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SpaceX's latest Falcon 9 booster returns after porting, as NASA points out "its own interest."

SpaceX has safely returned Falcon 9's B1056 booster and landed the rocket after successfully supporting Cargo Dragon's 18th mission at the International Space Station. The safe return of the B1056 is no surprise, but it is it The relief of mild problems caused the Falcon Heavy core B1055 to topple just a few weeks earlier. SpaceX's "Octagrabber" robot was visibly …

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SpaceX's supply mission to the ISS solves electrical problems

A Falcon 9 rocket carrying an unrotated Dragon 1 spacecraft started on Saturday just before 3:00 am in Cape Canaveral, Florida. This is usually a routine task for SpaceX. However, the final launch, originally scheduled for the beginning of this week, was plagued by unusual hangups on the way to the launch pad, including a rare electrical problem aboard the …

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Space Station baffles could delay SpaceX's launch plans

An electrical distribution unit aboard the International Space Station was disrupted on Monday and two of the laboratory's eight power channels were disrupted. The crew was in no danger while the engineers were fixing the problem, officials said. However, if the problem can not be solved, it may be necessary to replace the electrical container with a replacement device, possibly …

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FCC endorses SpaceX's plan to fly Internet-based satellites in lower orbit

The Federal Communications Commission has accepted SpaceX's request to fly much of the future Internet-blasted satellites in a lower orbit than originally planned. The approval was an important regulatory hurdle the company had to abolish for launching its first operational satellite in Florida next month. In November, SpaceX called on the FCC to partially revise its plans for its satellite …

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FCC approves SpaceX's modified StarXX satellite plan – GeekWire

A simulation shows how a constellation of 4,425 satellites can be used for SpaceX's StarLink satellite Internet service. (Mark Handley / University College London) The Federal Communications Commission today approved the revisions proposed by SpaceX in its plan to bring thousands of satellites into low Earth orbit to provide a global broadband connection that will allow the launch of satellites …

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SpaceX's Crew Dragon suffers from "Anomaly" during the test in Cape Canaveral

SpaceX's Crew Dragon automatically joins the International Space Station earlier this year. Photo: NASA (AP) A crew of SpaceX Dragon Crew capsules suffered an "anomaly" on the launch pad at Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station when they tested their engines on Saturday. Florida Today posted a picture of "orange feathers" off the launch pad, noting that the capsule containing …

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SpaceX's next space station cargo has been moved to April 30th

SpaceX has repressed the launch of its next robot resupply mission at the International Space Station (ISS) for four days until April 30. The California-based Dragon Cargo Capsule is now NASA's representatives announced today (April 19) that they will EDT on April 30 on a Falcon 9 rocket at 4:22 pm ( 0822 GMT) from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. …

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SpaceX's Starhopper has its first mini-launch & # 39; Hop & # 39; completed – BGR

Between testing its Crew Dragon spacecraft, regular launches for commercial customers, and the imminent second launch of the massive Falcon Heavy rocket, SpaceX has plenty to offer these days. Still, it is working hard on its Starship program which (hopefully) will someday lead to a spaceship that can fly through our solar system and possibly even to neighboring stars. The …

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