News Archive / Tagged: SAOCOM
SpaceX aiming for first polar launch from Florida in 60 yearsCullen DesforgesAugust 28th, 2020
On August 30, SpaceX is planning to make another entry in the modern-day history books, flying a launch trajectory not seen from Florida’s Space Coast in over 60 years. The mission to launch the SAOCOM-1B payload into a sun-synchronous polar orbit is also part of a rare, two-launch day on the Eastern Range.
A busy week planned for the Space Coast, 3 launches in 3 daysTheresa CrossAugust 25th, 2020
The countdown is on for three planned launches from Cape Canaveral this week, beginning with an early morning United Launch Alliance flight scheduled for 06:12 GMT (2:21 a.m. EDT), Thursday August 27. Launching from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station’s Launch Complex 37B, the triple body Delta-lV Heavy rocket (the largest of the Delta lV family) […]
Gallery: SpaceX creates nebula, makes historyJason RhianOctober 8th, 2018
SpaceX created its own nebula in the skies above California - as the company successfully achieved yet another milestone.