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SpaceX lost the successfully landed main stage of the Falcon Heavy rocket

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Last week, SpaceX, a private aerospace company, successfully landed the spent central first stage of the super-heavy Falcon Heavy launch vehicle on a robotic barge in the Atlantic Ocean. However, it was still not possible to save the stage. This is caused by the troubled waters, reports The Verge portal, citing the company's statement. “At […]

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NASA chose SpaceX for an asteroid “ramming” mission

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The company Ilona Mask won the NASA aerospace agency's contract to launch the DART space mission, the goal of which will be the first ever attempt to change the trajectory of the asteroid. According to sources, the state agency decided to choose SpaceX because the latter offered its services for a significantly lower amount than […]

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SpaceX conducted the first successful commercial launch of the Falcon Heavy super-heavy rocket

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With the launch of the Kennedy Space Center, owned by NASA, LC-39A, the successful commercial launch of the super-heavy Falcon Heavy launch vehicle of the US aerospace company SpaceX was conducted. The launch was supposed to take place the day before, but was postponed due to inappropriate weather conditions. The carrier should bring a new […]

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Video of the day: Landing all three steps of SpaceX Falcon Heavy

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On April 12, SpaceX conducted the first successful commercial launch of the Falcon Heavy super-heavy rocket. The carrier put a new communication satellite Arabsat 6A into orbit, while SpaceX for the first time in its history was able to land three spent accelerators at once. Let's see how it was. At first (three minutes after […]

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SpaceX saved the Falcon Heavy rocket nose cone and is going to reuse it

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SpaceX, after today's first fully successful commercial launch of the Arabsat 6A telecommunications satellite, managed to maintain in integrity not only the three accelerators of the super-heavy launch vehicle Falcon Heavy, but also its nose fairing, which the company plans to use again in one of the future space missions. 2019 About this through his […]

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