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Week in Review: The most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of May 24, 2020

Find out about the latest technology and startup news from the past week. Here are the most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of May 24, 2020.

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The most popular stories on GeekWire

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SpaceX today launched two NASA astronauts to the International Space Station, making it the first company to send people into orbit on a commercial spacecraft. … Continue reading

Seattle and King County reported 15 deaths from COVID-19 last week, a 40% decrease from the previous week, while the number of confirmed cases in the region dropped to 325 for the week, according to GeekWire, the lowest since the beginning March calculations from public health data – Seattle & King County. … Continue reading

Hurley and Behnken

The two NASA astronauts, who launched SpaceX's first crewed dragon capsule today, have named their spacecraft, continuing a tradition that goes back to the earliest days of American space efforts. … Continue reading

SpaceX Falcon 9 and Dragon

The countdown for the first crew launch from SpaceX to the International Space Station was less than 17 minutes. However, since the weather was not cooperating, the story had to wait until Saturday at the earliest. … Continue reading

Explosion of the spaceship SN4

The SN4 spacecraft, the latest in a series of prototypes for the SpaceX SuperX rocket, exploded in a giant fireball shortly after a static fire test at the plant in southern Texas. … Continue reading

Fully electric aircraft from Roei Ganzarski and MagniX

A fully electric version of one of the most famous small utility planes in the world hummed today on its first flight on Moses Lake in central Washington. … Continue reading

Nextstrain

Epidemiologists believe that the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the United States, involving a Snohomish County traveler who fell ill in mid-January, may not have triggered the west coast coronavirus outbreak. … Continue reading

During a Friday evening protest against George Floyd's death, demonstrators broke the windows of an Amazon Go store in downtown Seattle as protests and outrage over his death in police custody spread across Minneapolis across the country. … Continue reading

Cultural institutions founded by the late Paul Allen in the Seattle region, including the Cinerama cinema and the Living Computers Museum + Labs, are facing the possibility of permanent closure, according to Vulcan Inc.… Read More

As the University of Washington prepares for the first virtual degree in its 159-year history, President Ana Mari Cauce focuses on what happens a few months later. … Continue reading

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