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Watch a Rocket Launch in Glorious 360 Degrees for the First Time Ever

Watching a rocket launch is the most wholesome and exciting activity besides going on a rollercoaster or eating large quantities of cheese. Today, at around 16:11 am BST, NASA, in coordination with United Launch Alliance (ULA) and Orbital ATK, will take things to the next level—the agency will be broadcasting the first-ever 360 degree live stream of a rocket launch. Read More >>

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SpaceX Will Start Launching Rockets Again in November

Two weeks ago, a SpaceX rocket inexplicably burst into flames, taking its satellite payload up in smoke. Now the space company has given a date for when we can expect to see its rockets back in the air. Read More >>

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NASA Successfully Launches a Spacecraft to an Asteroid

NASA’s asteroid-skimming spacecraft just blasted off into space without a hitch, completing the first step in a seven-year journey that will eventually bring us back several spoonfuls of dirt from an asteroid. Read More >>

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SpaceX Is Finally Sending a Used Rocket Back Into Space

Having ended up pretty good at landing their rockets, SpaceX will now towards the other half of its plan to build fully reusable rockets: sending one of its used rocket back into space. Read More >>

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The World’s Fastest Rocket Just Launched a Secret Spy Satellite

A secret satellite was launched into space yesterday. We don’t know just what it’s doing in space. But! We can see in these pictures exactly how it got there: aboard an incredibly fast rocket. Read More >>

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SpaceX Will Attempt to Land Three Rockets at Once

Having successfully launched and landed a few single rockets, SpaceX is now planning a simultaneous triple rocket landing. This is going to look cool. Read More >>

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Watch the Soyuz Launch Three Astronauts to the Space Station Live

Three new astronauts will start a trip up to the International Space Station tomorrow morning—and it all begins with a ride on the Soyuz spacecraft. Watch it launch live right here at 2:36 am BST. Read More >>

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NASA’s Mars-Bound Rocket Just Passed a Major Test

To get the world’s most powerful rocket off the ground, it’s going to take some serious thrust from its rocket boosters. Today, NASA successfully fired-up one of those 77-tonne rocket boosters by lighting it up at full power—all while never leaving the ground. Read More >>

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This Launch of 20 Satellites at Once Is All the Space Porn You Need Today

India just sent twenty satellites into space at once, the most the country has ever launched in a single go. The record is certainly impressive. The photo documentation of the satellites blasting off to the heavens is simply incredible. Read More >>

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Blue Origin’s Crew Capsule Just Survived Its Crash

Blue Origin just launched its crew capsule into space—and then intentionally brought it in for a very soft crash. Read More >>

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Watch Blue Origin Launch (and Crash) Its Crew Capsule

Blue Origin is launching its crew capsule today—and then they’re going to take out its parachute and see what happens. You can watch it happen at 5:15 pm BST. Read More >>

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Blue Origin Will Soon Launch a Crew Capsule—and Then Crash It on Purpose

Blue Origin, the notoriously-secretive space company, is launching its New Shepherd crew capsule this weekend. And, for the first time, you’re going to be able to watch it happen—right up to a pretty probable crash-landing. Read More >>

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SpaceX Just Crashed a Rocket Right Into its Drone Ship

After a string of successful ocean landings, SpaceX’s latest Falcon 9 crashed hard right into its drone ship. Read More >>

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Watching a SpaceX Rocket Land on a Drone Barge Never Gets Old

We usually see rocket launches and landings from above. But there’s something about seeing the whole thing happen from the ground-up that’s just so much better. Read More >>