Archiv: Falcon 9 (missile)

01.02.2021 - 21:54 [ ]

Elon Musk now controls over a quarter of all active satellites as SpaceX prepares to launch 1,000th Starlink

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk now controls a quarter of all active satellites orbiting Earth after launching more than a dozen Starlink missions over the last two years.

A Falcon 9 rocket will deliver the latest batch of 60 Starlink satellites into orbit from Nasa’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida this week, weather permitting, taking the total number of Starlinks in orbit to over 1,000.

08.12.2019 - 19:21 [ TASS ]

Astronauts begin operation on SpaceX Dragon’s docking with ISS

SpaceX Dragon was launched by Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral on December 5. The spacecraft will deliver to the ISS some 2.5 tonnes of cargo, including 998 kg for a series of 38 scientific experiments.

26.12.2018 - 06:18 [ KBS ]

Südkoreanischer Satellit an US-Stützpunkt gestartet

Insgesamt 64 Satelliten seien ins All befördert worden, darunter der südkoreanische Beobachtungssatellit Next Sat-1.

Next Sat-1 vom Koreanischen Fortschrittsinstitut für Wissenschaft und Technologie wird eine Umlaufbahn in einer Höhe von 575 Kilometern erreichen. Dort soll er in den kommenden zwei Jahren die kosmische Strahlung messen und die Infrarotstrahlung von Sternen beobachten.

16.11.2018 - 02:17 [ CBS News ]

SpaceX launches Qatari communications satellite

Es’hailSat’s first satellite entered service in December 2013 and currently provides television content, business communications and other telecommunications services. Es’hail 2 features high-speed Ku- and Ka-band transponders, a military communications payload and sophisticated anti-jamming capabilities.

It also features the first Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation — AMSAT — payload to fly aboard a geostationary satellite, providing coverage stretching from Brazil to Thailand.

06.11.2018 - 23:15 [ KAZINFORM ]

Kazakhstan to launch satellites on Elon Musk’s rocket

„Over 150 engineers completed internships at factories in Europe, the UK, and Russia. They are working here in Kazakhstan, and we have created our third space system of scientific and technological importance. If all goes well, we will launch two satellites on a Falcon 9 launch vehicle in California on November 19. Alongside this, we will test all the developments of our engineers and designers in space,“ Marat Nurgorzhin said at the Digital Bridge International Innovation Forum in Astana.