SpaceX

Spacex Delays Launch Of Mini-satellites

SpaceX on Saturday delayed the launch of a rocket due to take 57 mini-satellites into space as part of plan to build an orbiting, global broadband internet system.
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Falcon 9 Landing Leg Breaks Free, Slams Into The Deck Of The Company’s Droneship

An unofficial observer captured a rare glitch in the preparation of a SpaceX Falcon 9 for transportation after it was recovered via droneship. A landing leg broke free of its constraints and came crashing down to the deck of the droneship as the...
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Spacex, Blue Origin Could Send Nasa Mission To Jupiter's Moon

A newly released congressional appropriations bill could provide private companies such as SpaceX and Blue Origin with the opportunity to carry out commercial spaceflights for NASA missions to Jupiter’s moon Europa. The new appropriations bill was...
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Kanye West Says Elon Musk Is Advising Him On His Presidential Bid. Here's How Their Friendship...

Musk and West have been friends since at least 2011, when the musician and fashion designer toured a SpaceX facility with Musk.

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Watch Spacex Launch Another Batch Of Starlink Satellites Into Space

SpaceX is scheduled to launch another batch of its Starlink communications satellites today from Cape Canaveral in Florida. The launch is scheduled for 11:59 a.m. ET, and you can watch the live stream here. The Starlink satellites headed to space...
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Scrutinizing Spacex, Nasa Overlooked Some Boeing Software Problems

The agency identified the causes of mishaps in orbit during an uncrewed test flight of its Starliner spacecraft in December.
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Lockheed Martin's Bad Orion Marketing Hype

Do some research before you tweet @LockheedMartin - The @SpaceX Dragon 2 PICA-X heat shield is designed to withstand Earth re-entry velocities from the Moon and Mars. https://t.co/ONTfngZlQr— NASA Watch (@NASAWatch) July 7, 2020 Keith's...
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Spacex Could Send Nasa To Jupiter's Potentially Habitable Moon Europa - Cnet

Congress has opened the door to a commercial rocket launching a NASA mission to deep space.
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Psst: Want To Know Who Else Has Their Snout In The Copernicus Trough? (spoiler: It's Not The Uk)

Plus: SpaceX launches another GPS satellite, the next Mission Extension Vehicle arrives in French Guiana and.... come ON, Tim! In Brief  Rubbing salt into wounded British pride over a lack of prime contracts, Thales Alenia Space trumpeted its ESA...
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Mark Cuban Joins Elon Musk With Endorsement Of Kanye West For President

Ronald Martinez/Getty Images Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban on Saturday gave a partial endorsement to Kanye West’s prospective 2020 presidential campaign, following Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk’s lead with a message on...
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We Won’t Reach Other Solar Systems For A While — Robots Could Visit Them First

Many great movies and television shows, including the Lost in Space reboot, show various versions of interstellar travel. SpaceX and the new space race are making space geeks salivate at the thought. To those like myself who’ve cherished the...
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Rocket Report: Spacex Faces South Texas Review, The Angara 5 Costs Too Much

Enlarge / SpaceX has launched the Falcon 9 rocket 88 times, including 11 times in 2020. (credit: Trevor Mahlmann) Welcome to Edition 3.06 of the Rocket Report! On Saturday, Americans will celebrate the Fourth of July with preposterously small...
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Even Amidst A Pandemic, Spacex Is Launching More Than Ever

Falcon 9 leaps off SLC-40 Tuesday with the 3rd GPS-III satellite for the United States Space Force / Air Force. [credit: Trevor Mahlmann ] ...
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Spacex Launches Air Force's Newest Gps Satellite

SpaceX launched the military's newest, most accurate GPS satellite Tuesday after a two-month delay due to the pandemic.
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For Spacex, Falcon 9 Reuse Is Now Essential

Enlarge / SpaceX added a new core to its fleet with the Demo-2 mission in late May. (credit: NASA) On Tuesday, SpaceX will attempt to launch a 3.7-ton Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite for the US Air Force. This GPS III launch is scheduled...
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Eu Could Ramp Up Space Exploration In Response To Spacex, China Success, Report Says - Cnet

It could include a higher investment in Arianespace and a fund for space startups.
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Elon Musk Blasts Accuracy Of Covid-19 Tests, Demands Retests For 'ridiculous' Number Of False...

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says anyone who has tested positive for coronavirus should get a second opinion — because he believes the number of false positives is outrageous. What are the details? In a Monday Twitter statement, Musk — who has...
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Eu Will Speed Up Its Spaceflight Plans In Response To Spacex And China

The modern space race is heating up, and the European Union is acutely aware that it needs to keep pace. Space chief Thierry Breton told Reuters in an interview that the EU is accelerating its plans in light of rapid progress by private companies...
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20 Times Elon Musk Said 'sure' To Random Ideas On Twitter In 2020

Ask Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk for something on Twitter, whether it's a new feature for Tesla's Sentry Mode or an appearance at an event, and the eccentric billionaire might just say, "sure!"  Musk is, shall we say, fond of the social media...
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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 boosters to send astronauts to the ISS. The post NASA Changes its Mind. It Will be Using Previously Flown Crew Dragons and Falcon 9...
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