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Rocket Lab launches for the fifth time this year – Spaceflight Now

If you would like to see other articles like this, support our coverage of the Space Program by becoming a Spaceflight Now member . If everyone who likes our site is contributing to the funding, we can further expand and improve our reach. Live coverage of the launch and launch of a Rocket Lab Electron rocket from the Launch Complex …

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Iran oil tanker damage detained by obvious rocket attack on new photos

The pictures released on Monday showed two gaping holes in the hull of an Iranian oil tanker that hit Tehran in a mysterious attack off the coast of Saudi Arabia last week. The Iranian Ministry of Oil published photos of Sabiti, a tanker of the National Iranian Oil Company, with two square apparent impact areas just above the waterline. Iran …

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Virginia Rocket Launch Pushed to November

A Northrop Grumman Innovations Systems Launch of a Commercial Cargo Ship to the International Space Station for NASA on Oct. 21 wants now liftoff on Nov. 2, NASA official said. The NG-12 Cygnus spacecraft is scheduled to launch on the International Space Station aboard Antares Rocket on Nov. 2 at 9:59 at the EDT (1359 GMT) from NASA's Wallops Flight …

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Rocket League is going upside down for a Stranger Things Halloween

Netflix show Stranger Things is coming to Rocket League for Halloween, according to the game's developer Psyonix. The soccer-with-cars competitive game will host a "Haunted Hallows Event," starting October 14 and running through the spooky season. Players can earn Stranger Things -related digital prizes by playing online games in special areas, and picking up "Candy Corn" credits. The game's Farmstead …

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NASA hurled a rocket body into the moon 10 years ago today

Today, ten years ago (October 9), NASA threw a pile of space debris into the moon and forever changed our perception of Earth's next neighbor. Space Agency's Mooncrater Observation and Survey The Satellite (LCROSS) and Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) missions were launched on June 18, 2009 along with a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket. LRO raced into the lunar …

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Why NASA's Annoyed About Elon Musk's Giant Rocket

SpaceX has never flown into space in its Dragon crew, its first crew-capable spacecraft. But already the company is showing off its much bigger, much shinier cousin: the Starship, built in Boca Chica, a coastal village at the southeastern tip of Texas, as part of a plan to carry giant crews into deep space. And NASA's administrator is bristling. That's …

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The wild science behind Starship, the planet hopping rocket of Elon Musk

Loren Elliot / Getty Images Imagine a rocket that could take off and land 1,000 times a year with the reliability of an airplane. Does that sound incredible? That's what Elon Musk announces as the next big SpaceX company, and considering the considerable hype surrounding the project, there could be a method for insanity. On Saturday, September 28, Musk unveiled …

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