NASA celebrates successful completion of SpaceX Demo-2 test flight
The SpaceX Crew Dragon, nicknamed Endeavour, launched from the Kennedy Space Center on May 30, taking American astronauts to the International Space Station. One America's Lilia Fifield spoke with NASA Deputy Administrator Jim Morhard to discuss the first successful flight of a commercial vehicle to the ISS.
President Donald Trump announces that millions of rapid coronavirus tests will be sent to states this week and is urging governors to use them to reopen schools. The Rose Garden announcement included an in-person demonstration of the test. (Sept. 28) At least 43 USC students living in off-campus housing have tested positive for the coronavirus. More than 100 students have been asked to quarantine. CBS Los Angeles' Kara Finnstrom has the latest. If you're one of the 85-million people tested so far for COVID-19, you might be surprised to find a hefty price tag attached to your test.
Because of federal legislation, you don't have to pay it, but that doesn't mean it won't cost you in the long run. Join astronaut Frank Rubio and leaders from NASA on Oct. 7 at 2 p.m. ET as we celebrate the contributions of Hispanic Americans across the agency during a special program titled "Hispanics: Be Proud of Your Past, Embrace the Future." Participants for this Hispanic Heritage Month program include:
Jim Green, NASA chief scientist
Bettina Inclán, NASA associate administrator for Communications
Clara O'Farrell, Mars Entry, Descent and Landing Engineer
Erika Podest, climate scientist
Opening remarks by NASA associate administrator Steve Jurczyk.