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NASA chooses SpaceX to fly cargo to the orbiting gateway space station

SpaceX Cargo ships will soon reach much further into the last frontier if everything goes according to plan. The California-based company is already flying cargo missions to and from the International Space Station (ISS) for NASA. SpaceX has now concluded a supply contract gateThe agency announced on Friday (March 27) that the orbiting space station, which the agency plans to …

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NASA chooses SpaceX for moon orbital missions with Dragon XL, Falcon Heavy

A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket with the Arabsat 6A communications satellite will launch on April 11, 2019 from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Thom Baur | Reuters On Friday, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration selected SpaceX as the first supplier to bring cargo around the moon to the agency’s gateway station. This is a huge order …

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"That's not cool!" – Astronomers despair as the SpaceX Starlink train ruins the observation of nearby galaxies

<div _ngcontent-c17 = "" innerhtml = " Traces of SpaceX Starlink satellites seen from the Blanco telescope last night. Cliff Johnson / Clarae Martínez-Vázquez / DELVE In the early hours of today's Monday, November 18th, two astronomers in Chile checked their remote-controlled telescope and expected images of distant stars and galaxies, instead seeing a train of SpaceX satellites Driving across …

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NASA works with SpaceX, Blue Origin and others to send large payloads to the Moon

In its constant quest to send cargo and ultimately people to the lunar surface, NASA announced five new partnerships with commercial space companies that have developed robotic landers that can carry large payloads to the moon. New additions include a number of well-known industry heavyweights such as SpaceX, Blue Origin and Sierra Nevada Corporation, who have previously worked with NASA …

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Boeing only received a "limited" security clearance from NASA while SpaceX received a full audit

Such an in-depth study of corporate cultures would be time-consuming and costly, requiring changes to orders placed with companies. Ultimately, NASA agreed to pay $ 5 million to SpaceX for its review, and continued. However, according to a person familiar with the negotiations, Boeing would require an additional payment of approximately $ 25 million. NASA fought back and decided that …

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Anomaly-free SpaceX launches SuperDracos, ISS Astros fly into orbit with iFixit, and Buran turns 31. • The Register

Roundup Last week SpaceX proved that its crew can operate Dragon-demolition engines, ISS-Nauts have launched an EVA to repair their particle physics detector, and looking for Skylab was done an Art Director's Cut. SpaceX detonates Crew Dragon's demolition engines, nothing explodes SpaceX has successfully completed a static fire test over the entire duration of the engines to rescue the Crew …

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