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ARTEMIS I UPDATE: NASA to Roll Back Rocket and Spacecraft to Vehicle Assembly Building Starting Tonight at 11 p.m.

NASA is foregoing a launch opportunity Tuesday, Sept. 27, and preparing for a possible rollback, while continuing to watch the weather forecast associated with Tropical Storm Ian.  NASA officials said on Sunday Artemis I managers continue to closely monitor the weather forecast associated with Tropical Storm Ian as preparations for rolling back the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft to the Vehicle Assembly Building continue. […]

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Cirque Mystique Magic and Variety Show, With Special Guest Santa Claus, Coming to Space Coast Daily Park in Viera

Cirque Mystique Magic and Variety Show, with special guest Santa Claus, will present an exciting and mysterious magic and variety show with the Giovanni Anastasini Cirque performers from all around the world at Space Coast Daily Park in Viera. The Cirque Mystique Magic and Variety Show will perform 14 exciting shows from Friday, Nov. 25 to Sunday, Dec. 4. Log on to Eventbrite.com to obtain tickets. […]

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OBITUARY: Vera Lee Kraemer, 85, of Melbourne Began Her Life in Heaven Sept. 15

On September 15, 2022, Vera Lee Kraemer, 85, of Melbourne, Florida began her life in Heaven. Her spirit was gravitational in force. As such, strangers quickly became friends and gatherings/parties were a frequent pleasure. She loved themed events- dinners/ brunches and costume parties. She loved entertaining, and was the quintessential hostess. […]

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GORILLA ROOFING WEATHER REPORT: Forecast Calls for Rain Likely, High Near 89 for Brevard On Monday

The Space Coast Daily Weather Report is brought to you by Gorilla Roofing, Inc., a Florida roofing company you can trust. Located at 38 Nevins Court on Merritt Island, Florida, you can reach Gorilla Roofing by calling 321-613-5158 or email info@mygorillaroofing.com. […]

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Two-Vehicle Rollover Crash Leaves Three Seriously Injured, FHP Troopers Arrest One Driver for DUI

Florida Highway Patrol Troopers were on the scene of a two-vehicle crash in the early morning hours of Sunday near the intersection of U.S. Highway 1 and Dairy Road in Titusville. According to FHP Public Affairs Officer Lieutenant Tara Crescenzi, Troopers arrested Bryan Keith Holifield, 47, of Leaksville, Alabama, who was driving a 2004 Toyota Sequoia northbound in the southbound inside lane of U.S. Highway 1. According to FHP Public Affairs Officer Lieutenant Tara Crescenzi, Troopers arrested Bryan Keith Holifield, 47, of Leaksville, Alabama, who was driving a 2004 Toyota Sequoia northbound in the southbound inside lane of U.S. Highway 1.  […]

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WATCH: Hurricane Categories Explained By The Weather Channel Meteorologist Mark Elliot

During a hurricane you usually hear meteorologists refer to its intensity by categories. If you don’t know the difference between a category 1 and a category 5 hurricane, The Weather Channel meteorologist Mark Elliot breaks it down for you. […]

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ARTEMIS I UPDATE: Preparations Continue for Rolling Back Rocket and Spacecraft to Vehicle Assembly Building

NASA is foregoing a launch opportunity Tuesday, Sept. 27, and preparing for a possible rollback, while continuing to watch the weather forecast associated with Tropical Storm Ian.  NASA officials said on Sunday Artemis I managers continue to closely monitor the weather forecast associated with Tropical Storm Ian as preparations for rolling back the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft to the Vehicle Assembly Building continue. […]

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NHC: Tropical Storm Ian to Intensify into Major Hurricane – Point of Predicted Impact Currently Florida Panhandle

Florida residents are riveted on Tropical Storm Ian, which the National Hurricane Center is predicting will become a major hurricane and possibly hit somewhere along the Florida west coast. The big question at this point is exactly where landfall will happen. According to the 11 p.m. National Hurricane Center Forecast Cone, the storm is currently predicted to hit the Florida coast south of Tallahassee at 8 p.m. Thursday. […]

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Merritt Island High School Class of 1970 to Celebrate 50th Anniversary Reunion Delayed By COVID, Now Set Oct. 8

The Merritt Island High School Class of 1970 will celebrate their 50th-anniversary reunion on Saturday, Oct. 8 from 11:30 a.m. to dusk at the Marriott Courtyard Titusville Kennedy Space Center, located at 6450 Riverfront Center Boulevard. “Since we had to cancel our 50th MIHS reunion due to COVID, the committee decided to hold a 70th birthday celebration,” said Joanne Delgado. […]

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Satellite Beach Founder’s Day Marketplace Set for Saturday, Nov. 12, Secure Your Booth Space Now

Booth space for crafts, artists and wares is now available for the Satellite Beach Founder’s Day Marketplace set for Saturday, November 12. Enjoy a parade, music, live DJ, and food during this event that honors all who have served. […]

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Brevard County Announces Additional Sandbag Distribution Sites to Open Sunday as Hurricane Threatens Florida

Due to significant rain in North Merritt Island over the past few weeks and in anticipation of potential impacts from Tropical Depression #9, free sandbags will be available to residents. Brevard County officials announced additional sandbag distribution locations opening at 8 a.m. on Sunday in north, central and south Brevard. […]

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ARTEMIS UPDATE: NASA Foregoing Launch Opportunity Sept. 27, Preparing for Rollback to VAB Due to Tropical Storm Ian

NASA will hold a media teleconference at 12:30 p.m. EDT Friday, Sept. 23, to discuss the cryogenic demonstration test conducted Wednesday, Sept. 21, ahead of the next Artemis I launch attempt. Based on data from the test, teams are fine-tuning procedures for the next launch opportunity, targeted for no earlier than Sept. 27. The rocket remains in a safe and flight-ready configuration at the launch pad. […]

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NHC: Tropical Storm Ian Will Intensify Over the Next Few Days into Major Hurricane – Point of Impact Now Big Question

Florida residents are riveted on Tropical Storm Ian, which the National Hurricane Center is predicting will become a major Cat 3 hurricane and possibly hit somewhere along the Florida west coast. The big question at this point is where landfall will happen. The storm formed Friday, and Gov. Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency on Friday afternoon for 24 counties that are at risk of being hit. […]

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Eastern Florida State College to Highlight Bachelor’s Degrees Programs at Upcoming Expo October 27

Eastern Florida State College will highlight its Bachelor’s Degrees at a special event on Thursday, October 27. The EFSC Bachelor’s EXPO will be held from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Melbourne Campus in the Student Union, Bldg. 16, second-floor Multi-Purpose Room. […]

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Kiwanis Club of Melbourne Donates $9,720 to Sled Hockey Program at Space Coast IcePlex in Rockledge

Children and adults of the Space Coast Sled Hockey Team, along with visitors and members of the Space Coast IcePlex in Rockledge, will benefit from the Kiwanis Club of Melbourne with its donation of $9,720.31 to install handicap accessibility hardware to the doors at the Iceplex. Active in Melbourne for 98 years, the club recently sponsored the grant from the Florida Kiwanis Foundation to fund this project. […]

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Brevard County Will Hold Free Sandbag Distribution at Mitchell Ellington Park On Merritt Island Saturday

Due to significant rain in North Merritt Island over the past few weeks and in anticipation of potential impacts from Tropical Depression #9, free sandbags will be available to residents from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at Mitchell Ellington Park, located at 577 Hall Road, Merritt Island, FL, 32953. […]

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