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SpaceX

Backbone of Crew Dragon, the crew-carrying version of Dragon 2 spacecraft, undergoing structural load testing
Looks like early liquid oxygen depletion caused engine shutdown just above the deck
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Second stage burn and dual satellite deployments up next spacex.com/webcast
Launch in one minute. Watch live → spacex.com/webcast
20 minutes from launch. Webcast live → spacex.com/webcast
Launch in about one hour. Webcast and more info ⟶ spacex.com/webcast
Targeting launch tomorrow of @Eutelsat_SA & ABS communication satellites. 45-min window opens 10:29am ET, 2:29pm UTC
Fantastic four
Next launch targeting June 14 from Cape Canaveral – 45 minute launch window opens at 10:32am ET, 2:32pm UTC
Falcon's landing leg crush core absorbs energy from impact on touchdown. Here's what it looked like on Apollo lander
Rocket back at port after careful ocean transit. Leaning back due to crush core being used up in landing legs
Today we remember & honor the brave men & women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. #MemorialDay2016
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Yesterday, our next rocket moved into the launch site at Cape Canaveral, FL
Fast replay of today's rocket landing on SpaceX droneship OCISLY youtu.be/4jEz03Z8azc
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More launch photos from today → flickr.com/spacex
THAICOM 8 spacecraft has been deployed into a nominal supersynch transfer orbit
THAICOM 8 satellite in nominal coast phase. Webcast back in about 15 minutes for deployment spacex.com/webcast
Falcon 9 second stage and THAICOM 8 spacecraft in nominal orbit and coast. First stage has landed on the droneship
Falcon 9 first stage has landed
Second stage burn continues looking good spacex.com/webcast
First stage entry burn has shut down
About 20 minutes from launch window opening. Webcast now live → spacex.com/webcast
Rocket now being fueled and Launch Director confirms go for launch. 35 minutes and counting spacex.com/webcast
 
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