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SpaceX

Static fire test complete. Targeting Falcon 9 launch of NROL-76 on Sunday, April 30.
View from the fairing during SES-10 mission. #EarthDay
Updated SES-10 launch and landing photos → flickr.com/spacex
More photos from today’s Falcon 9 launch and first stage landing → flickr.com/spacex
Successful deployment of SES-10 to geostationary transfer orbit confirmed.
Webcast returns in about 10 minutes for second stage engine restart and satellite deployment.
First stage entry burn complete. Second stage continuing nominally to geostationary transfer orbit.
T-60 seconds until launch → spacex.com/webcast
~60 minutes until launch window for SES-10 opens. All systems and weather are go. Watch here → spacex.com/webcast
Falcon 9 and SES-10 vertical on Kennedy Space Center’s historic Pad 39A. Launch window opens at 6:27pm EDT, 10:27pm UTC.
Static fire test complete. Targeting Thursday, March 30 for Falcon 9 launch of SES-10.
Dragon is headed to port for a cargo handover to @NASA. instagram.com/p/BR1Vh9oFtDD/
Recovery teams en route to Dragon.
Dragon will re-enter Earth's atmosphere in ~5 hours. Splashdown at 07:52am PDT, 2:52pm UTC.
Dragon has been released from the @Space_Station! Three departure burns are now underway. Watch live → nasa.gov/ntv
LIVE: @SpaceX Dragon departs space station at 5:11 a.m. ET. Watch on @NASA TV: nasa.gov/ntv
Retweeted by SpaceX
After a month at the @Space_Station, Dragon is scheduled to return tomorrow with over 5,400 pounds of cargo. nasa.gov/ntv
More photos from today's Falcon 9 launch → flickr.com/spacex
Successful deployment of @EchoStar XXIII to a Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit confirmed.
Back live for final burn and satellite deployment → spacex.com/webcast
Second stage engine has cutoff as planned. Second stage and satellite now in coast phase.
Webcast of Falcon 9 launch now live → spacex.com/webcast
All systems go for Falcon 9 launch of @EchoStar XXIII. Liftoff now set for 2:00am EDT, 6:00am UTC. Watch here → spacex.com/webcast
 
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