Meet the crew of Axiom-1, the first all private crew to fly to the International Space Station. Using a SpaceX Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon capsule the four will spend ten days in orbit while performing experiments and research during their stay at the space station.
Even if it is April Fools, there’s no joke here. SpaceX found a way to miss the sever storms in the area to launch the Transporter-4 mission today, sending forty more rideshare satellites into space.
OneWeb announced this morning they’ve reached an agreement with SpaceX to continue to launch their internet provider satellites on Falcon 9 rockets as they left their agreement with the Russian space agency earlier this month.
March 18th, 11:24 PM Est a SpaceX Falcon 9 launched 53 more Starlink satellites to orbit as the first ever Falcon 9 rocket booster makes an incredible twelve flights, returning safely to a drone ship offshore.
After an eleven-hour journey that began yesterday, SLS now sits on LC-39B as the sun begins to rise over the space coast. The Artemis Era has arrived.
Wed. March 9th at 8:45 AM Est another forty-seven Starlink satellites are off Earth as SpaceX launches their converted Falcon Heavy side booster as a Falcon 9 rocket for the second time, marking its fourth flight total.
Terran 1 has landed at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi for hotfire testing before being sent to Cape Canaveral for its maiden launch from LC-16 later this year.
March 3rd, 2022. SpaceX has launched another Falcon 9 rocket for its eleventh flight. This time for the Starlink 4-9 mission where another 47 satellites were delivered to orbit.
Tuesday, March 1st 2022. Lift off of the newest NOAA weather monitoring satellite atop an Atlas V from SLC-41 took place at 4:38 PM Est.
February 21th at 9:44 AM Est. SpaceX has launched their third Falcon 9 rocket this month on the Starlink 4-8 mission where they added 46 satellites to their ever-growing constellation.