News Archive / Author: Theresa Cross
Theresa Cross grew up on the Space Coast. It’s only natural that she would develop a passion for anything “Space” and its exploration. During these formative years, she also discovered that she possessed a talent and love for defining the unique quirks and intricacies that exist in mankind, nature, and machines. Hailing from a family of photographers—including her father and her son, Theresa herself started documenting her world through pictures at a very early age. As an adult, she now exhibits an innate photographic ability to combine what appeals to her heart and her love of technology to deliver a diversified approach to her work and artistic presentations. Theresa has a background in water chemistry, fluid dynamics, and industrial utility.
Articles By Theresa Cross
Falcon Heavy orbits classified USSF-67 Space Force payloadJanuary 15th, 2023
A classified payload for the United States Space Force, USSF-67, was lofted into orbit by a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket just after sunset in Florida.
SpaceX launches private Japanese Hakuto-R Moon landerDecember 11th, 2022
After a nearly two-week delay, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 launched Japan-based ispace’s small Hakuto-R M1 lunar lander toward the Moon.
OneWeb satellites launch atop SpaceX Falcon 9 rocketDecember 8th, 2022
For the first time atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, a batch of OneWeb internet satellites were launched into space to help build out the company's broadband constellation.
Falcon 9 launches CRS-26 Dragon to International Space StationNovember 26th, 2022
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched the CRS-26 cargo Dragon mission into orbit to resupply the International Space Station.
NASA’s Artemis 1 Space Launch System Moon rocket finally flies!November 16th, 2022
In the dark of night, NASA’s long-delayed Artemis 1 Space Launch System rocket finally took to the skies to send an uncrewed Orion spacecraft to the Moon.
SpaceX Falcon 9 launches Galaxy 31, 32 satellitesNovember 12th, 2022
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket left Earth with two telecommunication satellites, Galaxy 31 and Galaxy 32, from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.
Ready to roll: Artemis 1 set to return to pad for launchNovember 3rd, 2022
After more than two months, NASA is poised to try again to fly the massive Artemis 1 Space Launch System rocket on its debut mission.
SpaceX launches first Falcon Heavy rocket in three yearsNovember 1st, 2022
Under the cover of fog, SpaceX launched a Falcon Heavy rocket with the classified USSF-44 mission for the United States Space Force.
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket orbits the Hotbird 13F satelliteOctober 15th, 2022
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket lit up the night sky in Florida to send the Hotbird 13F communications satellite into orbit for Eutelsat.
Experience delivers: Moving SLS with the crawler-transporterOctober 12th, 2022
Meet Bob Myers, one of NASA’s crawler drivers that transport rockets to and from the Vehicle Assembly Building and Launch Complex 39B.
Crew-5 Dragon launches astronauts, cosmonaut to Space StationOctober 5th, 2022
Three astronauts and one cosmonaut are bound for the International Space Station after launching atop a Falcon 9 rocket as part of the Crew-5 mission.
Atlas V launches two SES communications satellitesOctober 4th, 2022
A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket soared skyward to send two communications satellites into space for Luxembourg-based SES.
The first few miles of Artemis 1 starts with the crawlerAugust 22nd, 2022
NASA’s Space Launch System rocket has returned to the pad for the Artemis 1 mission after a 10-hour trek via the crawler-transporter.
Transporter Erector for Blue Origin New Glenn goes verticalAugust 19th, 2022
Blue Origin’s transporter erector, which will be used for the company’s massive New Glenn rocket, was raised to the vertical position on Launch Complex 36.
SpaceX launches Starlink satellites from both US coastsAugust 12th, 2022
SpaceX flew two Starlink missions this week -- one on each coast of the United States -- increasing the size of the company's internet constellation.