🪐 SpaceX is one step closer to Mars

Is SpaceX heading to Mars?

Hey Waivly Crew! 🌊 On Friday, Space X stacked the largest rocket ever, the Starship, and it looks like it will be a while until we see EA's Dead Space remake.


Dead Space remake aims for a Fall 2022 release

The remake of Dead Space that will be developed by EA Motive is aiming to release the remake in fall 2022. GamesBeat has reported that the launch of Dead Space maybe sooner than fans had expected since we have little information about the remake which was just recently announced last month.

When is EA expecting to launch the Dead Space remake?

According to GamesBeat, EA was expecting to launch the remake during the company’s 2023 fiscal year. However, when GamesBeat approached EA about the launch, they have stated that “We haven’t shared a release date for the game, and we don’t have any comment based on the current rumor and speculations. But we’re glad people are excited about the game!”

What can we expect from the remake?

Senior Producer Philippe Ducharme and Creative Director Roman Campos-Oriola have told IGN that the remake is not necessarily a touched-up version of the original version of Dead Space, but it will be rebuilt into EA’s powerful Frostbite engine and developers will recreate the game to run without loading screens.  The Dead Space remake will launch on Xbox Series X/S, PC, and PS5.


SpaceX's fully-stacked Starship is the tallest rocket ever

On Friday, for the first time, SpaceX stacked its Starship rocket on top of the Super Heavy Booster 4, a combined height of nearly 400 feet tall

Largest rocket in history

While the two components were briefly stacked, for around an hour, at the Starbase facility in Boca Chica, Texas, it stood at 394 feet, taller than NASA's Apollo-era Saturn V rocket, which is 362.9 feet tall, making SpaceX's rocket the largest in existence.

Closer to Mars

According to Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, once the Starship system is fully developed, it will be fully capable of taking astronauts to the Moon, and even Mars. The Starship will eventually have its first orbital flight, a 90 minute trip from Starbase into space before landing in Kauai, an Island in Hawaii.


The Waves

🎵 Spotify is planning to add AirPlay 2 to its iOS app 

😷 You can now sign up to beta tests for Razer's RGB face mask 

👀 Stranger Things 4 is coming in 2022

🚀 NASA's Perseverance rover failed to collect rock sample from Mars


Startups, keep your foot on the gas

The superpower of startup teams and founders that is taking something from absolutely nothing and turning it into something through a crazy amount of energy, passion, and drive. But, how do we keep the pace going up to the top?

You have to hustle

So many people outside of the space love to say that no matter what you’re doing, you shouldn’t waste your time ‘working’ and should spend your entire life having fun, and never spend all your time ‘working’ because there’s no point. I’m sure, especially if you’re like myself and others, you hear this a lot from people online and from people around you who maybe don’t understand what you’re doing fully or just put simply: don’t get it, which is absolutely fine, why should they if they don’t really care for it, and that’s part of us as startup founders and teams that we have to deal with and try our best to ignore: the judgment, misunderstanding, or lack of understanding from others.

Sacrifices are inevitable
Whilst the first half of that usual same repeated saying is half true, as you definitely should take breathers for personal time and time away when you need it and for when precious moments appear, the half not being true is that we shouldn’t be ‘working’ and should be ‘having fun’. That’s what our ‘work’ is to us is, and so it is our fun. Alongside this, the second half just simply doesn’t relate to startups, and also, it’s just not true. As a form of a saying, I always like to go by says; if you aren’t around what I’m doing, or have done what I want to do, I probably won’t take advice from you, and that’s kind of where my opinion lies when I hear that same old saying repeated time and time again


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