2021; the second year amidst a global pandemic. The year that began with a proverbial bang in the United States, when only six days in, a capitol riot ensued. Yet, despite this chaos, our work in space has never been brighter or as eventful as this one has been.
One week after the first launch from the #SpaceCoast, SpaceX is ready to for its second launch of the year – this time carrying dozens of small satellites for a variety of rideshare customers.
GenH2, a leading developer of liquid hydrogen infrastructure solutions headquartered in Titusville, announced today that entrepreneur and Internet pioneer Patrick Seaman has joined the team as Chief Information Officer.
The history of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center comprises more than six decades of human spaceflight and bringing humanity to new heights. The ground the spaceport occupies, however, tells a longer, more complicated story of a forgotten enslaved community that made an indelible mark on the center’s landscape.
The first half of 2022 is slated to see two companies launch for the first time from Cape Canaveral from two older launch complexes while some massive new rockets are waiting on new engines in the hopes of lifting off before the end of the year.
The first launch of 2022 will be a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Kennedy Space Center LC-39a with the next group of Starlink internet satellites.
The launch Thursday is targeted for 4:49pm EST with a backup time available at 6:47pm EST
The Space Coast has seen an explosion of new jobs in the area, from government contractors to locally-owned businesses, which is why the Space Coast was recently ranked #2 in the Milken Institute’s Best Performing Areas in the United States
A used Falcon 9 rocket blasted off at 1 a.m. from Pad 39A here at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, carrying the Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE). The mission marked the fifth flight for this particular booster.