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Watch live: Rocket Lab plans launch, booster catch with helicopter after days of delays

Watch live: Rocket Lab plans launch, booster catch with helicopter after days of delays

Science
ORLANDO, Fla., May 2 (UPI) -- Unfavorable weather conditions pushed Rocket Lab's 26th launch of an Electron booster to the end of last week, and the company decided to wait for Monday to take a shot at catching the rocket with a helicopter for the first time. With final checks on its recovery system under way, the company now plans for liftoff around 6:41 p.m. EDT from Mahia Peninsula in New Zealand. The mission, called "There and back again," will mark the first time Rocket Lab has attempted to recover one of its first stage boosters. If recovery with the helicopter is successful, the company also plans to conduct it's first booster offloading, with the aircraft dropping the rocket on to a waiting ship. "We don't usually give mother nature quite so much power over launch timing, but fo...
Watch: Joe Musgrove throws first no-hitter in San Diego Padres history

Watch: Joe Musgrove throws first no-hitter in San Diego Padres history

Sports
April 9 (UPI) -- Right-hander Joe Musgrove has tossed the first no-hitter in the 53-year history of the San Diego Padres. The 28-year-old Musgrove accomplished the historic feat during the Padres' 3-0 win over the Texas Rangers on Friday night at Globe Life Field. Advertisement Musgrove struck out 10 and walked none in the outing, allowing only one Rangers player, Joey Gallo, to reach base on a hit by pitch in the fourth inning. He threw 112 pitches -- with 77 of those being strikes -- and induced 13 swings-and-misses. Entering Friday night's matchup against the Rangers, the Padres were the only remaining MLB team without a no-hitter. Musgrove, a native of San Diego County, snapped the club's streak of regular-season games without a no-hitter at 8,206. Musgrove, who previously played for ...
Watch: Kyuhyun shares ‘Coffee’ music video teasers

Watch: Kyuhyun shares ‘Coffee’ music video teasers

Entertainment
April 8 (UPI) -- South Korean singer Kyuhyun is giving a glimpse of his new music video. The 33-year-old K-pop star, a member of the boy band Super Junior, released a preview Thursday of his video for the song "Coffee." Advertisement The teaser features actress Chae Soo-bin and actor Gong Myung as childhood friends who appear to have developed feelings for each other now that they are older. Kyuhyun shared a first teaser for "Coffee" on Tuesday that shows Chae Soo-bin and Gong Myung's characters at school. [embedded content] "Coffee" is part of Kyuhyun's 2021 Project: 季 series and will represent the season of spring. The series also consists of the summer-themed single "Dreaming," the fall-themed song "Daystar" and the winter-themed track "Moving On." Kyuhyun will release the "Coffee" si...
WATCH: ‘Game of Thrones’ star Emilia Clarke plays FBI murder victim in ‘Above Suspicion’

WATCH: ‘Game of Thrones’ star Emilia Clarke plays FBI murder victim in ‘Above Suspicion’

Entertainment
April 1 (UPI) -- Lionsgate released the trailer for the upcoming movie Above Suspicion Thursday. Emilia Clarke plays Susan Smith in the true story of an FBI Informant murdered by an agent. The trailer shows Susan aiding and abetting her husband (Karl Glusman) robbing a bank. FBI Agent Mark Putnam (Jack Huston) offers Susan a deal to inform on the bank robbery gang. Advertisement Putnam promises to keep Susan's husband out of prison, and help relocate her and her children. Their arrangements leads to a successful bust at first. Susan begins an affair with Putnam. Their situation gets further complicated when Susan becomes pregnant with Putnam's child. The real-life Putnam was released from prison in 2000 after serving 10 years of a 16 year sentence for the murder of Susan. He is the first...
Liberty Steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta promises workers ‘no plants will close under my watch’

Liberty Steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta promises workers ‘no plants will close under my watch’

Business
Liberty Steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta has promised thousands of UK workers facing uncertainty after the collapse of lender Greensill that he will not close any of its plants.In an interview with Sky News, Mr Gupta gave a bullish assessment of prospects for the business - while admitting the collapse was a "shock to the system". He said his business empire had already been in the process of switching away from Greensill as a source of financing and that his only regret was not doing so earlier. Image: The Liberty plant at Rotherham is part of Mr Gupta's steel empire In comments directed at Liberty Steel's 3,000 UK workers, Mr Gupta said: "I will not give up on you. You are my family."Under my watch, none of my steel plants will close, I p...