SpaceX successfully launched the satellite that Thales build for Turkmenistan in cooperation with Monaco. This is a kind of special cooperation and there is a nice interview with some important people how where involved explaining there role in the process and that of the satellite. As you learn some backgrounds this interviews are well worth […]
Cool SpaceX launches in Ultra HD 4K
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!
SpaceX ABS/Eutelsat-1 Mission
Some catching up. SpaceX ABS / Eutlesat-1 launch video of March 1, 2015 This time no legs on the first stage. This is due the demanding mission profile a delivery of the satellites to a supersynchronous transfer orbit. which takes a lot of fuel. There will be not enough fuel left to make a active return […]
Album of all SpaceX mission patches released to date
Some awesome SpaceX fans brought together all the SpaceX mission patches they could find. You can find them on: http://imgur.com/a/lqKU1
Live coverage SpaceX CRS-5 launch (2e Updated 08-01-2014)
New Launch date: Saturday 10-01-2014 Time: 09:47 UT
SpaceX, rocket tank production timelapse video
Cool timelapse video of the production process.
Falcon 9 first stage reentry footage
A while ago SpaceX released some awesome footage shot from a chase plane. This was done during the Orbcomm OG2 Launch to Low Earth Orbit (LEO). LEO launches don’t require a lot of energy so there is enough fuel and oxygen left for a reentry burn. This is the onboard video from the same Orbcomm […]
Dragon CRS-4 mission to ISS
First thing what smite me when I watched the Falcon CRS-4 launch video that the four legs on the first where missing… For geo stationary missions Falcon needs a lot of fuel and it’s easy to see that there is ample room fuel wish to save enough to get he first stage back to to […]