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Crew Dragon Test Mishap Could Delay First Spacex Human Flight

SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule experienced an “anomaly” during a rocket test on Saturday that sent smoke high drifting high over its launchpad at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Elon Musk and SpaceX have been short on details so far, but...
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Spacex Blew Up A Dragon Spacecraft Over The Weekend

A SpaceX vehicle designed to carry astronauts to the International Space Station was destroyed during an engine test on April 20 at Cape Canaveral. Thick, red-tinged smoke from the explosion was visible from nearby beaches, but no one was reported...
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Spacex Crew Dragon Test ‘anomaly’ May Delay Future Flights

SpaceX suffered an “anomaly” in a Crew Dragon capsule during static fire tests at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Saturday. The undisclosed problem could delay plans to launch a crewed test […] The post SpaceX Crew Dragon...
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Incident On Spacex Pad Could Delay Its First Manned Flight

A mysterious but apparently serious incident occurred Saturday in Cape Canaveral, Florida involving the SpaceX capsule intended to carry American astronauts into space late this year, the private company and NASA announced.
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Spacex Astronauts Will Almost Certainly Beat Boeing To Iss

Boeing (NYSE: BA) is losing the space race. And worse than that, more-than-a-century-old Boeing is losing it to a company that didn't even exist until a couple of decades ago.Last month, Reuters cited "industry sources" warning that Boeing will...
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Spacex Test Accident In Florida Sends A Massive Plume Of Smoke Into The Sky

A SpaceX Crew Dragon experienced an "anomaly" during ground tests that manifested as a column of smoke rising from the spacecraft's thrusters. The Crew Dragons were expected to fly with astronauts aboard later in the year, and it is currently...
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Spacex Crew Dragon Suffered Smoky ‘anomaly’ During Recent Engine Test

On Saturday, the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft experienced an ‘anomaly’ during an engine test fire, according to the company, which resulted in a large plume of smoke appearing in Cape Canaveral, Florida. NASA has issued a statement on...
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Spacex's Next Space Station Cargo Launch Delayed To April 30

SpaceX has pushed back the launch of its next robotic resupply mission to the International Space Station by four days, to April 30.
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Spacex Lost Its Falcon Heavy Core Booster To The Ocean

Last week, SpaceX finally accomplished something it had never done before. It launched the Falcon Heavy on its first commercial mission, and when its trio of boosters came back to Earth, it nailed all three of the landings. It was an incredible...
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Spacex Falcon Heavy Center Core Stuck The Landing Before Sliding Into The Abyss

SpaceX has been very successful of late with pretty much everything it does. The company had a successful test of its Crew Dragon capsule not long ago that saw the capsule safely splashdown in the ocean. SpaceX has had great success with landing the...
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A Spacex Rocket Survived Space, But Was Torn Apart By High Seas

SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket took off on its first commercial flight on Thursday. The rocket's center booster successfully returned to a landing platform out at sea, but the rough conditions caused it to topple over, The Verge reports. SpaceX CEO...
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Spacex Falcon Heavy Core Rocket Lost After Toppling Into The Ocean - Cnet

After sticking the landing for the first time, SpaceX's center core booster is felled by an Atlantic swell.
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The World’s Largest Airplane Finally Took Off

It didn't take long for SpaceX to become a leader in commercial spaceflight. The company's reusable rocket technology makes it possible for the company to offer its services at a lower cost and with a shorter turnaround time than its competitors,...
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Stratolaunch Giant Aircraft Completes Historic First Flight

Companies like Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin dream of making space travel and shipments more economical. While they have mostly focused on reusable rockets, their vehicles are still limited by the same factors as any...
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Spacex Falcon Heavy To Launch Cutting-edge Nasa Space Tech

A recent epic SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch — only the second trip to space for this rocket line — brings a set of NASA technologies one step closer to getting its own ride into orbit.
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Spacex Does It Again With Second Retrieval Of Falcon Heavy Rocket

This week, SpaceX conducted the first commercial launch of the Falcon Heavy (and second launch overall) and managed to bring all the boosters back, and even the payload fairings! The post SpaceX Does it Again with Second Retrieval of Falcon Heavy...
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Spacex Launches Mega Rocket

SpaceX has launched its second supersized rocket from Florida, a year after sending up a sports car on the initial test flight. (April 11)        
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Nasa Chooses Spacex To Launch Asteroid-walloping Mission

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test spacecraft in June 2021, agency officials announced Thursday (April 11).
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Nasa Hires Spacex To Help It Crash An Asteroid - Cnet

NASA's DART mission will attempt to deflect a moonlet, and a SpaceX Falcon 9 will send it on its way.
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Spacex Falcon Heavy Rocket’s Arabsat-6a Satellite Launch Was A Success

Humanity’s most powerful rocket, the SpaceX Falcon Heavy, had a successful second flight today, the company has announced. This flight followed the first Falcon Heavy test launch in 2018 and involved the Arabsat-6A, a Saudi Arabian...
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