SpaceX Flies Dragon CRS-16 to ISS, Lands Falcon Offshore After Grid-Fin Anomaly

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launching NASA’s CRS-16 mission to the ISS aboard a Cargo Dragon from SLC-40 at Cape Canaveral AFS, FLA. Photo Credit: Mike Killian / AmericaSpace.com

A major external payload to conduct laser-ranging observations of Earth’s forests, an investigation into muscle abnormalities in microgravity, first-time testing of liquid methane storage and […]

SpaceX's Long-Awaited Falcon 9 'Block 5' Heads to Texas for Testing

The first Block 5 variant of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, their final variant of the booster, was seen traveling on I-8 in Yuma, AZ this weekend en route to the company’s testing grounds in McGregor, TX. Photo Courtesy: Alison Morgan via u/tvgenius on Reddit (used with permission)

SpaceX’s long awaited first “Block 5” variant […]

SpaceX Delivers Secretive Zuma Payload to Orbit, Returns Upgraded Falcon 9 First Stage to LZ-1

The Upgraded Falcon 9 launches, performs its three-part Boostback, Entry and Landing Burn and returns to an LZ-1 touchdown in the first SpaceX mission of 2018. Photo Credit: John Kraus/AmericaSpace

Only days after SpaceX elevated its long-awaited Falcon Heavy booster for pre-Static Fire fit-checks on Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC), the […]

Storms Threaten Post-Landing Securing of Falcon 9 First Stage on Monday

A successful test fire of the Falcon 9 for next week’s CRS-12 launch, NET Aug 14. Photo Credit: AmericaSpace/Jeff Seibert

Weather conditions are expected to be broadly favorable around midday Monday, as SpaceX prepares to return to flight after an Eastern Range-enforced month-long hiatus in flights from the East Coast. Current plans call for […]

PHOTOS: SpaceX CRS-11 Launch and Landing

Falcon soars off 39A with the first reused Dragon cargo capsule on the CRS-11 resupply mission to the ISS for NASA. Photo Credit: John Studwell / AmericaSpace

SpaceX is checking off milestones at an impressive pace lately, and yesterday’s successful launch from Kennedy Space Center in Florida was no different. Following a weather scrub […]

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 NRO […]

SpaceX Launch and Landing Attempt GO Tonight at Cape Canaveral

SpaceX is scheduled to launch their Falcon-9 rocket tonight on its first launch since the loss of CRS-7 last summer. The mission is to deliver 11 OG2 satellites to low-Earth orbit for Orbcomm, but SpaceX has a secondary objective to land the booster’s first stage back at Cape Canaveral minutes after launch, on a […]