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SpaceX aims to crush seven records with three Falcon 9's within five hours SpaceX aims to crush seven records with three Falcon 9's within five hours

On March 30, 2024, SpaceX aims to break no fewer than seven of their own records with the back-to-back-to-back launches of Eutelsat 36D, Starlink Group 6-45 and Starlink Group 7-18.

Mar 30, 2024 2 mins

2023 Space Wrapped: Another year for the books 2023 Space Wrapped: Another year for the books

2023 has been an amazing year for the aerospace industry, so lets go over the highs and lows of this year, and what to expect in the year to come! SpaceX It has been another insane and record breaking year for SpaceX! In 2023 they reached their all time launch

Jan 3, 2024 19 mins

Falcon Heavy lifting off for USSF-52. ©SpaceX Falcon Heavy lofts US Space Force's X-37B to orbit for the first time

On the morning of the 29th of December 2023 at 01:07 am, in Greenwich Mean Time, a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket lifted off from Launch Complex 39A in Cape Canaveral, Florida. This launch was for the United States Space Force carrying the X-37B spaceplane, the first time launching on

Dec 29, 2023 4 mins

B1058 returning to port after its final flight. ©@johnkrausphotos Record-setting Falcon 9 booster stumbles into port

Disclaimer: This article is intended to celebrate the record-breaking flight history of B1058. Early in the morning of the 26th of December, in Greenwich Mean Time, SpaceX sadly announced that the record-setting booster B1058 had been lost. In an announcement from SpaceX, the reason for the loss was the following:

Dec 26, 2023 8 mins

X-37B Jumpscare: Stealthy Spaceplane to Launch in Early December X-37B Jumpscare: Stealthy Spaceplane to Launch in Early December

UPDATE November 29th, 2023: Launch of OTV-7 has been pushed from December 7th to December 10th since publishing. This article has been edited to reflect this. In a surprise to all but the most astute observers, Boeing's X-37B spaceplane is headed back to orbit next month. While its

Nov 9, 2023 3 mins

Through ups and downs, humanity achieves 23 years straight in orbit Through ups and downs, humanity achieves 23 years straight in orbit

The last two decades have been quite the bumpy ride for humans. But throughout it, one thing has been constant: a continuous presence aboard quite possibly the world's best-known laboratory, the orbiting, International Space Station. The ISS is just as much a triumph of geopolitics as it is

Nov 1, 2023 1 min