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The best places to watch a rocket launch in Florida!
So…. You’re in Florida and want to watch a rocket launch huh? Perhaps Falcon Heavy? Maybe another SpaceX launch, or even a different launch provider’s rocket. Well, today I wanted to give you a rundown on the best locations for watching rockets launch on the space coast. We’ll show you pictures and videos from each location to help you make the best decision on launch day.
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Guide to the best viewing locations along Florida's Space Coast for the planned Jan. 6, 2015 launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket under NASA's CRS program.
29th October 2014 - Rocket Launch Atlas V Launch location: Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. Company / Nation: SpaceX A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will attempt to deliver cargo and supplies to the International Space Station. A specific time for this launch has yet to be determined.
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Hey #LosAngeles friends - did anyone else see this in the sky at 5:30 PM today? I was taking a passenger to her location in Ladera Heights today (Dec. 22nd 2017) when I turned west onto a side street and saw what I initially thought was a plane leaving a bright dense contrail. However it quickly became apparent that this was not the case when the contrail quickly widened and the plane either broke into two pieces or revealed itself to be two separate bodies which seemed to fall to earth or water as chances are good that this was happening over the Pacific just southwest of LAX. The light from the lead object looked very much like it could simply be the tail of something burning through the atmosphere but the light from the second object seemed directional intentional and inconsistent with that of a freely falling object. Perhaps strangest of all is the fact that the second object seemed to be emitting circular blasts of energy or gas or who-knows-what in apparently random directions. In the video you can see one such blast occur in the direction of the light it omits. So - is this it? Are the aliens here? Or does SpaceX have some explaining to do? Addendum: just before posting this I did a quick Google search and learned that it was indeed SpaceXs launch of #Falcon9. Slightly disappointed it wasnt aliens but still cool to witness! #aliens #ufo #lightsinthesky #lyft #science #nasa #spacex #satellite #space #outerspace #area51 #tomdelonge #upallnightlong #andtheressomethingverywrong #instashare #enemaofthestate @boogiemonsterpodcast @_davestone @kylekinane
SpaceX employees with Crew Dragon before it departed our Hawthorne factory for the launch site in FL
CLICK for ZOOMED IMAGE - SpaceX employees with Crew Dragon before it departed our Hawthorne factory for the launch site in Florida – one step closer to returning human spaceflight capabilities to the United States!
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Illustration of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket, which the company says will be the most capable rocket operating today.
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LAST TOWN BEFORE MARS: SpaceX's crucial plan to buy a village in South Texas is on the brink of failure - Lucy Nicholson/Reuters; SpaceX; Dave Mosher/Business Insider; Samantha Lee/Business Insider Elon Musk the founder of SpaceX is building a private spaceport at the southern tip of Texas but the location features a small neighborhood of retiree-age homeowners called Boca Chica Village. SpaceX is using the site to develop its next-generation rocket system called Starship. In late 2019 the co
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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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