It's a bird. It's a plane! It's an economically viable space industry!
The investigation lacked the openness taxpayers would expect before a return-to-flight.
You could say the losses were astronomical.
SpaceX's next launch will be its last using a disposable rocket.
China Plans to Shut Down Coal Plants, SpaceX Launches and Lands, Curiosity Finds Evidence of Water, and More.
Welcome to the age of an economically viable space industry.
2016 space missions included dramatic moments, triumphs and failures, and beginnings and endings, all part of mankind’s quest to explore the final frontier.
The FAA is letting SpaceX launch rockets again.
Much of what we take for granted today would astonish the people of the early 20th century. How they would react to motorized prosthetics, the Internet, or a combination phone/camera/computer that fits in your pocket. In that spirit, here’s an infographic of today’s technology as it might have been imagined by the futurists of yesteryear.
2016 landed the first reusable rocket, perhaps 2017 will see the first launch of a reused rocket.
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