SpaceX's priority is to safely launch astronauts into space, they are actively developing the Crew Dragon spacecraft to launch astronauts for the very first time to the International Space Station (ISS). Read More
NASA has been highly dependent on Russian spacecraft for the past years. If SpaceX achieves a successful test, NASA astronauts will fly to the space station next year. Beginning the dawn of a new space era, where American rockets launch astronauts from American soil. Read More
NASA said the In-Flight Abort test demonstration for Crew Dragon is scheduled for January 4, 2020. During the In-Flight Abort test..... Read More
SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft is under development under a $2.6 billion contract with NASA's Commercial Crew Program, to safely carry astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS). Read More
SpaceX is developing Crew Dragon under a Commercial Crew Program contract with NASA, the objective is to launch astronauts from American soil. Read More
SpaceX, the rocket company founded by Elon Musk, aims to launch NASA astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) next year. Meanwhile, we can play a game to learn more about the mission! Read More
Spaceflight enthusiasts - prepare - the Florida Space Coast will have an active holiday season filled with SpaceX missions!
Here's a rundown of SpaceX missions that are programmed to occur before this year ends.
NASA Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley were wearing their new suits at the SpaceX facility, as part of a training session for the future Demo-2 mission, which will be the first crewed SpaceX flight to the International Space Station. Read More
Today, teams at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Landing Zone 1, successfully test fired a Crew Dragon capsule's abort engines. An important milestone for the company ahead of the actual in-flight abort mission. Read More
SpaceX is conducting a series of tests that involve Crew Dragon. Next test, will be a ground test firing of the SuperDraco thrusters that is scheduled to happen on Wednesday, November 6. at Cape Canaveral, Florida.