Second test of a Dragon capsule's launch abort system will lift off atop a Falcon 9 rocket.
While the loss of yesterday's SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket may cause major headaches for NASA, the Dragon also carried other payloads built by numerous high school and middle school students. Read more on MAKE The post Falcon 9 Failure Is Second Setback for Unlucky Student Space Scientists appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.
Four Tennessee students had the thrill of watching their science experiment being launched into space on board SpaceX’s Dragon vehicle this weekend, only to find out minutes later that the rocket, then out of their sights, had exploded in mid-air and was a total loss.
US SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon cargo ship with supplies for the ISS exploded several minutes after its launch on Sunday.
It was a beautiful day on the cape, sunny and hot with patchy clouds — good weather for rocketry. SpaceX’s unmanned Falcon 9 rocket looked great as it tore a hole in the sky, propelling 4,000 pounds of cargo in a Dragon capsule toward the International Space Station. Read full article >>
Another resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) ended in failure today as SpaceX's CRS-7 mission exploded in midair shortly after liftoff. The unmanned Dragon cargo ship atop a Falcon 9 rocket launched from Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 10:21 am EDT. Show More Summary
Today's failure of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket to deliver a Dragon capsule to the International Space Station marks
Minutes after liftoff, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying an unmanned Dragon capsule exploded above Cape Canaveral. The rocket blasted off from Launch Complex 40 under excellent weather conditions and had successfully completed a short test-firing.
An unmanned rocket by Elon Musk’s SpaceX on a resupply mission to the International Space Station exploded Sunday just minutes after launch. SpaceX said that an “anomaly” had caused the spaceship, named Dragon, to fail and was investigating. NASA is set to hold a press conference later Sunday. Photo by NASA
A Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon cargo ship loaded with more than 4,000 pounds of supplies and equipment bound for the International Space Station broke apart in a shower of debris shortly after launch Sunday.
Houston, we have a SpaceX problem. Again. The privately held company today attempted to send its Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station to deliver cargo from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. But three minutes after launch, the rocket blew up. Just before a NASA press conference to […]
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The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket exploded Sunday just minutes after its launch with a robotic Dragon cargo capsule headed for the International Space Station. The Falcon took off right on time, rising into the sunny skies over Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florda at 10:21 a.m. Show More Summary
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — SpaceX stands ready to launch a much-needed load of supplies to the International Space Station this weekend on the heels of a failed supply run by Russia. Besides food and experiments, the Dragon cargo ship...Show More Summary
US Falcon 9 rocket exploded three minutes after the launch of the SpaceX Dragon cargo ship to the International Space Station (ISS).
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon cargo ship bound for the space station is set for launch Sunday morning
Why this weekend's SpaceX Dragon launch is so significant.
Besides food and experiments, the Dragon cargo ship ordered up by NASA holds a new docking port.
HoloLens is no more limited to usage on the earth, the virtual reality device is being sent to the space too. A SpaceX Dragon, which is scheduled to take off tomorrow with cargo and supplies for the International Space Station will be taking along two of Microsoft’s HoleLenses. Show More Summary
NASA and Microsoft announced today that a pair of HoloLens glasses — Microsoft's insane wearable holographic computer — will make their way to the International Space Station via the SpaceX Dragon supply mission launching on Sunday.Show More Summary