s the piece I was working on for the Sedona Chamber of Commerce! Thanks to Owens Harkey for piecing this together and making this amazing project come to life!


Lovatnet, Norway | Sergey Bogomyako

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SpaceX, the company founded by Tesla Motors Inc. (NYSE:TSLA) CEO Elon Musk, has moved one step closer to competeing for lucrative launch contracts for launching sophisticated national security satellites.

SpaceX said late last week that he Air Force certified SpaceX’s Falcon 9 launch system,  a key milestone in the certification process, after inspecting data from three of the rocket’s successful flights over the past year.

The company expects to satisfy the remaining certification requirements later this year, which could lossen the grip  aerospace giants Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) and Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT) have had on building spy satellites for the U.S. space program for eight years.

SpaceX has logged nine launches with the Falcon 9 and is also building a bigger rocket, called Falcon Heavy, capable of lifting the government’s bulkier satellites.

Even if SpaceX’s rockets satisfy all of the government’s requirements, the Air Force could choose to award contracts to another company.

"Despite the certification, I’m sure there are some people in the Air Force who are worried about the reliability of the Falcon 9 going forward," Loren Thompson, a SpaceX critic and aerospace policy analyst for the Lexington Institute in Virginia, told the LA Times. “So, SpaceX is not a shoo-in to win the next competition for military launch services.”

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Cat by Miloš Jovanović on Flickr.

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Boulder Opal

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Andradite var. Demantoid from Namibia

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"Sometimes there’s so much beauty in the world, I feel like I can’t take it, and my heart is just going to cave in."

American Beauty (1999) dir. Sam Mendes

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