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Pittsburgh’s first mission control center to land at Carnegie Mellon University ahead of 2022 lunar rover launch

Carnegie Mellon University will send its first rover, Iris, to the moon this year.

By Kiley Koscinski/WESA

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NASA estimates metrics of exploding meteor that shook ground in Pittsburgh area

The space agency’s Meteor Watch says a “reasonable assumption” of the speed of the meteor at about 45,000 mph would allow a “ballpark” estimate of its size as about a yard in diameter with a mass close to half a ton.

By The Associated Press

Smart Talk: Tax deadline approaches, what this means for stimulus recipients and the unemployed

Also, The Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover makes historic landing
By Merideth Bucher