NASA's Parker Solar Probe Launch: A Historic Interview To Touch The Sun

NASA's Parker Solar Probe Launch: A Historic Interview To Touch The Sun

NASA made history on August 12, 2018, launching the Parker Solar Probe; their first ever mission to touch the sun. Luckily, I was invited by NASA to come down to Cape Canaveral to have a front row seat to the rocket launch! While there, I had the opportunity and pleasure of interviewing Felipe Ruiz, who is the Deputy Lead Mechanical Engineer from John’s Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.

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Remembering Today

Remembering Today

Memorial Day Weekend has always held a special place in my heart. As a Volunteer Fireman in my hometown, for eight years I marched in the local Memorial Day Parade. At the end of the parade everyone would congregate for a Memorial Day service. We would pay tribute with a gun salute from the local Veterans Organization and a few words in memory of those in the service who have passed before us. 

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Moving To New York City

Moving To New York City

New York City. The Big Apple. The Nexus of the Universe. Whatever you call it, it is one of the most unique places on earth and 8.4 Million people call it home. Many of those people moved here from other places in order to pursue their dream. New York City is the promise land of opportunity in the United States. However, moving to New York City is hard.  

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