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How a drone saw SpaceX's latest rocket landing (plus killer new photos) - New Atlas

Three times SpaceX has landed its Falcon 9 rocket on solid ground and three times it has shared video of the event with the world. But as the company continues to show, there is more than one way to skin a 20-story spacecraft. The latest case in point ...and more »

Why NASA sent a superbug to the space station - CNN

(CNN) An antibiotic-resistant superbug launched on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket Sunday from the same Kennedy Space Center launch complex where the first manned mission to the moon lifted off and the bug will be studied by astronauts on the International ...and more »

Drone footage provides amazing view of SpaceX's successful rocket landing - Mirror.co.uk

SpaceX is getting better at landing its reusable rockets - and this time the private space company had an eye in the sky to capture the moment. Elon Musk's company was hoping for its third successful landing after delivering a payload into space. To ...and more »

Get a drone's-eye view of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket landing – and much, much more - GeekWire

Falcon 9 descent The Falcon 9 rocket's first-stage booster descends through the clouds. (SpaceX Photo). SpaceX's first-ever commercial rocket launch from NASA's Kennedy Space Center was picture-perfect, but the landing was arguably even more photogenic ...and more »

SpaceX Launches 1st Private Rocket from Historic NASA Pad — Then Sticks a Landing - Space.com

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX has launched the first private rocket from the same historic site that saw some of NASA's greatest space missions, then landed a booster nearby in a resounding success. The California-based company's Falcon 9 rocket ...and more »

SpaceX launches from a historic NASA pad -- then sticks the landing - Computerworld

You know the saying: If at first you don't succeed, launch a rocket from a historic NASA pad and show everyone how it's done. That may not be the exact saying, but close enough. And that is pretty much precisely what SpaceX did on Sunday, launching a ...and more »

In Photos: NASA's Historic Launch Pad 39A, from Apollo to Shuttle to SpaceX - Space.com

Hanneke joined the team at Space.com in August 2016 as a staff writer and producer. She's a self-proclaimed science geek from the South with a passion for all things out of this world! She has previously written for Scholastic, MedPage Today ...and more »

SpaceX Launches Rocket Carrying Space Station Cargo - New York Times

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. — Engines ignited and a rocket lifted off here on Sunday, for the first time since the last space shuttle launch five and a half years ago. A Falcon 9 rocket from Elon Musk's Space Exploration Technologies Corporation ...and more »

SpaceX rocket launches into orbit, booster returns to earth - Deutsche Welle

The 15-story high booster portion of the rocket successfully returned to earth with a controlled, upright, landing. SpaceX hopes to begin carrying astronauts to the space station in 2018 and, eventually, to Mars. USA Start SpaceX Falcon 9 Rakete in ...and more »

SpaceX Falcon lifts off to International Space Station from historic Kennedy Space Centre - ABC Online

A SpaceX Falcon rocket has blasted off from a historic NASA launch pad at the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida. It was visible for just seconds before ducking into clouds on its way to the International Space Station, with around 2,500 kilograms of ...and more »