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Second Used Falcon 9 Relaunches June 23

Bulgaria’s first satellite is set to launch on Friday, June 23, from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39A in Florida.  The mission will be carried out by a used Falcon 9 rocket. It was initially scheduled to launch on June 19, but, was delayed due to SpaceX’s need to replace a ”fairing valve” on the rocket. […]

Read Elon Musk’s Plan: Making Humans a Multi-Planetary Species

‘’By talking about the SpaceX Mars architecture, I want to make Mars seem possible—make it seem as though it is something that we can do in our lifetime. There really is a way that anyone could go if they wanted to,’’ he said while presenting his plan. During the International Astronautical Congress held in Guadalajara, […]

Elon Musk: SpaceX May Launch Falcon Heavy in Three Months

In response to a question raised by one of his Twitter followers, SpaceX CEO has announced that all Falcon Heavy cores should be at Cape Canaveral in two to three months. The rocket launch should happen a month later. All Falcon Heavy cores should be at the Cape in two to three months, so launch […]

Hyperloop Pod Competition Part II

The first competition of its kind in the world.     SpaceX will host its Second Hyperloop Pod Competition this summer from 25th to 27th of August at the company’s headquarters in Hawthorne, California.  According to SpaceX, this competition’s goal is to accelerate the development of functional prototypes and encourage innovation by challenging teams to […]

Why SpaceX Rocket Recycling is Breaking News

Elon Musk’s SpaceX has successfully launched a recycled Falcon 9 booster on Thursday from Kennedy Space Center. The rocket settled down aboard the company’s “Of Course I Still Love You” barge in the Atlantic Ocean, after roughly nine minutes from the launch. Musk commented from the Space Center: ”The launch of the commercial satellite marked […]

Spacecraft History Made: Falcon 9 Landed Successfully

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 has successfully landed on Of Course I Still Love You, on the Florida coast, achieving a great milestone in space history and becoming the world’s first reflight of an orbital class rocket! CEO, Elon Musk tweeted in celebration: ”Incredibly proud of the SpaceX team for achieving this milestone in space! Next goal […]

Dragon Returns to Earth after a month at International Space Station

Dragon carries back potential scientific discoveries from Space.    SpaceX’s capsule has returned on March 19 and splashed the Pacific Ocean, southwest of Long Beach, California. The Dragon was carrying back 5,400 pounds of cargo and test samples from the International Space Station, marking its 10th payload flight with NASA. The capsule’s shipment, most of […]

Watch SpaceX Second Launch of 2016 LIve Tonight At 6:46 PM EST

The announcement came from SpaceX last night: Team opting to hold launch for today. Looking to try again tomorrow; window also opens at 6:46pm ET. Rocket and spacecraft remain healthy. — SpaceX (@SpaceX) February 24, 2016 The big day is finally upon us! SpaceX’s launch of the SES-9 satellite has been rescheduled for tonight at […]

SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk, Congratulates Jeff Bezos For Achieving VTOL On Their Booster

Elon Musk, CEO at SpaceX, tweeted last Tuesday congratulating the founder of Amazon.com for achieving Vertical and/or short Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) on their Booster. Congrats to Jeff Bezos and the BO team for achieving VTOL on their booster — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 24, 2015 Bezos’ aerospace company, Blue Origin, has succeeded launching its spacecraft […]

NASA Extends New Contract To SpaceX

SpaceX, an aerospace manufacturer owned by successful Billionaire Elon Musk, is one of the private contractors to ferry food supply, equipment, and experiments to the International Space Station (ISS).  It will also eventually carry astronauts to ISS. When NASA awarded SpaceX the contract to handle cargo transport for ISS back in 2008, SpaceX has always been successful with […]

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