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All 2014 in Texas

  • 1 in Houston, Texas, USA

    With the United States’ NASA space shuttle program being shut down in 2011, just 42 years after being the first nation to land people on the moon, and India planning to send people to space in 2016, the super powers of space are changing hands. When asking these two boys Read more [...]

  • 8 in Webster, Texas, US

    The Challenger 7 Memorial Park is a park in Webster, Texas, where NASA has its flight control center. The Challenger was a space shuttle that blew up, killing 6 astronauts and a teacher on board as it took off. The 7 who died are known as the Challenger 7. “As Read more [...]

  • Lies in Houston, Texas, US

    KBR, an American Fortune 500 company and former subsidiary of Halliburton, is a construction company and private military contractor with the U.S. Military, including during World War II, the Vietnam War, and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Over the years they have been the subject of numerous controversies, including international scandals with Read more [...]

  • Seed in Galveston, Texas, US

    Established by Spanish pirate Louis-Michel Aury, Galveston is an island in the Gulf of Mexico. It was hit by a hurricane in 1900 and was the deadliest natural disaster in the history of North America. In 2008 it was once again struck by a hurricane, displacing 16,000 families and destroying Read more [...]

  • In in San Antonio, Texas, US

    Guinness World Records is a reference book in its 61st version of print, and the most stolen book in America. In recent years they have extended to a television series and museums. The couple, on one of their weekly dates, wanted to keep it simple. They chose in because they Read more [...]

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