Following a Successful Launch on the first full Falcon 9 Block 4 (previous flights have flown Block 4 Second Stages) Dragon arrived at the ISS and was captured by the Stations Canadarm, concluding a 36-hour journey. Falcon 9 blasted off on Sunday, August 14 and deployed Dragon around 10 minutes later. Dragon (the last new-build […]Read more "Dragon Arrives at the ISS after a Perfect Flight"
By Kai Farrimond The CRS-12 Dragon Spacecraft launched from Launch Complex 39A in Kennedy Space Center today aboard a Falcon 9 rocket. This specific Dragon was carrying over 6,400 pounds (around 2,900kg) of supplies and payloads to the International Space Station. CRS-12 is the last mission in the original CRS contract. The contract was originally […]Read more "Falcon 9 Sends Dragon into Orbit and Returns to Landing Zone 1"
NOTE: Image is of a previous Static Fire Of Falcon 9. After a month of down time due to Range Maintenance, a brand-new Falcon 9 lit it’s engines at Pad 39A this morning in preparation for launch on August 14 at 12:31pm ET or 16:31pm UTC. This mission will carry SpaceX’s twelfth Cargo Resupply Services […]Read more "Falcon 9 Static Fires For CRS-12"