Spacex Dragon To Mars

[SpaceX's Red Dragon: A Private Mars Mission Plan in Pictures] "Dragon 2 is designed to be able to land anywhere in the solar system. Red Dragon Mars mission is the first test flight," Musk tweeted today.

On September 29th, 2017, SpaceX CEO and Lead Designer Elon Musk presented an updated vehicle design for what’s currently being referred to as BFR.

SpaceX has entered into an agreement with NASA for a Dragon mission to Mars, set to take place as early as 2018. Known as “Red Dragon”, the variant of the Dragon 2 spacecraft will be launched by the Falcon Heavy rocket, ahead of a soft landing on the surface of Mars.

A low-cost Mars sample-return mission could use a souped-up Dragon capsule from SpaceX and the firm's Falcon Heavy rocket to get to the Red Planet by the early 2020s.

SpaceX May Send Two Dragon Landers to Mars in 2020. The move effectively doubles the company's chances to pull off an incredibly challenging mission.

SpaceX has been teasing potential Mars plans for a while now, but the company just announced a launch date—and it’s soon. They plan to launch to the surface of ...

SpaceX plans to launch an upgraded Dragon capsule on an unpiloted test flight to Mars as early as 2018, the company announced Wednesday. NASA will provide ...

SpaceX is planning the initial Falcon Heavy rocket launch for late 2017 and Dragon 2 is scheduled to undergo flight tests in mid to late 2017. In April 2016, SpaceX reiterated their plan for a 2018 launch to Mars. The first Red Dragon mission was intended as a technology demonstrator and no payload was announced.

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