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Spacex Falcon Vs Blue Origin
News SpaceX vs. Blue Origin: The bickering titans of new space Close up of SpaceX Falcon 9 ahead of SES-11 mission from Cape Canaveral. (Tom Cross/Teslarati)
For the past year, SpaceX has been trying to gently land its Falcon 9 rocket after launching it into space. The goal is for a large portion of the Falcon 9 to touchdown on a floating barge at sea...
Two Quick Illustrations to See How Badly SpaceX Beat Blue Origin. Jeff Bezos may have gone for the glory, but he only had a fraction of the challenge.
Blue Origin, owned by Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos, plans to build a huge "New Glenn" rocket that will be 84 feet taller than SpaceX's Falcon Heavy system.
Space Launch Report: SpaceX Falcon 9 v1.2 Data Sheet Home On the Pad Space Logs Library Links: SpaceX Falcon 9 v1.2 Updated March 07, 2018. Vehicle Configurations. Vehicle Components
The Falcon 1 was an expendable launch system privately developed and manufactured by SpaceX during 2006–2009. On 28 September 2008, Falcon 1 became the first privately-developed liquid-fuel launch vehicle to go into orbit around the Earth.: 203 The two-stage-to-orbit rocket used LOX/RP-1 for both stages, the first powered by a single Merlin engine and the second powered by a single Kestrel ...
Ahead of Falcon Heavy's maiden launch, Amazon CEO and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos was quick to wish SpaceX — though not its CEO Elon Musk — good luck.
Jeff Bezos’ New Glenn rocket, the reusable launch vehicle created by Blue Origin to put people and large cargo into orbit, has a new confirmed payload for one of its first missions: mu Space.
Jeff Bezos’ space company Blue Origin recorded a new milestone today – an inaugural flight for Crew Capsule 2.0, the latest version of the vehicle it’s creating to bring astronauts into space for its first passenger flights.
Last night, SpaceX pulled off its final mission of 2017, launching a Falcon 9 rocket out of California’s Vandenberg Air Force Base — and that flight created a spectacular sight in the night sky. The setting sun illuminated the rocket’s expelled gas just right, creating a beautiful white plume above the Earth.