Space X launches Falcon 9 for Mission CSR-2 to resupply the International Space Station with supplies and equipment. Watch the live stream here as it makes its way to the ISS.
UPDATE: It successfully launched!
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SpaceX is taking to the skies (and beyond) again, Friday, March 1 10:30 a.m. (EST) to be exact. The SpaceX Falcon 9 will launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida Friday morning and we’ll have the livestream here on TechnoBuffalo. After the launch, the spacecraft, Dragon, will separate from Falcon 9 and make its way to the […]
The SpaceX Dragon docked to the International Space Station (ISS) early Wednesday morning. Dragon is expected to remain docked to the ISS for 18 months. Dragon shuttled supplied the station with 882 pounds of supplies and researching equipment. As of right now the Space X Dragon functions like a giant Storage Pod you’d find out […]
Elon Musk wants to bring you and 79,999 of your closest friends to colonize a nice little spread on Mars. The SpaceX founder and CEO revealed his ambitious plans to the Royal Aeronautical Society earlier this month, revealing each trip would cost $500,000 and would rely on a reusable rocket similar to SpaceX’s Falcon 9 […]
After a series of setbacks, SpaceX successfully docked its Dragon capsule to the International Space Station in late May, the first time ever by a privately owned company. Under the helm of CEO Elon Musk, also CEO of Tesla Motors, the company proved that with a sense of wonder, imagination and incredible feats of engineering, […]
Sometimes it’s more about the journey than the actual destination. For SpaceX, what a journey it’s been. On May 22 at 3:44 ET, after six years long years of trial and error, Elon Musk’s private space transport company successfully sent its Falcon 9 rocket racing toward the heavens above, the first commercial flight ever to […]
It sounds like complete science fiction, but SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft on Friday was finally “captured” by the ISS. It’s a historic day for science and engineering, and a monumental step for commercial space flight, as the Dragon is the first ever private craft to hook up, and dock, with the International Space Station. “Once again […]