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The Rocket SpaceX Falcon 9 will launch in 2021 Private Moon Lander

A private lunar lander now has a rocket launch for his first lunar mission. The robot Nova C-Lander, built by Houston Intuitive Machines, is launched on a SpaceX rocket. Falcon 9-Rocket On a NASA-sponsored flight in 2021, representatives of both companies announced today (October 2). "We are honored that Intuitive Machines has selected SpaceX's proven workhorse Falcon 9 for this …

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SpaceX Starship now has three Monster Raptor engines installed

Three engines are better than one. Elon Musk The Mars rocket of Elon Musk really comes together. The construction of the interplanetary spaceship takes place at the SpaceX plant in Boca Chica, Texas, and after catching a glimpse of the prototype's fins on Monday, the SpaceX CEO has pulled back the curtain Mk.1 is equipped with three Raptor engines. The …

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SpaceX installs two Starship wings ahead of Elon Musk's Saturday update

SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk, is just six days away from an updated Starship presentation, and the company works tirelessly to get the spacecraft as close to a finished product as possible. Over the past 48 hours, this effort has been eroded by (in particular) the installation of two of Starship Mk1's action fins, revealing a significant departure from the design …

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Vandenberg launches SpaceX missile with Argentine satellite

See SpaceX launch the Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base. Watch the time-lapse video showing the launch of the Vandenberg SpaceX missile while a plane lands at the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport. By × Timelapse video with the launch of the Vandenberg SpaceX missile while a plane lands at the regional airport of San Luis Obispo …

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NASA Nabs Emmy Nominations for SpaceX Launch, Mars Landing

Two NASA historic space milestone shipments have received Emmy nominations for interactive programming. Will the space agency take a statue home? for an outstanding original interactive program for the recognition of news, internet education, television and social media of the Agency. "InSight is the first mission to investigate the deep interior of Mars with a high-sensitivity seismometer, a heat flow …

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SpaceX plans to deploy satellite broadband in the US faster than expected

SpaceX plans to change its satellite launch strategy to accelerate the deployment of its Starlink broadband service, a new target for broadband deployment in the southern United States late next year. In an August 30 application, SpaceX asked the Federal Communications Commission for permission to "adjust the orbital spacing of its satellites." With this change, each SpaceX launch would provide …

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According to SpaceX, more Starlink orbits will speed up service and reduce startup requirements

WASHINGTON – SpaceX asks US regulators to allow satellites to be distributed in more rings around the globe. In a message to the US Federal Communications Commission, SpaceX said it wanted to triple the number of orbital aircraft to 550 kilometers, the height in which the lowest layer of the Ku- and Ka-band Starlink Satellites to be operated. SpaceX launched …

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The Starhopper from SpaceX opens space flight possibilities for Texas

Recently, SpaceX launched a vehicle called Starhopper that resembled nothing but a huge water tank in the sky above Texas. The test vehicle climbed to a height of 150 meters with a single methane-burning Raptor engine, translated about 100 meters and then landed precisely on a landing pad. The flight took less than a minute, but could well have historical …

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