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SpaceX wants to land Starship on the Moon before 2022, then do cargo runs for 2024 human landing

SpaceX wants to land Starship on the Moon before 2022, then do cargo runs for 2024 human landing Speaking at a quick series of interviews with commercial space company’s at this year’s annual International Astronautical Congress, SpaceX President and COO Gwynne Shotwell shed a little more light on her company’s current thinking […]

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Rocket Lab successfully launches fifth Electron rocket this year

Rocket Lab successfully launches fifth Electron rocket this year Rocket Lab has added another successful commercial launch to its track record: The rocket startup’s ‘As The Crow Flies’ mission took off today from its LC-1 launch site in New Zealand as planned. The rocket took off at 9:22 PM ET (6:22 PM […]

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NASA Administrator “very confident” SpaceX crew launch could happen in early 2020

NASA Administrator “very confident” SpaceX crew launch could happen in early 2020 NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine was at SpaceX HQ in Hawthorne, California on Thursday, delivering an address alongside NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, who will launch aboard SpaceX’s commercial Crew Dragon capsule, and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk. Bridenstine kicked […]

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Rocket Lab’s new 5-year FAA license will help it streamline its rocket launch process

Rocket Lab’s new 5-year FAA license will help it streamline its rocket launch process Rocket Lab has received a new 5-year Launch Operator License from the Federal Aviation Administration, which grants it permission to do multiple launches of its Electron rocket from its LC-1 launch site in New Zealand without having to […]

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Stratolaunch announces new launch vehicles and reusable space plane

Stratolaunch announces new launch vehicles and reusable space plane Stratolaunch, the commercial space firm founded by Paul Allen back in 2011, has revealed a bit more of its plan for taking payloads to orbit via one of the world’s biggest planes. It’s now working on a pair of its own rocket-powered launch […]

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NASA puts $44 million towards cryogenics and mid-air spacecraft retrieval

NASA puts million towards cryogenics and mid-air spacecraft retrieval NASA has announced a set of public-private partnerships with several U.S. space companies, totaling an impressive $44 million. Blue Origin, Astrobotic, United Launch Alliance and more are the recipients of up to $10 million each for a variety of projects aimed at exploring […]

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