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SpaceX launches used Dragon capsule on 18th commercial resupply to space station
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SpaceX launches used Dragon capsule on 18th commercial resupply to space station

The successful launch marked the 18th mission under SpaceX's commercial resupply contract with NASA.

SpaceX confirms Dragon capsule explosion, casts doubt on NASA's astronaut missions
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SpaceX confirms Dragon capsule explosion, casts doubt on NASA's astronaut missions

NASA & SpaceX need to work overtime to find the anomaly, find a fix before planned crewed mission in 2019.

Elon Musk is adamant he wants to live on Mars despite its known threats: report
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Elon Musk is adamant he wants to live on Mars despite its known threats: report

Musk said that a voyage to Mars will cost at least a couple of hundred thousand dollars.

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying AI robot Cimon finally reaches space station
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SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying AI robot Cimon finally reaches space station

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifted on June 29 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

AI robot 'flying brain' blasts off towards ISS aboard SpaceX spacecraft
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AI robot 'flying brain' blasts off towards ISS aboard SpaceX spacecraft

About 10 minutes into the flight, SpaceX confirmed that the Dragon had successfully deployed from the rocket's second stage.

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying AI robot Cimon blasts off for ISS
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SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying AI robot Cimon blasts off for ISS

The robot named Cimon in the SpaceX will give first insights into effects on crew support by AI.

The 100 kg spacecraft deployed by ISS is set to clean up space junk orbiting the Earth
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The 100 kg spacecraft deployed by ISS is set to clean up space junk orbiting the Earth

The experiment is important as there are thousands of pieces of space debris circulating the planet, many travelling faster than a speeding bullet.

SpaceX' 14th resupply mission to the ISS on 2 April will carry 2,631 kg of research, crew supplies and hardware
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SpaceX' 14th resupply mission to the ISS on 2 April will carry 2,631 kg of research, crew supplies and hardware

The Materials ISS Experiment Flight Facility experiment will provide a platform for testing how materials, coatings and components react to space.

Astronaut Sunita Williams to assist SpaceX and Boeing in developing their new spacecraft systems
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Astronaut Sunita Williams to assist SpaceX and Boeing in developing their new spacecraft systems

NASA, Boeing and SpaceX have significant testing underway, which will lead to test missions when the systems are ready and meet safety requirements.

Tesla Roadster which SpaceX sent to space via the Falcon Heavy approaches asteroid belt which is way beyond Mars
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Tesla Roadster which SpaceX sent to space via the Falcon Heavy approaches asteroid belt which is way beyond Mars

Musk’s Roadster became the fastest car ever, hurtling off the planet and zooming away on a route that will now take it all the way to the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter

SpaceX's Dragon cargo ship successfully makes way to the ISS
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SpaceX's Dragon cargo ship successfully makes way to the ISS

Live satellite images from NASA showed the SpaceX's Dragon cargo ship, launched from earth on 3 June had made its way to the ISS at approximately 13:52 GMT.

SpaceX to launch Dragon for 11th resupply mission of the International Space Station
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SpaceX to launch Dragon for 11th resupply mission of the International Space Station

This will be the sixth SpaceX rocket to take off from the historic pad further emphasising the centre's role as a premier, multi-user spaceport: Nasa

SpaceX completes static tests of its Falcon 9 rocket; ISS resupply launch still on schedule
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SpaceX completes static tests of its Falcon 9 rocket; ISS resupply launch still on schedule

SpaceX has finished test firing its Falcon 9 rocket in preparation for an upcoming resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS).

Critical NASA research from International Space Station returns to Earth
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Critical NASA research from International Space Station returns to Earth

The SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft, carrying almost 3100 pounds of critical NASA cargo from the International Space Station (ISS), made a splash down in the Pacific Ocean.

SpaceX completes mission, splashes into Pacific
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SpaceX completes mission, splashes into Pacific

According to the California-based SpaceX, Dragon safely splashed down in Pacific at 12.22 pm on Sunday, 402 km off the coast of Baja California

SpaceX completes mission, splashes into Pacific
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SpaceX completes mission, splashes into Pacific

According to the California-based SpaceX, Dragon safely splashed down in Pacific at 12.22 pm on Sunday, 402 km off the coast of Baja California

SpaceX Dragon capsule successfully delivers supplies to space station
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SpaceX Dragon capsule successfully delivers supplies to space station

The SpaceX cargo ship, called Dragon, eased up to the orbiting lab, and station astronauts reached out with a robot arm and snared it.

SpaceX Dragon capsule successfully delivers supplies to space station
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SpaceX Dragon capsule successfully delivers supplies to space station

The SpaceX cargo ship, called Dragon, eased up to the orbiting lab, and station astronauts reached out with a robot arm and snared it.

Oops! SpaceX's rocket error puts satellite in wrong orbit
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Oops! SpaceX's rocket error puts satellite in wrong orbit

A prototype communications satellite flying as a secondary payload aboard a Space Exploration Technologies Falcon 9 rocket was sent into the wrong orbit because of a problem during launch Sunday evening, officials said Tuesday.

Oops! SpaceX's rocket error puts satellite in wrong orbit
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Oops! SpaceX's rocket error puts satellite in wrong orbit

A prototype communications satellite flying as a secondary payload aboard a Space Exploration Technologies Falcon 9 rocket was sent into the wrong orbit because of a problem during launch Sunday evening, officials said Tuesday.