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Test will take place at U.S. Navy’s Pacific Missile Range Facility.
NASA plans to test its Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) project on Kauai later this week.
NASA’s LDSD project is a rocket-powered, saucer-shaped landing technology test vehicle that has the ability to fly into near-space.
The federal agency is set to launch the LDSD project starting June 28 and will launch four more tests throughout the week.
The test vehicle, which contains no little green men.
The tests will be carried live via UStream and simulcast on NASA Television.
In an unrelated matter, Hawaii has also made plans to reach out to extraterrestrial life by dedicating a UFO landing pad.
It’s located by the 1983 lava flow in Kalapana, according to West Hawaii Today.
“It’s potentially controversial” said Garry Hoffeld, who is the coordinator for the reinstated Kingdom of Hawaii. “We’re not crazy; we’re open-minded.”…
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A teacher exchange program will be one offshoot of an education cooperation agreement signed by the education superintendents of Hawaii and Hiroshima at an event in Honolulu.
Hawaiian Airlines and the TSA disagree on the wait times these days to get through security at Honolulu International Airport.
American and Chinese military representatives met at Pearl Harbor this week for two days of talks designed to “reduce the likelihood of incidents at sea and in the air,” the Pacific Fleet announced Wednesday.
Some nonprofits won and some lost out on state grants this year while lawmakers nixed legislation to reform the oft-criticized process.