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SpaceX's History-Making Falcon 9 Rocket Is Now On Display

The rocket has been positioned outside of the company's headquarters in Hawthorne. [ more › ]

Aging Iridium Network Waits for Key Satellite Replacements

Roughly 80% of Iridium Communications’ 1990s-vintage satellites are operating without in-orbit spares, further raising the stakes for launching replacements on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket slated for the fall.

Super Slow Motion Beauty of SpaceX Rockets

Every now and again, I think, everyone can use a little eye candy. In this case, though, it’s more than that: It’s also hope for the future. Watch this high-speed footage of SpaceX rocket launches and landings, and see what the future...Show More Summary

You can visit the first SpaceX rocket booster that blasted off and came back

The first reusable rocket booster that SpaceX launched and then landed back on Earth is now on display outside the company's Hawthorne headquarters. The towering first-stage booster, which stands 162 feet above a concrete landing pad, was installed over the weekend. People who want to visit it...

NASA details broadcast plans for upcoming spacewalk and SpaceX ‘Dragon’ ISS departure

If you have even a passing interest in NASA, you should know about two upcoming events set to air in the coming days. First, NASA will cover the departure of the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft from the International Space Station on August 26. Show More Summary

Gaze in awe at Elon Musk’s historic 156-foot erection

First retrieved Falcon 9 goes on permanent display SpaceX has retired the first rocket it managed to land in one piece and erected the remains on Sunday outside the company's US headquarters.…

Open thread for night owls—Oberhaus: Elon Musk, fatalist

At The Baffler, Daniel Overhaus writes—Elon Musk, Fatalist: What we talk about when we talk about living in a simulation. Here is an excerpt: Odds are that you’ve heard by now that SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk said something Totally Trippy at Recode’s Code conference earlier this summer. Show More Summary

Spacewalk opens door for Boeing, SpaceX crews

Astronauts plan to install ring to docking port to receive astronauts in commercial spaceships.        

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For August 19th, 2016

Hey, it's HighScalability time: Modern art? Nope. Pancreatic cancer revealed by fluorescent labeling. If you like this sort of Stuff then please support me on Patreon. 4: SpaceX rocket landings at sea; 32TB: 3D Vertical NAND Flash; 10x:...Show More Summary

SpaceX Dragon Cargo Spacecraft to Leave ISS, Return to Earth on August 26

The US SpaceX aerospace manufacturer's Dragon cargo ship will leave the International Space Station (ISS) and return to Earth on August 26, the manufacturer said Wednesday.

SpaceX and Boeing Are Getting a Parking Spot on the ISS

Late next year, if all goes to plan, SpaceX and Boeing will begin sending American astronauts up to the International Space Station, ending Russia’s monopoly on the ticket to orbit. In anticipation of the new space taxis, NASA is now building its commercial partners a parking spot. Read more...

SpaceX’s Rocket Landings Have Quickly Transitioned From Mind-Boggling to Routine

One of the toughest engineering problems ever has been almost completely mastered in the matter of a year.

SpaceX Falcon 9 launches satellite, sticks ocean landing

SpaceX rocket stuck an ocean landing minutes after lofting a satellite.        

SpaceX nails high-speed ocean landing

SpaceX has made a comeback by nailing another seabarge landing of a first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket. Returning from the successful launch of a Japanese communications satellite, the Falcon 9 booster set down on the "Of Course I Still...Show More Summary

SpaceX Launches Japanese Satellite

Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. lifts a Japanese telecommunication satellite into orbit, its eighth launch this year.

SpaceX sticks another booster landing - CNET

The private space company sends a Japanese communications satellite into orbit early Sunday and recovers the first stage of that rocket on an offshore drone ship.

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