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SpaceX's second Falcon heavy launch is likely to slip and that's OK

The first Block 5 variant of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket has been launched out of Launch Pad 39A for an inaugural launch that could occur as early as April 7th. Minor Delays, however, are extremely likely to launch the second Falcon Heavy Launch attempt, with the most likely dates April 8-11. With an appearance noticeably deviating from Falcon 9 Block …

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SpaceX's second launch of Falcon Heavy is expected for Sunday

SpaceX's second launch of Falcon Heavy is expected for Sunday. Updated: 11:18 am EDT April 1, 2019 SpaceX will try the second launch of the powerful Falcon Heavy rocket with three boosts this weekend. The start window will open at 18:36. Sunday. The police of Titusville said they are preparing for large crowds in the launch areas. "Expect delays, congestion …

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SpaceX's latest Falcon 9 is featured in buried 4K videos

SpaceX has quietly released an unlisted video with a series of new views – mostly in crisp 4K resolution – of Falcon 9 launch and landing operations from 2017 through to the end of 2018, which provide some of the most detailed insights into the company's workhorse rocket. Despite the strangely buried nature of the video, which is not listed …

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SpaceX's first orbital spacecraft begins assembly after the steel heat shield passes the tests

SpaceX chief Elon Musk says company employees in South Texas have already begun producing the first orbital-class Starship prototype, while engineers and technicians at Hawthorne are just beginning to test the unprecedented stainless steel stainless steel heat shield. To be composed of (presumably) stainless steel hexagonal tiles, the metallic heat shield of Starship will be one of the most important …

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SpaceX's Crew Capsule Returns to Earth, Paving the Way for People to Launch – Spaceflight Now

SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft returned to Earth on Friday with a jump in the Atlantic Ocean. Credit: NASA TV / Spaceflight Now SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft completed a six-day test flight on Earth in a near-Earth orbit on Friday, impacting the Atlantic Ocean target. Officials welcomed the ship's performance before flying with astronauts the first time later this year. Slowed …

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