· Watch NASA astronauts fly SpaceX’s Crew Dragon using touchscreens →
(To be fair, the simulator does say it features the “controls of the actual interface used by NASA Astronauts to manually pilot the SpaceX Dragon 2 vehicle.”)
· NASA astronauts successfully pilot SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft manually for the first time →
They’re able to go without the suits in the pressurized cabin during its transit to the ISS, only needing to put them back on for space station docking, and the interior of Crew Dragon actually provides them a fair amount of room to move around in.
· Director Ani Acopian breaks down her drone-shot video, ’A World Artists Love’ →
Acopian says the nature of the shoot required a fair bit of improvisation on the part of the crew, particularly with some scene utilizing up to 60 extras.
· For a Moment of Taste: It's vegan evangelism, targeted at consumers →
Also, one wonders how fair it is to argue for a shift away from meat-eating to battle climate change, while there are many other forms of consumption with much larger carbon footprints.
· Startups Weekly: Remote-first work will mean 'globally fair compensation' →
But ultimately, he thinks that for “moral and competitive reasons, companies will move toward globally fair compensation over time with roles that can be done from anywhere.”
The New York Times
· In Days of Discord, President Trump Fans the Flames →
It is fair to say that 2020 has turned out to be a year that has frayed the fabric of American society with an accumulation of anguish that has whipsawed the country and its people.
· Revolutionary Guards block clemency for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe →
“It is fair to say that what Nazanin has gone through amounts to psychological torture,” he told the Observer.
· Killer Mike's viral speech cuts to the heart of the nationwide protests →
I'm not here to arbitrate what is or isn't a fair criticism of Michael Render.
· Derek McInnes: Aberdeen will assume 1 August restart until told differently →
With a fair wind and the virus behaving itself and of course the population behaving itself - there is reward for keeping a distance of two metres and not mixing your families because if you don't we'll go backwards - I think you could put in a shaded pencil 1 August.
· An Abrupt Shift In Business Will Challenge Carpenter's Self-Improvement Story →
Between discounted cash flow and EV/EBITDA (based upon a through-cycle multiple), I believe fair value for Carpenter is in the mid-to-high $20s (DCF supports the higher end).