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Two Florida Space Coast Launches on Tap this Week from SpaceX and ULA: Sequence TBD

  This 1st stage booster has been refurbished for relaunch for the 3rd time for the AMOS-17 comsat in Aug. 2019. The recovered/droneship landed SpaceX Falcon 9 1st stage from Es’hail-2 launch in Nov. 2018 is readied for shipment on wheeled transporter back to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, FL.  Dramatically backdropped by NASA’s iconic Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) in this

SpaceX Test Fires Falcon 9 for AMOS-17 Comsat, Targets Aug 3 Liftoff: Photos

  SpaceX conducts successful evening static fire test of recycled Falcon 9 first stage engines at 8 p.m. EDT on July 31, 2019 with exhaust wafting overhead at Space Launch Complex-40 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station for the AMOS-17 comsat launch targeted for Aug. 3, 2019.  Credit: Ken Kremer/  Ken Kremer — & RocketSTEM – 1 August 2019 TITUSVILLE,

Bridenstine Greenlights ‘Green Run’ Full Duration Engine Test for NASA’s SLS Core Stage Moon Rocket

  A pathfinder test article for NASA’s SLS core stage rests beside the B-2 test stand at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi that will be used for the ’Green-Run’ static fire test. Credit: NASA Ken Kremer — & RocketSTEM – 27 July 2019 KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL/MICHOUD ASSEMBLY FACILITY,LA  – After months of deliberating back and forth NASA Administrator

VP Pence Declares Orion Artemis 1 Moon Capsule Complete During KSC Visit Honoring Apollo 11 Lunar Landing: Photos

Vice President Mike Pence visited NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida on July 20, 2019, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the agency’s Apollo 11 Moon landing. He joined Administrator Jim Bridenstine, Apollo 11 moonwalkwer Buzz Aldrin, KSC Director/astronaut Bob Cabana and other dignitaries to announce the completion of NASA’s Orion crew capsule for the first Artemis lunar mission –

Used SpaceX Falcon 9 Launches to Space Station with New NASA Docking Port and Research Gear: Photos

A used SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida for SpaceX’s 18th Commercial Resupply Services mission to the International Space Station on July 25, 2019, at 6:01 p.m with the CRS-18 Dragon cargo ship and 2.5 tons of science and supplies. Credit: Ken Kremer/ Ken Kremer — &