Jeff Bezos Will Go to Space on Blue Origin’s First Crewed Flight

Amazon.com and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos will fly on the first crewed flight of the New Shepard suborbital vehicle, the billionaire announced on Instagram on Monday (June 7). The flight is scheduled for July 20, the 52nd anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. via Technology and News Today https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/jeff-bezos-will-go-to-space-on-blue-origins-first-crewed-flight/

Ganymede Looks Glorious in New Images from NASA’s Juno Mission

The photos from a historic flyby of our solar system’s largest moon are starting to roll in. On Monday (June 7), NASA’s Juno probe zoomed within just 645 miles (1,038 kilometers) of Jupiter’s enormous satellite Ganymede, which is bigger than the planet Mercury. via Technology and News Today https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ganymede-looks-glorious-in-new-images-from-nasas-juno-mission/

Say goodbye to the Keystone XL pipeline, for real this time

It’s official: the Keystone XL is going away for good. The pipeline’s developer announced Wednesday that it’s terminating the project. For years, the Obama, Trump, and Biden administrations have gone back and forth on allowing the massive transcontinental project to move forward. via Technology and News Today https://www.theverge.com/2021/6/9/22526790/keystone-xl-pipeline-tc-energy-terminates

Ten years of breaches in one image

This is a map of the internet’s biggest sources of breached data, from June 2011 to today. The data is drawn from Troy Hunt’s Have I Been Pwned project (with minor adjustments), so you can click through to the site to see if you’re included. via Technology and News Today https://www.theverge.com/22518557/data-breach-infographic-leaked-passwords-have-i-been-pwned