The launch was SpaceX’s first liftoff from Florida since a rocket explosion last summer.
Mount Erebus is at the end of our world -- and offers a portal to another. Covered in ice and filled with bubbling lava, the massive volcano rising 12,448 feet (3,794 meters) above Ross Island in Antarctica is the perfect...
Rocket was carrying more han 5,000 pounds of cargo to the International Space Station.
SpaceX successfully launches a Falcon 9 rocket in Florida on Sunday on a resupply mission to the International Space Station. The rocket takes off from a launchpad at the Kennedy Space Center that has seen off some of Nasa’s most famous...Show More Summary
By Irene Klotz CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - A SpaceX Falcon rocket blasted off on Sunday from a historic NASA launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, then succeeded in landing itself back on the ground nine minutes later. The rocket, which launched at 9:39 a.m. Show More Summary
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket took off from NASA's historic pad 39A Sunday, successfully boosting a cargo ship into orbit for a flight to the space station
Launching voyage to International Space Station, Falcon 9 rocket takes off from launchpad that was home to some of Nasa’s best-known missions SpaceX successfully launched a Falcon 9 rocket on Sunday on a resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) that marks a new era of private spaceflight at one of the Nasa’s most storied bases. Show More Summary
NASA's historic moonshot pad is back in business, reports the AP, after a SpaceX Falcon rocket blasted off Sunday morning from Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39A. It's carrying a load of supplies for the International Space Station. The launchpad is steeped in history, notes Gizmodo, as it launched the...
The odd signal Cassini detected didn't reveal a frozen, airless body. Instead, it looked something like a comet that was actively emitting gas. The magnetometer detected that Saturn's magnetic field, which envelops Enceladus, was perturbed above the moon's south pole...
(Reuters) – A SpaceX Falcon rocket blasted off on Sunday from a historic NASA launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, then succeeded in landing itself back on the ground nine minutes later. The rocket, which launched at 9:39 a.m. EST, carried a cargo ship with about 5,500 pounds (2,500 kg) of supplies […]
Researchers say they have been able to find microbes that have been suspended in underground cave crystals in Naica, Mexico, for up to 50,000 years, notes the BBC. The work was led by the director of NASA's Astrobiology Institute, Penelope...Show More Summary
(Mayo Clinic) Today, the latest rocket launch from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, included a payload of several samples of donated adult stem cells from a research laboratory at Mayo Clinic's Florida campus.
Rocket blasts off from Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39A – where astronauts flew to the moon nearly a half-century ago
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Consider it one physician’s giant leap for mankind. Today, the latest rocket launch from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, included a payload of several samples of donated adult stem cells from a research laboratory at Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus. The launch by SpaceX, an American aerospace manufacturer and space […]
Update 2/19/17: Saturday’s mission was scrubbed according to Elon Musk because SpaceX wanted to be extra cautious about an anomaly that was noticed. It was rescheduled for today, Sunday at 9:38 a.m. EST. According to NASA’s website everything is go for launch. Watch along with us! Read more...
SpaceX will attempt for a second time to launch its Falcon 9 from a NASA launchpad that was once used by Apollo astronauts. The launch is scheduled for Sunday, February 9 at 9:39 a.m. EST (2:39 p.m. GMT). You can follow live updatesShow More Summary
SpaceX scrubbed an attempt Saturday to launch a rocket from NASA's Launch Complex 39A, site of the shuttle program and the mission that first sent humans to the moon. Watch as they try again Sunday.
NASA shifts plan for Jupiter probe The team behind NASA’s Juno spacecraft has made a key change to its operating plan. For the rest of its primary planned mission, the satellite will continue to circle Jupiter in its long 53-day orbits instead of transitioning to shorter 14-day cycles. The...
They’re archiving data and keeping track of what’s being removed.