SpaceX Crew Dragon Spacecraft — Courtesy: Image by Evgeniyqw from Shutterstock CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Just after three days in space, SpaceX’s first all-civilian crew returned back to Earth on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, coming down off the Florida coast to finish a historic mission. “It’s been an amazing ride for everyone,” Inspiration4 mission director
Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Evgeniyqw Time flies when you’re having fun… or when you’re in space. Four astronauts made a safe return to Earth, securely strapped into the SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule early Sunday morning, marking an end to a half-year mission to the International Space Station (ISS). The astronauts, Mike Hopkins, Soichi Noguchi,
Falcon 9 Rocket launching from Kennedy Space Center early Tuesday, Oct. 6. Courtesy: SpaceX Twitter. After weeks of scratched launches due to Florida’s unpredictable weather patterns, SpaceX celebrated another successful Starlink launch into space on its Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral on Tuesday, Oct. 6. The rocket launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center at
It’s been a busy, busy week for SpaceX, both in the sky and on the ground.
SpaceX’s twice-flown Falcon 9 rocket will make its final launch Tuesday night.
Vice President Mike Pence will travel to the Kennedy Space Center on Saturday to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
NASA’s top boss said the late April “anomaly” that lit a SpaceX capsule ablaze will definitely delay the U.S. space agency’s plans for crewed flights.
Barring another setback, SpaceX will be live streaming their launch of 60 internet satellites Thursday night.
SpaceX’s commercial flight capsule suffered an “anomaly” that could set back the company’s proposed crew-carrying launch to the International Space Station.