SpaceX plans to launch another batch of Starlink satellites into orbit on Tuesday..
If you have a good eye, you might have noticed an unexpected guest on the Crew-1 mission.
For just the second time since the retirement of the space shuttle, a crew of astronauts is on its way to the International Space Station after blasting off from American soil – a feat that they hope will inspire a country still facing a challenging pandemic and social unrest.
SpaceX's Crew-1 team will have to wait another day for their historic mission. On Friday afternoon, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine tweeted that the mission was delayed until Sunday.
SpaceX CEO and founder Elon Musk claims he tested positive *and* negative for COVID-19.
After being scrubbed several times, SpaceX successfully launched the U.S. Space Force’s GPS III Space Vehicle 04 into orbit on Thursday.
NASA and SpaceX have announced a new date for the launch of the first crew rotation mission to the International Space Station.
No new launch date has been released.
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A NASA official said that they are now targeting early-to-mid November for the next manned mission.
The launch was previously scrubbed several times.
SpaceX aborted the launch of a Falcon 9 rocket containing a global positioning satellite with just two seconds remaining before its scheduled liftoff.
Monday would have been the company's 13th Starlink launch.
SpaceX launched its first batch of 60 Starlink satellites on May 23, 2019.
Liftoff is set for 10:31 a.m. from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
The first astronauts to ride a SpaceX capsule into orbit headed toward a retro-style splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday afternoon to close out a two-month test flight.
A pair of NASA astronauts face the final and most important part of their SpaceX test flight: returning to Earth with a rare splashdown.
The ANASIS-II satellite blasted off from breezy Cape Canaveral at 5:30 p.m. atop a Falcon 9 rocket – but not just any Falcon 9 rocket. This particular booster was the same one that hoisted two astronauts on the first-ever flight of a private crewed spacecraft to the space station.
Liftoff is set for 11:59 a.m. EDT from 39A at Kennedy Space Center.
A Falcon 9 rocket is set to take off from Kennedy Space Center on Wednesday night, carrying Starlink satellites into space.