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SpaceX flies with Falcon 9 Rocket Stage for the fourth time

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket which has just launched an Israeli lunar lander, will soon make more history if everything goes according to plan. Thursday Night (February 21) Takeoff of the Beresheet Lunar Lander – which will attempt to become the first privately funded plane to land on the Moon in April – and two more satellites were the third …

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Military to consider decision to certify the Falcon Heavy Missile

Enlarge / A look at the Falcon Heavy rocket on Monday from a quarter mile away. Trevor Mahlmann for Ars Technica In a memorandum released Monday night, the US Department of Defense's Inspector General informed the Air Force Command that it will evaluate SpaceX's Falcon Heavy military certification for national security missions. "We plan to begin evaluating the topic in …

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SpaceX Launch Certification Faces Review by Pentagon | Falcon

The Pentagon General Inspectorate said it would begin evaluating the Air Force certification of SpaceX's first launchers, the Falcon 9 and the Falcon Heavy, years after a legal battle led to a victory for the company founded by Elon Musk "Our goal is to determine whether the US Air Force has complied with the New Entrant Certification Guide for Launch …

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One year after SpaceX's 1st Falcon Heavy Launch, Starman (and a Tesla) continue sailing

Elon Musk's car has been exploring the last frontier for a full year. On February 6, 2018, SpaceX's massive Falcon Heavy rocket launched its maiden flight, launching Musk's cherry-red Tesla Roadster and her mannequin driver Starman into orbit around the sun. The Roadster travels on an elliptical path behind Mars at the Apogee (the farthest point from the Sun) and …

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SpaceX's next Falcon Heavy launch may see a record landing in the center

Thanks to a temporary reopening of the US Federal Government, SpaceX has been able to continue the registration process for FCC and FAA, which will be required to acquire approval for upcoming launches, including Falcon Heavy. Such an application referred to the first The launch of Falcon Heavy has produced a rather impressive statistic: SpaceX pointed out that the center …

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SpaceX's Mr. Steven barely misses the Falcon 9 fairing catch in latest video

Mr. Steven's Recent Controlled Catch Tests, in which he came close to a successful fairing recovery for the East Coast While watching Steven's figurative fingers, this video is primarily good news. Given that extraordinarily close Mr. Steven's to West Coast's final West Coast fairing recovery test, the engineers will almost certainly continue to refuse their fairing recovery technique and successfully …

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Following the reopening of the government, SpaceX sought two permits from Falcon Heavy

Enlarge / The two Falcon heavy-booster landings in 2018 were something special. Trevor Mahlmann for Ars Technica ] With the reopening of the federal government, start-up companies can once again apply for start-up licenses at various agencies, and SpaceX has apparently taken full advantage of this fact on Monday. The company requested three approvals from the Federal Communications Commission (which …

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SpaceX Falcon 9 booster spied on highway as triple-satellite launching moves right

A SpaceX Falcon 9 was released from the company's Hawthorne, California factory on January 22nd, signifying a likely shipment of the flight-proven rocket that will help launch Canada's trio of Radarsat Constellation Mission satellites. Delayed from mid-February to early March 2019 after an unplanned landing anomaly the Falcon 9 Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB) helps to narrow down the rocket …

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