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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.
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'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.
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
The SpaceX-10 cargo mission to the International Space Station launched from launch complex 39A (LC-39A) on February 19, 2017.
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 set for 2017 and it promises to be one any space fan can enjoy.
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.
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.
The private spaceflight company SpaceX is scheduled to launch its tenth cargo mission to the International Space Station for NASA today (Feb. 18) at 10:01 a.m. EST (1501 GMT).
SpaceX called off today's (Feb. 18) planned launch of its Dragon cargo spacecraft to investigate an issue with the second-stage engine on its Falcon 9 rocket. The next liftoff opportunity is tomorrow (Feb. 19) at 9:38 a.m. EST (1438 GMT).
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See the best photos on Space.com this week, including images of a record-breaking rocket launch that lofted 104 satellites and an amazing view of Jupiter's "little red spot."
NASA unveiled the winners of its space poop challence, life's building blocks were found on the dwarf planet Ceres and an Indian rocket launched a record-breaking 104 satellites to orbit. Here are the most interesting things that happened this week.
Any nation that hopes to have a space program needs to be able to keep an eye on its orbiting assets at all times. This means that Australia has become a key link in the global chain of ground-based tracking stations.