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On Wednesday, April 27th, SpaceX launched the Crew-4 mission to the ISS, carrying 3 NASA astronauts and an ESA astronaut. The crew will stay on the iss for six months, and perform a wide variety of science experiments before returning back to earth.
Here are the long awaited answers in our FAQ with Ulrik Falf-Petersen, better known as The Daily Hopper. A rare view behind the scenes of the space communities beloved comics.
NASA’s most powerful rocket, SLS was rolled out to the pad on March 18th. It will now perform a wet dress rehearsal before heading back to the VAB. After that it will once again be rolled out to be launched around the moon.
Today marks the 20th birthday of SpaceX, therefore we chose one of the first -and most iconic- pictures of SpaceX and its employees. Happy birthday SpaceX and happy Pi day everyone!
This time we chose a picture of the magnificent atlas V, which launched the GOES-T satellite to orbit on Tuesday, march 1st. GOES-T is the third sat in the GOES-R series of weather monitoring satellites.
On monday, february 28th, Rocket Lab launched its electron rocket carrying the StriX-β satellite to orbit. This sat is a technology demo for the Japanese company Synspective.
The Polaris Dawn crew spent some time in Starbase ahead of their announcement and saw Starship on the orbital launch pad. Meet the crew here...
What is your favourite rocket and why? My favourite rocket is the Falcon 9 Block 5 as it has kicked off a new revolution in our access to space by reducing the cost per kg to orbit. My favourite configuration is with Crew Dragon as besides it's general awesomeness, it is the first crewed vehicle […]
Last week SpaceX stacked Ship 20 on Booster 4 for the second time. They did this because of the Starship Update by elon musk on Thursday. It was the first time that they lifted a starship with the chopsticks.
On Wednesday, February 2nd, SpaceX launched NROL-87, carrying a classified satellite for the national reconnaissance office to space.
This picture shows Rocket Lab crews training to catch the electron first stage using a helicopter. This will allow them to lower the turnaround time of the booster, and thus make launching it cheaper.
During the past week, United Launch Alliance launched another Atlas V, this was the first launch of the Atlas V 511 “the big slider” variant. This variant has a big fairing and only 1 SRB. The payloads were two GSSAP sats for the US Air Force.
This week SpaceX launched the Transporter-3 mission, carrying 105 satellites to orbit. Afterwards the booster, B1058, landed on LZ-1, creating some beautiful shots.
ErcX is one of the most popular render artists, regularly showing us his work on Twitter. More than 70k fans are following him on the social media platform, many more have seen his posts. His answers to the questions from our community... Why did you start making renders? I’ve always wondered how 3D graphics work […]
This week we chose a picture of the starship orbital integration and catching tower. This week SpaceX did the first testing of the so called chopsticks, in the pic you can see them nearly at the top of the tower.