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Jason Davis is a digital editor for The Planetary Society. He writes about the world's space exploration missions and the Society's science and technology projects.

Expedition 44 Trio Flies through Solar Panel Glitch, Arrives at Station

Jason Davis • July 22, 2015

A three-person crew is safely aboard the International Space Station following an early morning launch of a Soyuz rocket and spacecraft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Broken Bottle Strut Likely Doomed Falcon 9 Rocket, Says Elon Musk

Jason Davis • July 20, 2015 • 3

The demise of an ISS-bound Falcon 9 rocket last month was likely caused by a broken liquid helium bottle strut, according to SpaceX CEO Elon Musk.

In Pictures: Russian Spacecraft Ends Streak of Station Supply Mishaps

Jason Davis • July 05, 2015 • 2

Following back-to-back space station resupply failures, a Russian Progress vehicle pulled into port this morning at the International Space Station.

SpaceX Rocket Breaks Apart En Route to International Space Station

Jason Davis • June 28, 2015 • 6

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket broke apart over the Atlantic Ocean during today's flight to the International Space Station.

Of Course I Still Love You, Falcon: New SpaceX Ship Ready to Catch Rockets

Jason Davis • June 25, 2015 • 3

SpaceX is gearing up for its seventh paid cargo run to the International Space Station, and the third attempt to catch the first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket on a drone ship in the ocean.

ISS-bound Cargo Spacecraft Doomed to Atmospheric Reentry

Jason Davis • April 29, 2015 • 2

The six crew members aboard the International Space Station will have to go without a scheduled delivery of food, supplies and fuel.

Russian Resupply Ship Spins Out Of Control after Reaching Orbit

Jason Davis • April 28, 2015 • 1

An International Space Station-bound cargo craft is spinning out of control in Earth orbit following an afternoon launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Dragon Launches to Station, but Falcon Doesn't Stick Landing

Jason Davis • April 14, 2015 • 5

SpaceX's ISS-bound Dragon spacecraft is in orbit, but the drone ship landing of the company's Falcon 9 rocket was unsuccessful.

To Recover First Stage, Just Read the Instructions

Jason Davis • April 10, 2015 • 2

SpaceX is gearing up for a second attempt to land the spent first stage of a Falcon 9 rocket on a ship in the Atlantic Ocean.

In Pictures: One-Year ISS Mission Begins

Jason Davis • March 28, 2015 • 1

The one-year ISS mission of Scott Kelly and Mikhail Kornienko began with an early morning launch from Baikonur, Kazakhstan.

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