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SpaceX Über-esque Ride Sharing Platform

SpaceX Über-esque Ride Sharing Platform

SpaceX announced a ride-share initiative for launching satellites in August 2019. The program is designed to launch small satellites to orbit in a cost-effective and simple way. In February, 2020 Elon Musk officially opened online bookings for satellite operators to make reservations on Falcon 9 rockets. More than one hundred spacecraft operators have expressed interest since SpaceX launched the innovative ...

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SpaceX Seeks Engineers For Super-Heavy Starship Offshore Launch Facility

SpaceX Seeks Engineers For Super-Heavy Starship Offshore Launch Facility

SpaceX plans to launch rockets from a launch facility several miles offshore. SpaceX is hiring offshore operations engineers and technicians to work as part of a team to design and build a floating offshore rocket launch and landing facility for super-heavy class Starship space rockets, its next-generation transportation system. The team will work closely with engineers across multiple disciplines in ...

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SpaceX Starlink, Lightning Speed Internet Across The Planet

SpaceX Starlink, Lightning Speed Internet Across The Planet

SpaceX is looking for beta testers for its Starlink internet service. The first batch of satellites were launched in 2018. The most recent launch on June 13th from Kennedy Space Center, Florida placed 58 new satellites into orbit, bringing the total to 540 Starlink satellites in low earth orbit. SpaceX plans to consolidate this into a 12,000 strong constellation in ...

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“Don’t Stop Me Now” Rocket Lab Launches 5 Satellites Into Orbit

“Don’t Stop Me Now” Rocket Lab Launches 5 Satellites Into Orbit

Rocket Lab’s 12th mission named “Don’t Stop Me Now” launched off on June 13th, from Rocket Lab’s New Zealand launch site at 13:12 eastern time (17:12 local New Zealand time) after nearly a two and half month delay caused by the stay-in-place orders implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic. Rocket Lab carried five satellites in total on board two-stage Electron ...

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SpaceX’s Starlink Satellite Internet To Reach Remotest Parts Of The Planet

SpaceX’s Starlink Satellite Internet To Reach Remotest Parts Of The Planet

Elon Musk’ SpaceX is using their rocket building expertise to deploy the world’s largest mega constellation of satellites, Starlink, the most advanced global broadband internet system with blazing speeds up to 1 GB per second. Since May 23rd, 2019, SpaceX has been launching satellites in batches of sixty, with the ultimate goal of having 30,000 small satellites in lower Earth ...

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SpaceX NASA First Astronaut Flight to The International Space Station Begins a New Era of Spaceflight for The United States

SpaceX NASA First Astronaut Flight to The International Space Station Begins a New Era of Spaceflight for The United States

SpaceX’s Crew Dragon successfully docked with the International Space Station approximately 19 hours after launch at 3:22 p.m. Eastern Time from Cape Canaveral, Kennedy Space Center,Florida on Saturday, May 30th . SpaceX crew Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken were thrilled to arrive at their temporary home and were welcomed by ISS crew members, Commander of the Space Station, NASA astronaut ...

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SpaceX Launch Success – Dragon Space Ship En-route To International Space Station, Falcon 9 Returns To Earth

SpaceX Launch Success - Dragon Space Ship En-route To International Space Station, Falcon 9 Returns To Earth

NASA SpaceX first human flight to the International Space Station in nearly a decade is a success. Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are currently onboard Dragon Space Ship, after separation from Falcon 9 rocket’s second stage 12 minutes into flight. Dragon Capsule is in stable low Earth orbit on flight trajectory to dock with the International Space Station in ...

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SpaceX NASA Set for Second Launch Attempt : Watch Live Stream

SpaceX NASA Set for Second Launch Attempt : Watch Live Stream

Rocket company SpaceX and NASA astronauts are set for a second attempt on May 30th, 15:22 Eastern Time (19:22 GMT, 20:22 BST), onboard SpaceX’s Crew Dragon launch into orbit onto the International Space Station (ISS) from Cape Canaveral, Florida. NASA astronauts flight to the International Space Station on May 27th, Wednesday, was delayed due to inclement weather conditions, 16 minutes ...

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SpaceX Launch Delayed Due to Unfavorable Weather

SpaceX Launch Delayed Due to Unfavorable Weather

Intervention of unfavorable weather conditions led to postponement of NASA’s astronauts, sixteen minutes before scheduled launch time. Cloudy weather and rough waves in the Atlantic caused SpaceX to delay the launch that was to be the first to fly American astronauts Robert L. Behnken and Douglas G. Hurley from Cape Canaveral, Florida, Kennedy Space Center launch complex to the International ...

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Watch SpaceX First Human Flight Launch Live

Watch SpaceX First Human Flight Launch Live

Watch SpaceX Live flight mission to International Space Station from Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex. This mission will mark the first launch of astronauts on American Falcon 9 rocket integrated with Dragon Space Shuttle from American soil since the last space shuttle mission in 2011 #LaunchAmerica   Mission control audio without added commentary    

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