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A long awaited rocket powered flight over the southern New Mexico desert on Saturday was much shorter than Virgin Galactic had hoped for.
About 50 minutes after takeoff, a live stream from NASA spaceflight.com appeared to show spaceship to unity separating from the carrier and its rocket engine firing for just about a second before shutting down early.
The company later explained on Twitter after being released from its mothership spaceship to Unity's onboard computer that monitors the rocket motor loss connection as designed this triggered a fail safe scenario that intentionally halted ignition of the rocket motor Apple CEO, Tim cook doesn't believe companies need to choose between success and helping the environment.
And he plans to challenge other companies to take that to heart.
According to prepared remarks cook is expected to say at the UN Climate ambition summit this week.
The choice between the bottom line and the future of our planet is a false one.
And each new green innovation offers the proof.
Ultimately, Cook says Apple wants its entire supply chain and product usage to be carbon neutral within a decade.
Hackers supported by a foreign government have been monitoring email at the US Treasury Department and a federal agency responsible for deciding internet and telecommunications policy.
According to a report from Reuters, citing unidentified sources familiar with the matter Acoma spokesperson said, "we can confirm there has been a breach in one of our bearus, we have asked CISI and the FBI to investigate and we comment further at this time." Stay updated with the latest by visiting CNET.