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 […]

Teams Recover, Tow Floating Falcon 9 Rocket into Port Canaveral

A recovery boat tows in SpaceX’s CRS-16 Falcon 9 rocket, which launched a Cargo dragon to the International Space Station for NASA a couple days prior but missed its landing pad, instead ditching offshore. Photo: Jeff Seibert / AmericaSpace

ORIGINAL REPORT Dec 5, 2018: While Dragon CRS-16 heads to a Saturday rendezvous with […]

Air Force Didn't Take Out SpaceX's GovSat Booster, Private Company Did (UPDATED WITH CORRECTION)

The flight-proven first stage which launched GovSat-1, floating in the ocean after conducting a very high retrothrust landing in water. SpaceX hoped to tow it back to shore, but called in the Air Force to blow it up instead. Credit: Elon Musk via Twitter

UPDATE 2/9/2018: SpaceX issued a statement denying any USAF […]

These Are The Best Places to Watch Falcon Heavy's Debut Next Week

Waterfowl around launch complex 39A take flight as the world’s most powerful (soon) operational rocket, the Falcon Heavy, came to life for a test fire on Jan 24, 2018. Photo Credit: Mike Killian / AmericaSpace

Thousands of space enthusiasts and spectators, as well as around 400 credentialed journalists from around the globe, are […]

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 […]

Best Public Viewing Locations to Watch Thursday's Orion EFT-1 Launch

The ULA Delta-IV Heavy in action. Photo Credit: Alan Walters / AmericaSpace

Thousands of space enthusiasts and spectators are flocking to Florida’s “Space Coast” this week to witness the world’s most powerful rocket launch NASA’s deep space Orion crew capsule on Thursday, Dec. 4 (7:05 a.m. EST liftoff). Hotels throughout Brevard County have […]

Space Coast FPRA Hosts Media Summit at Port Canaveral

Photo Credit: NASA

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla — The Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) will be hosting a media summit Thursday, April 25 allowing those interested to network with members of the media. The event will be held at the Canaveral Port Authority Maritime Center from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. EDT, […]

Launch Viewing Guide for SpaceX Falcon 9

Want to know the best spots from which to watch SpaceX’s Falcon 9 launch? Image Courtesy of Max-Q Entertainment

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla — So, you’re in town and you’ve just found out that SpaceX (does anybody call them Space Exploration Technologies anymore?) will be launching one of the company’s highly-successful Falcon 9 rockets […]

Launch Viewing Guide: Atlas-V Rocket To Launch X-37B Space Plane Tuesday Afternoon

Launch of the USAF secretive X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV) on its second flight, OTV-2, March 5, 2011. Photo Credit: Alan Walters / www.AWaltersPhoto.com

Launch of the USAF secretive X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV) on its second flight, OTV-2, March 5, 2011. Photo Credit: Alan Walters / www.AWaltersPhoto.com

After being postponed for over a month, United Launch Alliance (ULA) is ready to launch a secretive space plane for the USAF on its third mission this coming Tuesday, […]

Launch Viewing Guide: Delta-IV Heavy To Launch Classified NROL-15 Payload Friday Morning

United Launch Alliance poster for the NROL-15 launch has a black leopard circling a Delta IV Heavy: Image Credit: ULA

United Launch Alliance (ULA) is less than 48 hours away from attempting to launch their sixth rocket this year, one which will carry a classified payload into orbit for the U.S. National Reconnaissance […]