After largely spending the last several months at home, New Yorkers who are still in the real estate market have certainly had time to narrow down their priorities. And they are prioritizing privacy and home offices as much as outdoor space, a new report shows.
The report from real estate market data firm UrbanDigs, commissioned by Forbes, shows that homes in New York that were described in listings using words and phrases such as “privacy,” or that had home office or outdoor space, saw much less price flexibility, and also saw much higher median sale prices.
For example, the median sale price of units with listings that include the word “privacy” nearly doubled, from $1.58 million in April 2019
The 18th Space Control Squadron at Vandenberg Air Force Base is now providing “more meaningful” data on approximately 25,000 space objects.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Space Command starting Sept. 24 is providing more precise data about the location and potential interaction between objects in space, which could help predict collisions involving space junk, officials told SpaceNews.
The 18th Space Control Squadron at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, is now providing “more meaningful” data on approximately 25,000 space objects tracked by the U.S. military, the squadron commander Lt. Col. Justin Sorice, said Sept. 24.
The 18 SPCS is responsible for the space domain awareness mission for the U.S. Space Force.
Most of the objects now orbiting the Earth are pieces of debris. Only about 3,200 of the 25,000 objects tracked by U.S. Space Command are active satellites, Sorice said. All users of the space catalog published on www.Space-Track.org will have access to