December 16, 2017

Members only: Press site view of SpaceX’s 13th space station resupply launch

December 15, 2017

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Live coverage: Falcon 9 rocket conducts static fire test

November 11, 2017

SpaceX test-fired its next Falcon 9 rocket at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center on Saturday in preparation for the company’s 17th launch of the year, a mission tentatively set for liftoff Wednesday with a secretive payload named Zuma for the U.S. government.

Live video of launch pad 39A (members only)

October 30, 2017

Live coverage of the countdown and launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center with the Koreasat 5A communications satellite. Including a live view of the launch pad (members only).

Live coverage: SpaceX’s next Falcon 9 moved to launch pad for hotfire test

October 26, 2017

SpaceX launch crews rolled out the company’s next Falcon 9 rocket to pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, then lifted the two-stage launcher vertical for a hold-down engine firing Thursday in preparation for launch next week with a South Korean-owned commercial communications satellite.

Q&A with Josef Aschbacher, director of ESA’s Earth observation programs (members only)

October 13, 2017

Josef Aschbacher, head of ESA’s Earth observation programs, recently spoke with Spaceflight Now about the importance of the Sentinel 5P satellite mission designed for air quality measurements from space, and discussed increasing data usage from Europe’s Copernicus environmental network, and plans to expand the flagship Earth observation fleet.

Q&A with Eric Smith, JWST program director

September 29, 2017

NASA’s senior manager in charge of the development of the James Webb Space Telescope, Eric Smith, recently spoke with Spaceflight Now about the decision to reschedule its launch from October 2018 to the spring of 2019.

Falcon 9 / SES 10 post-launch press conference audio

April 1, 2017

Listen as SpaceX and SES hold a post-launch press conference at the NASA Press Site at Kennedy Space Center to discuss the successful Falcon 9 launch of SES-10 to geostationary transfer orbit. The SES-10 mission was the world’s first reflight of an orbital class rocket. (Membership required)

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