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On the next SpaceX #ISS resupply mission, @NASA will send up live mammals – moustronauts!…
[PHOTO] Falcon 9 lifts off carrying 6 ORBCOMM satellites to orbit.
[PHOTO] Falcon 9 lifts off carrying 6 ORBCOMM telecom satellites. Mission success! More:…
Detailed review of rocket telemetry needed to tell if due to initial splashdown or subsequent tip over and body slam
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Rocket booster reentry, landing burn & leg deploy were good, but lost hull integrity right after splashdown (aka kaboom)
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Flight 10 of Falcon 9 was good. All six ORBCOMM satellites deployed on target.
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3 years ago today, SpaceX broke ground at Launch Pad 4E at Vandenberg Air Force Base.
The USAF has confirmed Falcon 9 has conducted the 3 successful flights req’d for EELV cert.
A Dragon spacecraft just prior to shipment from SpaceX HQ in California. Hard to let it leave without a team pic!
Happy 158th birthday Nikola Tesla, “the greatest geek who ever lived”:
Up close with the SuperDraco engines that will power Dragon’s revolutionary launch escape & landing system for crew.
Dragon production is in full swing – Spacecraft Cleanroom now at full capacity, with 3 Dragons + 1 trunk!
F9R stands on the test pad in Texas at just over 50m tall, w/ Grasshopper test rig & 72m tripod test stand behind
Inmarsat appoints SpaceX for future satellite launches
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#BELvsUSA from space! RT @astro_reid: #Exp40 will be watching tonight from Node 1 on the #ISS – We believe #1N1T
Read about NASA's aerospace partners' devotion to testing as they show their programs' progress.
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Wondering how folks at @NASASpaceflight put our Falcon 9 ocean landing video back together?…
Launch team has reset liftoff for 7:01pm ET. In the meantime, enjoy the live feed of F9 @
T-1 hour to #Falcon9 OG2 launch. Watch LIVE at 5:35pm ET:
Continuing to monitor weather for today's launch, currently 40% favorable. F9 & payload look good, T-0 @ 6:08pm ET.
Falcon 9 Reusable (F9R) just flew 1000m – now w/ steerable fins that help control rocket during flyback. WATCH:
Overnight, Falcon 9 went vertical in advance of today's OG2 launch. Liftoff targeted for 6:08pm ET.
Falcon 9 targeted to launch 6 ORBCOMM satellites tomorrow @ 6:08pm ET. LIVE launch webcast @