Grapple of Dragon by the ISS crew has been successful. Watch the full video of the event. The coupling maneuver has also been completed successful. Hatch opening will be done over the next day.
SpaceX’s own capsule
This is a cool compilation of a variety of SpaceX launches and tests. It is is in super duper 4K (2160p) If you haven’t the gear to play 4K just switch to the HD format you can watch. Don’t forget to crack up your speaker, SpaceX has a tradition in using really cool soundtracks too!
Rescheduled for April 14th 19:50 UT (21:50 CEST) and successful. Full launch video The first stage landed on the droneship but unfortunately tp hard for survival (Scrubbed due to lightning) If all goes well tonight at 20:15 UT (22:15 CEST) SPaceX will launch Dragon on it’s seventh mission to ISS. (One demonstration mission and six […]
With CRS-5 launch SpaceX launched the sixth Dragon capsule to ISS. This launch was particularly exciting as this was the first launch SpaceX tried to land the first stage on the Autonomous Spaceport Drone Ship (ASDS). Short after the successful deployment of Dragon to it’s initial orbit. Elon twittered: “Rocket made it to drone spaceport ship, […]
Lets take a look at the Dragon V2 flight animation. Despite that it is just a first animation, it’s fun to have a look at it and make some analysis, by comparing it with what we already know from Dragon V1. The first thing that springs to attention is the trunk. It is much longer […]
New Launch date: Saturday 10-01-2014 Time: 09:47 UT
As you can read in the many blog posts on my blog, SpaceX did a lot of development and made a lot of launches in the last year. All SpaceX highlight are summed are summed up in this video.
This video is a timelapse produced from 12.500 images taken by ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst, during the Blue dot ISS mission. Watch the amazing timelapses of aurora, night skies and the stars clearly showing through Earth’s atmosphere. There aso some really cool shots from the berthing of Dragon and the departure of Cygnus the Orbital science […]