Month: September 2018
Live coverage: Two British satellites launch from India
Leftover Delta 2 rocket to go on display at Kennedy Space Center
Early morning launch closes book on Delta 2 legacy spanning nearly 30 years
Live clean audio coverage: Final Delta 2 rocket set for launch (members only)
Engineers say goodbye to society-changing Delta 2 rocket
Live coverage: Final Delta 2 rocket launches from California
SpaceX promises details of “private passenger” moon flight Monday
A year-and-a-half after announcing plans to launch two private citizens on a flight around the moon using the company’s Falcon Heavy rocket and Dragon capsule, SpaceX posted a tweet late Thursday announcing apparently revised plans to launch a “private passenger” on a moon flight using SpaceX’s new BFR rocket.
Live coverage: Japanese supply ship launches in pursuit of space station
Scientists eager to renew global ice measurements with ICESat 2 mission
The satellite awaiting launch early Saturday from California aboard the final flight of the venerable Delta 2 rocket should allow scientists to more precisely track changes in our planet’s ice sheets, using six green laser beams to chart the height and slope of polar ice and glaciers, providing a key input into climate change research.