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02/05/2018
On February 6, 1971, Apollo 14 astronaut Al Shepard became the first person to hit a golf ball on the moon. See how it happened in our On This Day In Space video series.

02/05/2018
You can watch SpaceX's Starman mannequin ride a Tesla Roadster in space live on YouTube after the successful Falcon Heavy test launch of Feb. 6, 2018. Check it out!

02/05/2018
SpaceX/YouTube On February 6, Elon Musk and SpaceX plan to launch the Falcon Heavy rocket, carrying a Tesla Roadster. An animation that SpaceX uploaded to YouTube on Monday shows the ideal sequence of events, all set to music by David Bowie. Plenty could go wrong or blow up during the launch, but if things work out, there will eventually be a Tesla Roadster orbiting Mars. If all goes as planned, there will soon be a midnight cherry "original Tesla Roadster, playing [David Bowie's] Space Oddity, on a billion year elliptic Mars orbit," according to Elon Musk. A new animation released by SpaceX shows the ideal sequence of events that the company hopes will come to pass with the launch of its Falcon Heavy rocket. The event is scheduled for February 6, between 1:30 and 4:30 p.m. ET.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Elon Musk wants to live on Mars, but this planetary scientist says that's a terrible ideaSee Also:Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk shared a moment of bromance ahead of SpaceX's monster rocket launchElon Musk plans to launch a Tesla Roadster to Mars orbit this week — and a new photo shows a dummy driver called ‘Starman’SpaceX has received permission from the US government to launch Elon Musk's car toward MarsSEE ALSO: Elon Musk plans to launch a Tesla Roadster to Mars orbit this week — and a new photo shows a dummy driver called ‘Starman’

02/05/2018
Netflix Netflix released "The Cloverfield Paradox" right after the Super Bowl. Critics are calling it a "trainwreck," and it has a 16% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. This is a surprise, since the other two movies in the franchise were well-received by critics, especially 2016's "10 Cloverfield Lane."   Netflix released a trailer for "The Cloverfield Paradox," the highly anticipated third movie in the "Cloverfield" franchise, during the Super Bowl on Sunday night. And then it released the movie on Netflix right after the game. This was shocking given that, as of early January, Paramount was set to release the movie in theaters in April. The reveal stunt was great, but unfortunately critics hate the movie. Right now, it has a 16% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The first movie, "Cloverfield" (2008), has a 77% rating, and the second movie, "10 Cloverfield Lane," has an impressive 90%. So why is "The Cloverfield Paradox" so bad? We collected some of the rotten reviews from critics to give you an idea. You can watch the trailer below, and you can watch "The Cloverfield Paradox" on Netflix right now.  Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/8brYvhEg5AwWidth: 560pxHeight: 315px  "A trainwreck of a sci-fi flick bent on extending a franchise that should have died a peaceful death almost exactly one decade ago." Netflix The Hollywood Reporter "Perhaps what makes The Cloverfield Paradox so frustrating is that it squanders the gifts it has been given." Netflix Slashfilm "The true paradox of this movie is that those enjoyably wild twists alone would've made this film a whole lot of fun to watch with a big multiplex audience, even as inconsistent and ultimately illogical it turns out to be." Netflix The Playlist  See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Amazon's 26 original TV shows, ranked from worst to bestThe biggest box-office hit the year you were bornThe 50 best TV show seasons of all time, according to criticsSEE ALSO: Danny McBride told us how he got involved in that fake 'Crocodile Dundee' movie, which was actually a $27 million ad campaign for Australian tourism

02/05/2018
United States Library of Congress Martin Luther King's family is speaking out against Ram's Super Bowl ad, which had a voiceover from a speech the civil rights activist gave 50 years ago.  Many have criticized Ram's decision to use King's speech on service and greatness in order to sell trucks since it aired during the Super Bowl.   The move was criticized by King's family and memorial on Twitter.    Martin Luther King's family has spoken out against Ram's ad that heavily quotes the civil rights activist. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: This boat attachment for your Jet Ski gives you the best of both worldsSee Also:What 'Dilly Dilly' means — and how Bud Light came up with its viral campaignThis photographer captured shots of New Yorkers on their way to work for 10 years — and it shows how repetitive a commute can bePeople hate Ram's Super Bowl ad, which uses a Martin Luther King Jr. speech to sell trucksSEE ALSO: All the ads that ran during the Super Bowl, in order

02/05/2018
YouTube/themoviechannel Wayne Berendhuysen, Dutch cosplayer, has created an Iron Man armor suit that actually has working parts. Its mask opens and closes just like the real thing, and it has both repulsor beams built into the arms and rocket boosters on its back. Berendhuysen says channeling his creative side into this project helped him through his depression.  "Iron Man" fans will be left thinking anything is possible after seeing this amazing fan-made suit. Over the years, Tony Stark has done plenty of weird and wonderful things with his Iron Man armor, and although there have been the occasional Iron Man armor style missteps, such as that odd nose or exceptionally chunky boots, in general the Iron Man series has a long legacy of making its hero look incredibly cool. As such, it’s no surprise to see others trying to get in on the "Iron Man" armor action. Within the Marvel universe, a number of other characters have donned suits over time, with even The Punisher getting his hands on the War Machine armor to make Frank Castle even more lethal. However, nothing quite beats the fan-made Iron Man suits, and comic and movie fans have tried to recreate Tony Stark’s designs plenty of times.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: JIM ROSS: Here's who will take over WWE after Vince McMahonSee Also:'Modern Family' star Sarah Hyland just brilliantly exposed sexist double standards on social media10 of the most shocking royal family feuds in historyThe internet is conviced that Margot Robbie's doppleganger is an actress from decades ago


02/04/2018
Youtube/Amazon Amazon ran a commercial for its Alexa voice technology during the Super Bowl. In the ad, Alexa tries to give the weather for Austin, Texas, but then loses her voice. People are saying — seriously or not — that it might be a hint of where Amazon will ultimately place its HQ2 project. Eagle-eyed viewers of the Super Bowl spotted something most people missed in Amazon's commercial for its Alexa voice assistant. Before Alexa "loses her voice" in the commercial and is replaced by famous stand-ins, she tries to give the weather for Austin, Texas, to a woman brushing her teeth. Austin is one of the cities in the running for Amazon's HQ2 project, and it's considered one of the best candidates for the project by many analysts.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: What 'Dilly Dilly' means — and how Bud Light came up with its viral campaignSee Also:This year's Super Bowl commercials are more expensive than ever — here's your complete guide to all the ads that will airAmazon could make a bracelet that tracks workers' movements and buzzes them if they move in the wrong directionCities that lure Amazon with incentives may be getting a 'bad bargain,' new study saysSEE ALSO: We went to Whole Foods' answer to Trader Joe's to see who does it better — here's the verdict

02/04/2018
Lucasfilm Disney and Lucasfilm debuted the first full trailer for its Han Solo movie Monday morning on "Good Morning America." A teaser for the "Star Wars" spin-off debuted during Super Bowl 2018. You can watch it here.  "Solo: A Star Wars Story" will follow the adventures of a young Han Solo, Chewbacca, and Lando Calrissian (Donald Glover). We'll see some cool new robots, meet a few new characters played by Emilia Clarke and Woody Harrelson, and will see some killer capes. "Solo" will be in theaters May 25, 2018. Watch the full trailer below. Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/dNW0B0HsvVsWidth: 800pxHeight: 450px  NOW WATCH: An exercise scientist explains what everyone gets wrong about stretchingSee Also:Even people who hate to run have a blast competing in a Disney World race — here's what it's likePepper Potts will be in the next 'Avengers' movie and she may show off some super powersThe first reactions to 'Black Panther' are here — and critics say it's 'straight up revolutionary'

02/04/2018
Paramount NBC made millions from Super Bowl ads from Netflix, Amazon, HBO and Hulu. But as the network tried to use the big game last night to promote its new shows and its massive bet on the Winter Olympics, it's also encouraging people to ditch live TV. It's symbolic of a unique conundrum TV networks face currently. Streaming services need to run ads during big live events on TV. But ultimately they threaten to hammer the TV ad business. Netflix last night handed NBC upwards of $5 million for a Super Bowl ad — just to tell an expected television audience of 100 million or so people to stream an-out of-nowhere sequel to sci-fi hit "Cloverfield" after the game. Stream it, that is, instead of watching NBC's all-new, way-hyped, episode of "This is Us." Hulu also ran a Super Bowl ad to promote its upcoming series from Stephen King and J.J. Abrams called "Castle Rock." Amazon did the same for its new "Jack Ryan" series, as did HBO to promote a trailer for season 2 of "Westworld."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: The surprising reason some countries drive on the left side of the roadSee Also:Only people in DC got to see a bizarre Super Bowl commercial with a Trump impersonator and the Redskins' quarterbackVerizon came back to the Super Bowl for the first time since 2011 with this incredibly emotional commercialPeople hate Dodge Ram's Super Bowl ad, which uses a Martin Luther King speech to sell trucks

02/04/2018
After weeks of anticipation, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has released his music video animation of his company's first Falcon Heavy rocket launching a car to Mars. And as you'd expect, it's awesome. (Check it out above.)

02/04/2018
After weeks of anticipation, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has released his music video animation of his company's first Falcon Heavy rocket launching a car to Mars. And as you'd expect, it's awesome. (Check it out here.)

02/04/2018
After weeks of anticipation, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has released his music video animation of his company's first Falcon Heavy rocket launching a car to Mars. And, as you'd expect, it's awesome. (Check it out here.)

02/04/2018
Leon Neal/Getty Images Iran has reportedly arrested nearly 5,000 people during recent protests. The protests began in late December and have continued through 2018, and are the country's biggest unrest in a decade. New protests have been sparked by the #WhiteWednesdays movement on social media, have seen women resisting the country's mandatory hijab laws. The US has been outspoken in its support of continued protests. Iran has arrested nearly 5,000 people during recent protests, according to an Iranian member of Parliament. Alireza Rahimi posted on messaging service Telegram last week that local authorities arrested thousands of demonstrators in January, reports Associated Press.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A Georgetown professor explains how Martin Luther King Jr. 'has been severely whitewashed'See Also:RANKED: The most authoritarian regimes in the worldLos Angeles police say a school shooting that wounded 4 children was accidentalTrump asks Congress to pass legislation making sure US aid 'only goes to America's friends'SEE ALSO: The extravagant lives of the 'Rich Kids of Tehran' are fueling Iran's protests — take a look

02/04/2018
Cyprus Air Heating, Cooling and Fireplaces/YouTube Super Bowl viewers in the Washington, DC area saw a bizarre commercial with an impersonator of President Donald Trump. Kirk Cousins, quarterback for the Washington Redskins, co-starred in the spot. It's the second year the company, Cyprus Air Fireplace Systems, aired a regional commercial featuring "Trump." Viewers in the DC area were treated to a bizarre local Super Bowl commercial with an impersonator of President Donald Trump and the quarterback for the Washington Redskins selling fireplaces. The company, Cyprus Air Fireplace Systems, aired a similar spot with impersonator John Di Domenico last year, calling both the "funniest local commercial."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: The surprising reason some countries drive on the left side of the roadSee Also:Verizon came back to the Super Bowl for the first time since 2011 with this incredibly emotional commercialPeople hate Dodge Ram's Super Bowl ad, which uses a Martin Luther King speech to sell trucksYou'll be able to share gifs of every big Super Bowl moment during the game thanks to the startup TenorSEE ALSO: This year's Super Bowl commercials are more expensive than ever — here's your complete guide to all the ads that will air DON'T MISS: Trump takes a thinly veiled shot at NFL protests in presidential message prior to Super Bowl — and none of the players knelt

02/04/2018
NFL/YouTube Eli Manning, Odell Beckham Jr., and other members of the New York Giants channeled "Dirty Dancing" for a Super Bowl 2018 commercial.  The teammates started dancing to "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes.  Manning and Beckham completed the "Dirty Dancing" lift made famous by Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey.  The fun commercial is a nod at future opportunities for other NFL teams not in this year's Super Bowl.  There's also been talk of Manning leaving the Giants, so this could be a nod at the future seasons for the Giants teammates.  Watch the hilarious commerical below. Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/KUoD-gPDahwWidth: 800pxHeight: 450px  NOW WATCH: The surprising reason some countries drive on the left side of the roadSee Also:12 surprising things you probably never knew about the Super BowlWatch Leslie Jones replace Alexa's voice and argue with J.B. Smoove in Amazon's Super Bowl commercialHere's what happened last time Justin Timberlake performed at the Super Bowl — and why many are angry he'll perform again

02/04/2018
NFL/YouTube Eli Manning, Odell Beckham Jr., and other members of the New York Giants channeled "Dirty Dancing" for a Super Bowl 2018 commercial.  The teammates started dancing to "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes.  Manning and Beckham completed the "Dirty Dancing" lift made famous by Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey.  The fun commercial is a nod at future opportunities for other NFL teams not in this year's Super Bowl.  There's also been talk of Manning leaving the Giants, so this could be a nod at the future seasons for the Giants teammates.  Watch the hilarious commerical below. Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/KUoD-gPDahwWidth: 800pxHeight: 450px  NOW WATCH: Why most scientists don't care about these incredible UFO videosSee Also:12 surprising things you probably never knew about the Super BowlHere's what happened last time Justin Timberlake performed at the Super Bowl — and why many are angry he'll perform againWatch Leslie Jones replace Alexa's voice and argue with J.B. Smoove in Amazon's Super Bowl commercial

02/04/2018
  Verizon Verizon returned to the Super Bowl for the first time since 2011 with an emotional ad celebrating first responders. The 60-second commercial titled "Answering the Call" captures emotional phone calls between first responders and the real people whose lives they helped save. Apart from Verizon, Budweiser also used the Super Bowl stage to highlight its community service efforts. Verizon made a Super Bowl comeback for the first time since 2011 with an emotional spot featuring first responders.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: An exercise scientist explains what everyone gets wrong about stretchingSee Also:People hate Dodge Ram's Super Bowl ad, which uses a Martin Luther King speech to sell trucksYou'll be able to share gifs of every big Super Bowl moment during the game thanks to the startup TenorHere are the top 10 buzziest commercials of Super Bowl 2018SEE ALSO: Crock-Pot is winning the Super Bowl without even having a commercial DON'T MISS: This year's Super Bowl commercials are more expensive than ever — here's your complete guide to all the ads that will air

02/04/2018
  Verizon Verizon returned to the Super Bowl for the first time since 2011 with an emotional ad celebrating first responders. The 60-second commercial titled "Answering the Call" captures emotional phone calls between first responders and the real people whose lives they helped save. Apart from Verizon, Budweiser also used the Super Bowl stage to highlight its community service efforts. Verizon made a Super Bowl comeback for the first time since 2011 with an emotional spot featuring first responders.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: The surprising reason some countries drive on the left side of the roadSee Also:People hate Dodge Ram's Super Bowl ad, which uses a Martin Luther King speech to sell trucksYou'll be able to share gifs of every big Super Bowl moment during the game thanks to the startup TenorHere are the top 10 buzziest commercials of Super Bowl 2018SEE ALSO: Crock-Pot is winning the Super Bowl without even having a commercial DON'T MISS: This year's Super Bowl commercials are more expensive than ever — here's your complete guide to all the ads that will air

02/04/2018
  Verizon Verizon returned to the Super Bowl for the first time since 2011 with an emotional ad celebrating first responders. The 60-second commercial titled "Answering the Call" captures emotional phone calls between first responders and the real people whose lives they helped save. Apart from Verizon, Budweiser also used the Super Bowl stage to highlight its community service efforts. Verizon made a Super Bowl comeback for the first time since 2011 with an emotional spot featuring first responders.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A Georgetown professor explains how Martin Luther King Jr. 'has been severely whitewashed'See Also:People hate Dodge Ram's Super Bowl ad, which uses a Martin Luther King speech to sell trucksYou'll be able to share gifs of every big Super Bowl moment during the game thanks to the startup TenorHere are the top 10 buzziest commercials of Super Bowl 2018SEE ALSO: Crock-Pot is winning the Super Bowl without even having a commercial DON'T MISS: This year's Super Bowl commercials are more expensive than ever — here's your complete guide to all the ads that will air


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