Its first launch since the September explosion.
SpaceX successfully launched — and landed! — its Falcon 9 rocket on Saturday, it's first launch since another one of its rockets exploded last fall. Luckily for us, some adventurous guys caught the whole thing on camera from nearlyShow More Summary
In case you missed it, SpaceX launched its first rocket into space since September over the weekend. If you did miss it, don't stress. you can watch along every step of the way right here. More »
SpaceX has successfully returned to space after an accident in September destroyed one of its rockets.
Yesterday, SpaceX successfully launched and landed a Falcon 9 rocket on a drone ship named Just Read The Instructions.
Space Exploration Technologies Corp. successfully launched its Falcon 9 rocket, rebounding from a catastrophic accident in September.
SpaceX lands its first rocket since a previous attempt in September 2016 exploded before takeoff. The Falcon 9 rocket took approximately nine minutes to return to earth after launch, landing on a barge in the Pacific south of Vandenberg, California to the obvious delight of SpaceX employees Continue reading...
SpaceX got a big boost in confidence with the successful launch of a Falcon 9 rocket. Back in September, one of its rockets went up in flames on a Florida launch pad. But it was a picture-perfect liftoff at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Carter Evans is at SpaceX headquarters with the details.
After some setbacks -- including, but not limited to, an explosion in September -- SpaceX has launched a Falcon 9 rocket from the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. More »
Saturday's launch was Elon Musk's company's first since a September 1 explosion that grounded the company.
For a company with grand goals, 2017 requires a focus on the Falcon 9 rocket.
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SpaceX's Falcon 9 booster roared back into service today over four months after a disastrous launch pad explosion threw its future into doubt. At 9:54 am PST (17:54 GMT), the reusable rocket lifted off from Space Launch Complex 4E at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California carrying the 10-satellite constellation of the Iridium-1 mission. Show More Summary
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from California on Saturday and placed a constellation of satellites in orbit, marking the company's first launch since a fireball engulfed a similar rocket on a Florida launch pad more than four months ago, the AP reports. The two-stage rocket lifted off from...
SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket boosts 10 Iridium satellites into orbit in successful return to flight after 2016 explosion
A SpaceX Falcon rocket blasted off from California on Saturday, returning the company to flight for the first time since a fiery launchpad explosion in September. The 230-foot (70-meter) rocket launched from VandenbergAir Force Base at 9:54 a.m. PST (1754 GMT) to deliver 10 satellites into orbit...
Just months after a launch pad explosion thwarted its last attempt, SpaceX has successfully launched an unmanned rocket into orbit. The launch, which unfolded Saturday at California's Vandenberg Air Force Base, marked a crucial -- and expensive -- test for the private space company in the aftermath of its recent, very visible misfire. Show More Summary
Four months after a launch pad explosion, SpaceX returned to flight Saturday morning, delivering 10 satellites into orbit and landing its first-stage booster on a floating drone ship. Analysts had described the launch as “all-important” for the Hawthorne space company to reestablish customer confidence...
SpaceX blasted off its Falcon 9 rocket on Saturday, marking its first return to flight since a costly and complicated launchpad explosion in September.
n" style="transform: translate3d(0px, 0px, 0px);">A SpaceX Falcon rocket blasted off from California on Saturday, returning the company to flight for the first time since a fiery launchpad explosion in September. The launch of the 230-foot (70-meter) rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base at 9:54 a.m. Show More Summary