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SpaceX Dec 13
Static fire test of Falcon 9 complete—targeting December 18 launch of GPS III SV01 from Pad 40 in Florida.
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SpaceX Dec 8
Dragon completed its first flight around the world 8 years ago today. Since then, Dragon has visited 16 times. Next year, SpaceX will take another important step with an upgraded Dragon capable of returning human spaceflight to the US for the first time since 2011.
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SpaceX Dec 8
Capture confirmed! Dragon was captured at 4:21 a.m. PST while flying over Papua New Guinea. Dragon will spend about five weeks at the .
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SpaceX Dec 8
Dragon is holding at the capture point ~10 meters from the . Watch live →
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SpaceX Dec 8
Dragon has been given a "go" to move toward capture position →
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SpaceX Dec 8
Dragon is moving back to ~30 meter hold point while the team works a ground communication issue. Dragon remains on track for capture by the shortly.
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SpaceX Dec 8
Dragon is ~10 meters from the . Capture sequence starting shortly →
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SpaceX Dec 8
Dragon has been given a "go" to move toward capture position →
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SpaceX Dec 8
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SpaceX Dec 8
This Dragon previously visited the in February 2017.
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SpaceX Dec 8
On Wednesday, Falcon 9 launched Dragon to orbit for its 16th mission to the , and it is now making its final approach to the . Watch live →
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SpaceX Dec 7
Dragon is set to arrive at the early tomorrow morning; watch live on starting around 1:30 a.m. PST, 9:30 UTC.
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SpaceX Dec 7
After launching Spaceflight SSO-A: SmallSat Express to orbit, this Falcon 9 rocket booster completed its third landing this year and SpaceX’s 32nd successful landing to date.
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SpaceX Dec 5
Falcon 9 launches Dragon into its targeted orbit, marking SpaceX’s 20th launch this year. Dragon is traveling an average of 17,300 mph on its way to the with 5,600 pounds of critical cargo, supplies, and hardware. Capture is set for early Saturday morning.
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NASA Dec 5
More than 5,600 pounds of research, crew supplies and hardware left Earth at 1:16 pm ET to head to humanity's orbiting lab. 's spacecraft is scheduled to arrive at the on Saturday, Dec. 8. Details:
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Elon Musk Dec 5
Tracking shot of Falcon water landing
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Elon Musk Dec 5
Engines stabilized rocket spin just in time, enabling an intact landing in water! Ships en route to rescue Falcon.
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Elon Musk Dec 5
Grid fin hydraulic pump stalled, so Falcon landed just out to sea. Appears to be undamaged & is transmitting data. Recovery ship dispatched.
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SpaceX Dec 5
Dragon is on its way to the International Space Station. Capture by crew set for early Saturday morning.
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SpaceX Dec 5
Dragon’s solar arrays have deployed.
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