Delta IV Medium Launches into Retirement with 'Magellan' GPS III Satellite for USAF

For the 29th and final time, a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta IV Medium booster took flight Thursday, 22 August to deliver the second Block III Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite to Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) for the U.S. Air Force. Photo: Jeff Seibert / AmericaSpace.com

For the 29th and final time, a United […]

Dream Chaser on Track for 2021 Debut atop ULA's Second Vulcan Launch

Today Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) held a press conference announcing their selection of the United Launch Alliance (ULA) Vulcan rocket to launch their reusable Cargo Dream Chaser ‘spaceplane’ on its upcoming uncrewed resupply missions to and from the International Space Station (ISS) for NASA.

Leadership from both companies also shed some light on […]

SpaceX Launches 10th Mission of 2019 with AMOS-17

AMOS-17 headed to orbit atop a 3x used Falcon 9 rocket from SLC-40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, FL on 6 August 2019. Photo: SpaceX

Shortly before sunset Tuesday, 6 August, a fond farewell was paid to one of few rockets in history to have flown as many as three times. SpaceX’s B1047 first-stage […]

Falcon Heavy's Launch with Arabsat 6A in Spectacular Imagery

Falcon Heavy lifting off pad 39A with Arabsat 6A, as seen from the crawlerway formerly used by the Saturn V and space shuttles, just outside the launch pad’s south perimeter. Photo Credit: Mike Killian / AmericaSpace.com

SpaceX put on another spectacular show April 11 with the second launch of their triple-barreled Falcon Heavy rocket, […]

Where to Watch Wednesday's Falcon Heavy Launch Locally

A year since its spectacular maiden voyage, SpaceX plans as many as two Falcon Heavy launches in 2019. Photo Credit: Mike Killian / AmericaSpace

Upwards of 100,000+ people are expected to descend upon Florida’s Space Coast on Wednesday, all in anticipation of witnessing the second launch of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy, which will fly […]

Last Night's Falcon 9 Will Fly One More Time, Exploding Mid-Air in Crew Dragon Abort Test

A SpaceX Crew Dragon test article launches on a Pad Abort Test from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station SLC-40, Florida. Photo Credit: John Studwell / AmericaSpace

The Falcon 9 rocket which launched last night’s SpaceX mission performed beautifully on its third flight, delivering Indonesia’s PSN-6 satellite “Nusantara Satu” to orbit, along with a U.S. […]

Good Test Fire for First Crew Dragon Mission Paves Way to Launch NET Late February

SpaceX Falcon 9 test fire for Crew Dragon debut on ‘Demo-1’, currently targeting NET late February 2019 launch from KSC pad 39A in Florida. Photo: SpaceX

SpaceX conducted a long-awaited Static Test Fire yesterday (Jan 24) of the Falcon 9 rocket which will soon launch their first Crew Dragon from Florida, marking the first […]

Falcon Heavy Roars to Life as Successful Test Fire Paves Way for February Launch Debut

SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket comes to life for the first time on pad 39A at KSC Jan 24, 2018, carrying out its first static test fire. Photo Credit: Mike Killian / AmericaSpace

One of the most highly-anticipated rockets in history roared to life for the first time today (Jan 24, 2018) atop its […]

NRO 76 Launch To Put SpaceX Deep In ULA Territory Sunday

NROL-76 will mark the first launch by SpaceX of a classified military payload, putting the company deep into ULA territory. Photo Credit: Mike Killian / AmericaSpace

The National Reconnaissance Office NRO 76 mission set for liftoff from the Kennedy Space Center early Sunday Apr. 30, could introduce a new or upgraded class of […]

PHOTOS: First Reused Orbital Rocket in History Makes Sunrise Return to Cape Canaveral

SpaceX’s Falcon-9 arriving into Port Canaveral this morning after launching (and landing) its SECOND mission just days ago (SES-10), the first orbital rocket in history to be reused. Photo Credit: Mike Killian / AmericaSpace

The first orbital rocket in history to be reused is now docked in Port Canaveral, having made […]