After Zuma, SpaceX keeps pace in preps for next Falcon 9 launch
Ground crews took steps this week to prepare for the next Falcon 9 launch, set for no earlier than Jan. 30 with a telecom satellite for SES and the Luxembourg government, as SpaceX officials stressed their rocket was not to blame for the rumored loss of a mysterious U.S. government payload after liftoff Sunday.
Fate of mystery Zuma satellite in question
SpaceX kicks off ambitious 2018 schedule with launch for U.S. government
Video: Falcon 9’s first stage paints a dazzling spectacle in the sky
Video: Replay of SpaceX’s first launch and landing of 2018
Video: Falcon 9 launch with natural sound (members only)
Live coverage: Falcon 9 rocket launches and lands at Cape Canaveral
Space station cargo flight next on SpaceX’s launch schedule
In a reshuffling of SpaceX’s launch schedule, a Falcon 9 rocket is set for liftoff no earlier than Dec. 8 on a mission to deliver several tons of supplies and experiments to the International Space Station and return to service a Cape Canaveral launch pad damaged in a catastrophic rocket explosion last year.