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SpaceX is about to blow up a rocket (on purpose), and you can watch live

January 17th, 2020

SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule is the company’s answer to NASA’s demand for a crewed space vehicle that can be used to send astronauts to the International Space Station. Crew Dragon, along with Boeing’s Starliner, has seen its fair share of delays, but a test that’s scheduled for early Saturday morning will bring the hotly-anticipated spacecraft …

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Watch live streaming video of NASA astronauts on a spacewalk

November 22nd, 2019

It’s another Friday for you and I, so let’s kick back, relax, and think about all the cool stuff we’re going to do (or not do) over the next two days. Personally, I’ve got a whole lot of nothing on deck and I’m really excited about it. The astronauts aboard the International Space Station don’t …

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Watch NASA astronauts spacewalking live right here

October 11th, 2019

Two NASA astronauts are currently outside the International Space Station on the second of several planned spacewalks to replace batteries affixed to the outside of the spacecraft. The duo, Andrew Morgan and Christina Koch, are currently maneuvering around the exterior of the space station as they remove old batteries and attach new, more efficient replacements. …

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Watch SpaceX’s Starhopper launch for the last time live right here

August 27th, 2019

Things didn’t exactly go as planned during SpaceX’s most recent attempt to launch its Starhopper test vehicle. The launch was planned for Monday but was ultimately called off after the countdown ended and the engines failed to fire. Now, the company will try again, and you can watch it live. In a series of tweets, …

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Watch SpaceX launch the oft-delayed AMOS-17 satellite live right here

August 6th, 2019

The AMOS-17 communications satellite should already be in space. The fact that it’s not is the result of a rare combination of technical hitches and bad weather, but that isn’t going to stop SpaceX from trying yet again tonight. The launch is currently scheduled for 6:53 p.m. EDT, and as usual SpaceX will be providing …