Falcon 9

Two Rockets at Cape Canaveral

The NASA Artemis I mission and the Axiom Mission 1 were photographed side by side on Launch Complex 39s sister…

6 months ago

The Four Private Axiom Astronauts are off to the International Space Station

This morning, at 11:17 AM EDT (08:17 AM PDT), the first all-private astronaut mission to the International Space Station (ISS)…

6 months ago

Here’s How to Watch Inspiration4 Blast off on Wednesday.

The Inspiration4 mission is a "go" and the crew is ready to make the first all-civilian spaceflight in history!

1 year ago

What if Starship Didn’t Do a Landing Burn at All?

Another 3D graphic artist has a proposal for Musk: to "catch" the Starship using a special launch tower, kind of…

1 year ago

NASA Changes its Mind. It Will be Using Previously Flown Crew Dragons and Falcon 9

NASA has announced that starting next year, SpaceX will be able to reuse its Crew Dragon spacecraft and Falcon 9…

2 years ago

NASA and SpaceX Gearing Up For Historic Crew Dragon Launch This Week

NASA and SpaceX are gearing up for the Demo-2 mission this week, which will see the Crew Dragon launch from…

2 years ago

Crew Dragon Abort Test is Scheduled for Saturday Morning

On Saturday morning, Jan. 18th, 2020, SpaceX and NASA will be conducting the in-flight abort test of the Crew Dragon,…

3 years ago

SpaceX Launches Another 60 Starlink Satellites

In May of 2019, Elon Musk began delivering on his promise to create a constellation of satellites (named Starlink) that…

3 years ago

SpaceX just launched 60 satellites for its Starlink Constellation. Internet service providers should be very worried.

SpaceX just launched the first 60 satellites that will make up their Starlink broadband internet service provider.

3 years ago

Good News: a SpaceX Cargo Resupply is Off to the Space Station. Bad News: Failed Hydraulics in the Grid Fins Caused the First Stage Booster to Crash Into the Ocean

SpaceX's sixteenth Commercial Resupply Services mission (CRS-16) successfully launched a Dragon spacecraft to orbit, but the first stage didn't quite…

4 years ago