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SpaceX Dragon spacecraft - SpaceX is developing a family of launch vehicles intended to reduce the cost and increase the reliability of access to space ultimately by a factor of ten. Their design and manufacturing facilities are located in Southern California, near the Los Angeles airport, and their propulsion development and structural test facilities are located in Central Texas.
http://publicdomainclip-art.blogspot.com/2012/05/spacex-dragon-spacecraft.html
Capabilities & Services
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, SPACE LAUNCH COMPLEX 4 EAST The site’s location on the California coastline provides customers with access to high inclination and polar orbits, | SpaceX
http://www.spacex.com/about/capabilities
View the Space Launch Schedule of space rocket launches from launch sites around the world. Launch sites include Vandenberg Air Force Base California, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Kennedy Space Center and many more. Launches include SpaceX, NASA, CNSA, ISRO and NSAU.
https://www.spacelaunchschedule.com/launch-schedule/
Skywatcher Jennifer Garrison and her two sons Nicholas, 8, and Ethan, 5, observe SpaceX's dazzling rocket launch from their location in Big Bear, California on Dec. 22, 2017.
https://www.space.com/39200-spacex-rocket-launch-not-ufo-spectactular-photos.html
SpaceX is planning to launch a Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Santa Barbara County, California, on Sunday, October 7, 2018. A sonic boom will likely be heard around the Central Coast.
https://www.sanluisobispo.com/news/local/article219616910.html
5 Strange Phenomena in the Sky Caught on Camera
5 Strange Phenomena in the Sky Caught on Camera, Published on Mar 2, 2017.
https://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=D83LbKRxvYI&u=/watch%3Fv%3DMmtToL1Ofx4%26feature%3Dshare
Why SpaceX Is Changing Its Rocket Landing Location – TechCrunch
Why SpaceX Is Changing Its Rocket Landing Location | TechCrunch
http://techcrunch.com/2016/01/08/why-spacex-is-changing-its-rocket-landing-location/?ncid=mobilenavtrend#.upsmo4x:St4t
rockets, space and science🌌 on Instagram: “SpaceX manufactures the Falcon 9 rocket at their facility in Hawthorne, California. Although, the majority of their rockets launch in Cape…”
rockets, space and science🌌さんはInstagramを利用しています:「SpaceX manufactures the Falcon 9 rocket at their facility in Hawthorne, California. Although, the majority of their rockets launch in Cape…」
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Blue Origin breaks ground on new facility to develop orbital rockets
Blue Origin breaks ground on new facility to develop orbital rockets In an email to Blue Origin fans this morning founder Jeff Bezos announced that the company broke ground on their orbital vehicle manufacturing site in Florida. At 750000 square feet the new custom-built facility is designed to be large enough to accommodate manufacturing processing integration and testing of orbital rockets. To put that size in perspective SpaceXs rocket facility in Hawthorne California is nearly one million square feet. Artist rendition of Blue Origin orbital rocket facility / Image courtesy of Blue Origin Bezos stated that the entirerocket would be manufactured in this facility with the exception of the rocket engines themselves. While the suborbital New Shepard vehicle uses Blue Origins BE-3 engine the orbital rocket will use aBE-4 engine currently under development at their 260000 square-foot facility in Kent Washington.The company isworkingwith the United Launch Alliance onBE-4development. Scheduled to be flight-ready in 2019 the new engine couldbe integrated on both theBlue Origin orbital vehicle and ULAs Vulcan rocket. When it comes time to ramp up development of the BE-4 engine Blue Origin will select a new location to build a larger facility. Initial BE-4 engine production will occur at our Kent facility while we conduct a site selection process later this year for a larger engine production facility to accommodate higher production rates. Jeff Bezos founder Blue Origin. Orbital launches are the next big step for Bezos rocket company. To date theyve focused on perfecting the suborbital rocket business with repeated launches (and landings) of the New Shepard vehicle. In fact this month Blue Origin continued to prove out their reusable rocket capability with the fourth launch and landing of a single New Shepard rocket and crew capsule. Recovered New Shepard rocket / Image courtesy of Blue Origin These suborbital launches are great for space tourism Bezos has stated that theyre working to bring humans into space as early as 2018 and even for conducting research in a weightless environment. However if Blue Origin wants to get into the larger market of launching satellites they need to develop an orbital rocket. Compared to suborbital launches orbital launches are much more difficult and require more power and technical complexity. Suborbital launches simply need to travel high enough to reach outer space (considered by many to be 100 kilometers or 62 miles above the Earth) and come back down to the ground. Orbital launches however must travel both high enough and fast enough laterally to maintain their orbit around the Earth. This will be Blue Origins next big challenge. Its exciting to see the bulldozers in actionwere clearing the way for the production of a reusable fleet of orbital vehicles that we will launch and land again and again. Jeff Bezos founder Blue Origin Birds eye view of Blue Origin manufacturing site / Image courtesy of Blue Origin/Aerial Innovations While the development of the orbital manufacturing facility is just getting started Bezos stated that it should be complete by December 2017. With the BE-4 engine slated for flight-readiness in 2019 we will hopefully get to witnessa Blue Origin orbital launch and perhaps an attempted landing in the not-too-distant future. Lets block ads! (Why?) - Repost from: techcrunch Post
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#Mysterious #ROCKET seen at ex-US #naval base...
https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/683201/rocket-mystery-USAF-naval-base-California-video-Alameda-Naval-Air-Station
US company SpaceX continued its dominance in the commercial spaceflight arena, making a suite of rocket launches and landings. This February’s launch from California carried a radar satellite and two Starlink satellites — part of the firm’s ultimate goal to provide Internet worldwide.
https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-07684-4
Vandenberg AFB - Coin
https://store.nwtmint.com/product_details/9020/Vandenberg_AFB/
STS-114 - Space Shuttle Discovery
https://photos.robotpig.net/post/75861685097/sts-114-space-shuttle-discovery
The Ultimate Argument - Sheldon VS House
http://www.fodrizzle.com/2012/02/27/the-ultimate-argument-sheldon-vs-house/
On Oct. 4, 1957, the Soviet Union stunned the world with its surprise launch of Sputnik-1.
https://www.space.com/38357-sputnik-launch-60th-anniversary-space-age.html?utm_source=sdc-newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20171004-sdc
Empire State Building construction site 1931
https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/beta/asset/empire-state-building-new-york/1gF3u1ZKQ9CXrw
Star Maps
Learn to identify all the major Northern Hemisphere Constellations together.
http://csep10.phys.utk.edu/astr161/lect/time/maps.html
Zarya as seen in 2009 during STS-128, solar arrays folded
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zarya#/image/File:STS-128_EVA2_Russian_Orbital_Segment.jpg
Virgin Galactic's White Knight II
http://files.air-attack.com/SPACE/scaled/ss2_wk2_20080123.jpg
SpaceX's Crew Dragon Space Capsule Explained (Infographic) | Space
https://www.space.com/15429-spacex-dragon-space-capsule-manned-infographic.html
Hope for Endangered Butterfly Species
Papilio aristodemus ponceanus
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/13/130610-butterfly-endangered-species-insect-florida-nature-science-environment/
Space
Epic
http://img.timeinc.net/time/daily/2012/1204/sci_shuttle_transport_0420.jpg
Space Launch System (5)
Orion spacecraft test drop over Yuma, AZ. 2/29/2012.
http://theneteconomy.wordpress.com/2012/04/23/space-launch-system-5/



RogerCraigSmith 8 Oct 2018 shared via Twitter
This one's for you, Slooh! Last night's SpaceX Falcon9 launch from Vandenberg AFB in California. Given my location far from SoCal light pollution, I was able to blend a brief time-lapse of both the launch and a little of our own galaxy. Enjoy!


Homo_naledi 16 Aug 2018 shared via Twitter
SpaceX does launch from Vandenberg AFB in California and has done so four times in 2018 with at most five more by the end of the year. It also launches from Florida. This payload/mission affects which location they choose to launch from.


LadyRocketSpace 17 Feb 2018 shared via Twitter
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LadyRocketSpace 10 Feb 2018 shared via Twitter
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LadyRocketSpace 29 Jul 2019
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Zaib_Shaikh 12 Jun 2019
Great to be launch site in Southern California, ‘the perfect location for a Polar Orbit’ repping Team 🇨🇦 w/ for Constellation Mission & S/O from working with our 🇨🇦 🇺🇸 partners 🚀 🛰


LeanderCampbell 12 Jun 2019
Looks like California won’t be the only location launching a rocket today. launch party


baserunner0723 3 Jun 2019
Should the script on the SpaceX site have the launch window time display the local time of the launch location? (i.e If launch is in Florida, display EST/EDT, if launch is in California, display PST/PDT)


JoshuaCuellar 5 Apr 2018
NASA has launch sites in Alabama and Florida and uses U.S. Military launch sites in Georgia, Virginia, New Mexico and other locations. The succes rate for sattelites and rockets making it into orbit are quite high unlike California's SpaceX and there exploding rockets.


LadyRocketSpace 10 Feb 2018
gathering with St Supery Wine to discuss my Feb 17th celebrate in and launch at @VandenenbergAFB and @CaliforniaSpaceCenter celebration at California Space Center Location stay tuned


iamkostmos 14 Jan 2017
I love that webcast had location as "Vandenberg California, USA, Earth". To see launch location end w "Moon" or "Mars"...


SpaceX 11 Jan 2016
Full-duration static fire complete at our California pad. Preliminary data looks good in advance of Jason-3 launch.


KTLA 8 Jan 2017
SpaceX delays rocket launch at California base due to bad weather


BadAstronomer 29 Sep 2013
T-4 minutes to launch from California. Watch!


dbrunet2000 8 Feb 2015
SpaceX looks to launch space weather satellite, land rocket: SpaceX, the California-based company led by billi...


SpaceX 1 Jun 2009
SPACEX AND ATSB ANNOUNCE NEW LAUNCH DATE FOR RAZAKSAT SATELLITE: 7/13/09 (CALIFORNIA LOCAL DATE)


FOXLA 17 Jan 2016
WATCH LIVE: plans launch and rocket landing from California barge


SpaceflightNow 8 Jan 2017
Next SpaceX launch slipped to Jan. 14 due to stormy weather forecast at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.


SpaceflightNow 16 Jan 2016
Photos of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket poised on its hillside launch pad in California today:


spacewire 1 Jun 2010
SpaceX gears up for crucial rocket launch: California-based SpaceX has laid out a Friday timetable for the first t... http://bit.ly/dk0esJ


SpaceflightNow 29 Sep 2013
The rocket is filled with liquid propellant for its first launch from Vandenberg AFB in California.


SpaceflightNow 29 Sep 2013
WATCH LIVE as prepares to launch its next-generation rocket from California at 9 am PDT (12 pm EDT).


kurtjmac 17 Jan 2016
T-4 minutes until launch of from California. Very foggy at launch site, watch live


SpaceflightNow 29 Sep 2013
Everything is on schedule for launch of the rocket from California at 12 pm ET (9 am PT; 1600 GMT).


fbz 16 Jan 2016
the noaa jason-3 launch is scheduled for tomorrow, on a spacex falcon 9 from california at 10:42 pacific time:


ItalyinLA 5 Dec 2016


SpaceTeam 7 Jan 2017
SpaceX confirms Monday launch attempt from California


fbz 17 Jan 2016
the spacex falcon 9 california launch of an NOAA satellite to monitor sea surface height is in one hour:


SpaceflightNow 15 Sep 2013
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says launch of the company's Falcon 9 rocket from California is targeted for end of September.


SpaceflightNow 18 Oct 2013
SpaceX says it sees a market for four Falcon 9 launch pads in Florida, California and Texas.


csa_asc 2 Aug 2013
RT California-based firm wins bid to launch Canadian radar satellites


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