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Rumor is #NASA and #ESA want to “rename” Uranus!

Recently the Cosmic Cafe Show has been hearing rumblings from our contacts deep within #NASA that high-up NASA, ESA and China Space Officials are getting tired of Uranus being the “butt end” of jokes!

Our confidential contacts inform us that currently the project to rename Uranus is being officially denied by their superiors.

However, some contacts have indicated that this rumor has escalated within the past 6 weeks, after President Trump (@realDonaldTrump) issued his directive on February 19, 2019 for the formation of a new “Space Force”!

Here at the Cosmic Cafe we are certainly keeping our inquiries with our contacts active and endeavor to bring to you a future #CafePodcast featuring some of the leaked names that are being considered for the gaseous Uranus!

We would like to get your input, and of course since our contacts in NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) do anonymously read our posts, listen to our new Podcasts, and have watched our TV show for years – your suggestion might become the new name selected for Uranus! Who knows?! 🙂

Watch for UFOs on LIVE HD Video of Earth from the Intnl Space Station!

Hi Cafe Fans!

If you want to watch for UFOs LIVE from the HD Cams on the International Space Station – you NOW can sit and watch all you want!

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SpaceX unveils its first manned spacecraft

SpaceX unveils Dragon V2, its first manned spacecraft

One of the new spacecraft’s advantages is its ability to be reused after a soft landing and its propellants are reloaded, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says.

CREDIT: C|Net
CREDIT: C|Net

HAWTHORNE, Calif. — After years of development, SpaceX gave the public its first look Thursday at Dragon V2, a manned spacecraft it hopes will one day taxi astronauts to the International Space Station.

The spacecraft, the company’s first designed to be piloted Continue reading SpaceX unveils its first manned spacecraft