Last night, NASA's 322-foot-tall, 5.75-million-ton Mega Moon rocket made its slow trek from Kennedy Space Center to its launch site four miles away. Before a launch date is set, the rocket will go through a few weeks of testing. But who's the MVP? A 6.6 million-pound crawler that carried the darn thing without complaining once.
“I don’t know how to live. I don’t know. I really don’t know.”
Mikhail Fridman, a Russian oligarch who has publicly opposed the war, was interviewed by Bloomberg about life under sanctions. According to Fridman, his bank card in the United Kingdom has been frozen, and he requires a license from the British government to spend any money.He also recognized the struggles of Ukrainians: “My problems are really nothing compared with their problems.”
A message from Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Russian people. (@Schwarzenegger)