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Starlink L26 Comes with Added Baggage

Lift off of L26. Photo by: Matt Cutshall – NHS 6:54 PM Est atop a Falcon 9 rocket from LC-39A at Kennedy Space Center Just an hour before sunset the space coast lit up, then shook as another Falcon 9 rocket lifted off the ground and into orbit. A common occurrence around these parts now…

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Exit 45th Space Wing – Enter Space Launch Delta 45

Photo Courtesy of: Space Launch Delta 45 May 11th, 2021 The 45th Space Wing has its origins starting in the 1940s during the Army’s early missile testing days on the Florida Space Coast. It when through several changes of it’s name before being designated the 45th Space Wing back in November of 1991 when it…

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Dogecoin To the Moon…Literally

The 10th flight of a Falcon 9. Photo by: Zac Shaul – NHS Sunday May 9th, 2021 SpaceX CEO & Founder, Elon Musk who yesterday on Saturday Night Live referred to himself as “the Dogefather” has decided his company will accept Dogecoin as a form of payment for an upcoming satellite launch dubbed DOGE-1. This…

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SpaceX Reaches 10th Flight of Re-Flown Booster

Lift off. Photo by: Kyle Montgomery -NHS 2:42 AM Est atop a Falcon 9 rocket from SLC-40 at Canaveral Space Force Station History was made early this morning as the aerospace giant, Space Exploration Technologies inc., better known as SpaceX has successfully flown the same first stage rocket booster ten times. Why is this such…

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SN15 Sticks The Landing/Photos Of Launch-Landing

Starship SN15 stuck the landing on Wednesday at Space X’s Starship launch and landing facility in Boca Chica,TX. This is the first time Space X has ever successfully landed their Starship prototype without an explosion. Photos of launch and landing are from our Starship photographer Daniel Sanchez.

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