SpaceX takes off its flight into space

Headed to the International Space Station, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’s a private space capsule Dragon was flew on Tuesday just after 10 minutes of the Falcon9 rocket launch into the night sky for the space station’s orbit to line up with the launching pad.

However all eyes are on the Dragon that will first perform test maneuvers and then link up to the International Space Station, which circles the Earth at 17,000 miles per hour.

Continue Reading >>

SpaceX Dragon ship calls off launch

As per latest news, U.S. historical launch of SpaceX Dragon ship, the first unmanned commercial spacecraft to the International Space Station has been delayed by at least three days.

The American SpaceX led by billionaire Elon Musk’s mission to make history by sending Dragon with the station was aborted just a half second ahead of the countdown to launch the company’s Dragon capsule carried by its Falcon rocket on yesterday from Cape Canaveral, Florida.

Continue Reading >>

Elon Musk’s private Dragon ship to land with ISS in Feb 2012

On February 7, the first mission to the International Space Station by a privately built and operated spacecraft will lift off; this has been announced by NASA.

The builder and manager of this craft is SpaceX, techbiz visionary Elon Musk’s new company. This craft will be made with Dragon capsule and Falcon 9 rocket that use to deliver supplies to the International Space Station.

In fact, the craft lift by Dragon and the Falcon 9 which all are modern designs as compare to rockets that have been used since 1970. Along this operating cost of Falcon 9 is expected to be low which lifts it.

Continue Reading >>


Get the Facebook Likebox Slider Pro for WordPress