Falcon 9

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Falcon 9 is a reusable, two-stage rocket designed and manufactured by SpaceX for the reliable and safe transport of people and payloads into Earth orbit.

SpaceX Is Close to the Global Internet Coverage

SpaceX continues to deploy its Starlink broadband constellation. SpaceX President and COO Gwynne Shotwell announced that to provide continuous global service, SpaceX needs five more launches.

SpaceX Launched a Record Batch of 143 Satellites as Part of the Transporter-1 Mission

As part of the Transporter-1 mission, SpaceX delivered a total of 143 satellites into orbit, which became a world record for the simultaneous launch of spacecraft into Earth orbit.

SpaceX Launched Its First Operational Crew Dragon Mission to the ISS

The flight called Crew-1 marks the first operational mission of the Crew Dragon as well as a new era of regularly sending people to the ISS for NASA.

SpaceX Successfully Launched 60 New Starlink Internet Satellites Once Again

SpaceX made it again: Elon Musk's company launched one more stack of 60 Starlink satellites into orbit. The company made another step closer to providing high-speed broadband internet to everyone.

NASA and SpaceX Crew-1 Mission to the ISS Is Delayed Due to Falcon 9 Engine Issue

The first Crew Dragon operational mission was delayed to November as SpaceX plans to study a Falcon 9 anomaly first. The company plans to investigate what happened with the first-stage engine gas generators during a private flight.

SpaceX Aborted Its Falcon 9 Launch With Updated GPS Satellite Two Seconds Before Liftoff

Friday’s launch abort is the second one for SpaceX in two days. On Thursday, the launch of another Falcon 9 rocket was canceled. It was supposed to bring 60 Starlink satellites into orbit.

SpaceX Successfully Launched Its First Polar Orbit Mission From Florida in Over 50 Years

On August 30, SpaceX launched its SAOCOM 1B Mission from Cape Canaveral, Florida, in decades. It’s been the first polar launch from Florida since 1969 and SpaceX’s first launch to a polar orbit from the East Coast.

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