SpaceX, NASA Hail 1st Falcon 9 Rocket Launch from Pad Steeped in History
SpaceX's historic launch from NASA's Launch Complex 39A was a success, and so the post-launch press conference was short and full of smiling faces.
In Photos: SpaceX's 1st Launch from NASA's Historic Pad 39A
On Feb. 19, 2017, SpaceX launched its first Falcon 9 rocket mission from NASA's historic Apollo-era Launch Pad 39A. See photos of the flight here.
Webcast Replays: SpaceX Launches NASA Cargo from Pad 39A
SpaceX successfully launched a Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon capsule filled with NASA cargo toward the space station, and will host a post-launch press conference with NASA today at 11:30 a.m. EST (1630 GMT). Watch it live below, courtesy of NASA TV.
SpaceX Launches 1st Private Rocket from Historic NASA Pad — Then Sticks a Landing
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket blasted the robotic Dragon cargo capsule toward the International Space Station today (Feb. 19) from Launch Complex 39A — the same pad that once hosted Apollo moon mission and space shuttle launches.
Touchdown! SpaceX 1st Stage Lands After Launch From Apollo-Era Pad | Video
The Falcon 9 first stage landed on SpaceX’s landing zone 1 after launching the SpaceX-10 cargo spacecraft to the Intenational Space Station. The rocket lifted off from launch complex 39A, the same launch pad used for Apollo and Space Shuttle missions
Blastoff! SpaceX Launches From Historic Launch Pad 39A | Video
The SpaceX-10 cargo mission to the International Space Station launched from launch complex 39A (LC-39A) on February 19, 2017.
The Outer Space Treaty Has Been Successful – But Is It Fit for the Modern Age?
Space exploration is governed by a complex series of international treaties and agreements which have been in place for years. The first and probably most important of them celebrates its 50th anniversary on January 27 – The Outer Space Treaty.
Lego Has a New Space Shuttle and It Looks Awesome
Lego has a new space shuttle set for 2017 and it promises to be one any space fan can enjoy.
SpaceX to Make 2nd Launch Attempt from Historic NASA Pad Today: Watch Live
SpaceX will try again to launch its robotic Dragon cargo capsule toward the International Space Station Sunday (Feb. 19) at 9:38:59 a.m. EST (1438:59 GMT), and you can watch the liftoff live.
This BB-8 Robot is Just Like the Real Thing
Due out this fall, Spin Master's Hero Droid BB-8 looks and acts like it just rolled in from Jakku