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  • SpaceX Dragon to take recycling to new heights - Press Herald

    The refurbished capsule will make its second trip into space, saving the company time and money. By MARCIA DUNNAssociated Press. Share. facebook · tweet · email · print. Comment. Read Article. CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – SpaceX is taking recycling to a ...and more »

  • SpaceX Taking Recycling All the Way to Orbit With Cargo Ship - U.S. News & World Report

    SpaceX Taking Recycling All the Way to Orbit With Cargo Ship - U.S. News & World Report;

    In this Sept. 23, 2014 photo made available by NASA, the SpaceX Dragon commercial cargo craft approaches the International Space Station. On a June 2017 supply run to the station, SpaceX will use this capsule. The milestone comes just two months after ...and more »

  • SpaceX science: Pesky fruit flies could give insight into human heart - Orlando Sentinel

    SpaceX science: Pesky fruit flies could give insight into human heart - Orlando Sentinel;

    Sanford Burnham Prebys scientist Karen Ocorr shows off the fruit flies that are heading into space aboard a SpaceX mission on Thursday. (Sanford Burnham Prebys). Marco SantanaContact ReporterOrlando Sentinel. Privacy Policy. To learn more about the ...and more »

  • SpaceX to re-fly a Dragon spacecraft for first time ever - KITV Honolulu

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- SpaceX is poised to do something it's never done before: send the same spacecraft into Earth's orbit for a second time. The pioneering company, headed by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, will attempt to reuse a Dragon spacecraft on an ...and more »

  • SpaceX to launch heart, bone health experiments to space station Thursday - CU Boulder Today

    SpaceX to launch heart, bone health experiments to space station Thursday - CU Boulder Today;

    A SpaceX rocket is slated to launch two University of Colorado Boulder-built payloads to the International Space Station (ISS) from Florida Thursday, including one to look at changes in cardiovascular stem cells in microgravity that may someday help ...and more »

  • You Can Watch 4 Rocket Launches in 24 Hours, Starting Tonight! Here's How - Space.com

    You Can Watch 4 Rocket Launches in 24 Hours, Starting Tonight! Here's How - Space.com;

    A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket test-fires its first-stage engines on May 28, 2017, ahead of a planned June 1 launch to deliver supplies for NASA. The launch is one of four scheduled flights from different spaceports between May 31 and June 1. Credit: SpaceX.and more »

  • SpaceX poised for Thursday cargo launch to space station - Phys.Org

    SpaceX poised for Thursday cargo launch to space station - Phys.Org;

    SpaceX is poised to blast off its next delivery of food, supplies and science experiments to the astronauts living at the International Space Station on Thursday. The launch of SpaceX's 11th commercial resupply mission aboard an unmanned Dragon cargo ...and more »

  • SpaceX to blast off Dragon space capsule for SECOND time - Daily Mail

    SpaceX to blast off Dragon space capsule for SECOND time - Daily Mail;

    It has already sent a previously flown rocket into orbit - and now Elon Musk's SpaceX plans to do the same with a spacecraft. Liftoff is targeted for 5:55 p.m. EDT on June 1, 2017, from Launch Complex 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.and more »

  • Tomorrow, SpaceX Will Forever Transform Spaceflight - Futurism

    Tomorrow, SpaceX Will Forever Transform Spaceflight - Futurism;

    As part of Elon Musk's long-term plan to reach Mars, the Dragon CRS-4 will launch for the International Space Station for the second time tomorrow. Why Is This Dragon Special? Tomorrow (June 1, 2017) will be a landmark date for commercial space travel.and more »

  • NASA Setting Space Fires For Science Out Of Earth's Gravity Aboard ISS - International Business Times

    NASA Setting Space Fires For Science Out Of Earth's Gravity Aboard ISS - International Business Times;

    The space agency will perform Advanced Combustion via Microgravity Experiments — or ACME for short — in the microgravity of Earth's orbit to better understand how flames burn in different conditions. In addition to improving fire safety on spacecraft ...and more »