Ste inside SpaceX’s Dragon Space Capsule and take a look at the company’s next-generation spacecraft designed to carry humans to the International Space Station and other destinations. [SpaceX Via IHC] The post A Looks at the Inside of SpaceX’s Manned Dragon Space Capsule [Videos] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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A modified Dragon capsule could be the key to getting a little piece of Mars back to Earth on the cheap.
SpaceX has opened the doors of the Crew Dragon for the public to see in new images and a video that gives a better look inside the luxury interior.
Commercial aerospace firm SpaceX has been working on the design for its crewed Dragon capsule in recent years, and now the company is unveiling the final design in a pair of flashy YouTube […]
Today on In Case You Missed It: SpaceX showed off the plan for its new Crew Dragon capsule to ferry astronauts between earth and the International Space Station, and it's gorgeous. A famous Disney animator is drawing in the virtual realm. Show More Summary
Last year, SpaceX unveiled its Crew Dragon, which is scheduled to begin ferrying astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) in 2017. Now the company is giving the public a look at the interior. Sporting a minimalist design,Show More Summary
Judging by this footage, this crew vehicle shares a lot of DNA with products from Elon Musk's other venture, Tesla. SpaceX just lifted the curtain on its updated Crew Dragon spacecraft, which will transport astronauts to and from the International Space Station. Show More Summary
SpaceX has released photos of the interior of its crewed Dragon spacecraft.
The future of space travel just got a lot slicker. SpaceX has released some interior images for its human flight capsule, the Crew Dragon. It looks pretty much like a cross between a multi-tiered sports car and a space limo, with seats...Show More Summary
Astronauts no longer have to hurtle into space in an aluminum can. SpaceX, the space transportation company founded by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, today released new photos of the interior digs of its Crew Dragon capsule — and they're beautiful. Show More Summary
Well, it’s official: The days of blasting into space in a rattly aluminum can are over. SpaceX has just unveiled the very first images of the interior of its Crew Dragon capsule. As you might expect, it looks a lot like a luxury sports car. Read more...
Provided that they stop spontaneously blowing up, SpaceX’s Dragon rockets will someday carry astronauts up to the International Space Station. It’s a long, potentially explosive road to a manned mission, but a recent ground simulation puts the team closer. http://gizmodo.com/spacex-explain... Read more...
SpaceX is taking over Launchpad 39A, the iconic pad at Kennedy Space Center that launched all the Apollo missions, and the first and last Shuttles. Things are looking good at the future launchpad for Dragons. http://gizmodo.com/spacexs-new-ha... Read more...
Last month, Elon Musk's private spaceflight company, SpaceX, suffered a heart-breaking end to a spotless record for their Falcon 9 rocket. After 18 straight successful flights, a Falcon 9 carrying an unmanned Dragon spacecraft — loaded...Show More Summary
Every strut counts, as we say. On June 28th, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon capsule stuffed full of supplies for the International Space Station blew up in mid-air, minutes after launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Today, Elon Musk revealed the cause: A single, flimsy strut. Read more...
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.