Monthly Archives February 2017

Successful SpaceX Launch & Landing of Falcon 9 + Dragon CRS-10 Mission to the ISS

At 9:39:00 am ET on February 19, 2017, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, carrying the Dragon spacecraft, lifted off from Launch Complex 39A to deliver nearly 5,500 lbs of cargo and supplies to the International Space Station. This marked SpaceX’s first launch from Kennedy Space Center’s historic pad, and the first launch from LC-39A since July 8, 2011 when Atlantis lifted off for the final flight of the Shuttle Program.

 

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Where is the International Space Station ISS?

If you ever wondered where the International Space Station (ISS) currently is above the Earth, we have the answer for you. On our “Where is the ISS” page you can follow the space station in almost realtime (5 seconds update).

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SpaceX Postpones Launch of Tenth Cargo Mission to the International Space Station

The Feb. 18 launch attempt of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket was scrubbed due to a second stage thrust control issue. The rocket was scheduled to launch the company’s Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station with almost 5,500 pounds of scientific research and other supplies. Details about a future launch attempt are being evaluated.

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