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Ю́рий Алексе́евич Гага́рин

Ю́рий Алексе́евич Гага́рин

they are kind of being obscure there

they are kind of being obscure there

Jeff Bezos’ Rocket Went to Space—But Not to Orbit. That’s Way Harder

The New Shepard spacecraft is a real, working rocket, but it doesn't take people to the Final Frontier.

The Dragon commercial space ferry seen from the International Space Station during docking on the 25 May 2012.   Once cleared for approach, Dragon stopped 10 m from the Space Station where ESA astronaut André Kuipers and NASA astronaut Don Pettit used the Canadian robotic arm, Canadarm2, to grab and dock the spacecraft.   Dragon brought supplies and equipment to the orbital outpost and will return to Earth after a week.   For more details on André's mission to the ISS, please visit…

The Dragon commercial space ferry seen from the International Space Station during docking on the 25 May 2012. Once cleared for approach, Dragon stopped 10 m from the Space Station where ESA astronaut André Kuipers and NASA astronaut Don Pettit used the Canadian robotic arm, Canadarm2, to grab and dock the spacecraft. Dragon brought supplies and equipment to the orbital outpost and will return to Earth after a week. For more details on André's mission to the ISS, please visit…

SpaceX aims to return the 156-foot first stage booster to a vertical rocket-assisted touchdown at a landing zone about six miles south of the launch pad, a first-time flyback maneuver that the company bills as a major step to making the rocket reusable.

SpaceX aims to return the 156-foot first stage booster to a vertical rocket-assisted touchdown at a landing zone about six miles south of the launch pad, a first-time flyback maneuver that the company bills as a major step to making the rocket reusable.

Satellite Orbits

Satellite Orbits

Live coverage: First launch of upgraded Falcon 9 slips to Monday | Spaceflight Now

Live coverage: First launch of upgraded Falcon 9 slips to Monday | Spaceflight Now

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