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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.

One-Year ISS Mission Preview: 28 Experiments, 4 Expeditions and 2 Crew Members

Jason Davis • March 25, 2015

This Friday, astronaut Scott Kelly and cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko will embark for a one-year mission aboard the International Space Station.

In Pictures: Expedition 42 Crew Returns to Earth

Jason Davis • March 12, 2015

Three International Space Station crew members are back on Earth today following a morning Soyuz landing on the snowy steppes of Kazakhstan.

Russia Moves to Support ISS through 2024, Create New Space Station

Jason Davis • February 26, 2015 • 1

The future of the International Space Station is a little clearer this week, following a statement from Russia supporting an extension of the orbiting complex through 2024.

Spacewalk Timelapse Makes Cable Routing Look Fun

Jason Davis • February 23, 2015

A timelapse video shows two NASA astronauts as they became typical neighborhood cable technicians—except for the fact that they were wearing space suits.

Two Days, Two Launches and Three Landings

Jason Davis • February 09, 2015 • 4

Within a two-day span, two rocket launches and three ocean landings are scheduled—one of which involves an autonomous spaceport drone ship.

Commercial Crew Rivalries: Fun to Watch, Everybody Wins

Jason Davis • January 28, 2015 • 1

Now that Boeing and SpaceX have won the high-profile privilege of carrying astronauts to the ISS, they must start making public appearances as reluctant equals.

Reconstructing What Happened at Sea, as Dragon Arrives at Station

Jason Davis • January 12, 2015 • 1

Following a routine two-day voyage, SpaceX's Dragon capsule pulled in to port at the International Space Station. Meanwhile, tweets from CEO Elon Musk give clues on what happened at sea.

Dragon Reaches Orbit, but Falcon Stage Crashes on Recovery Ship

Jason Davis • January 10, 2015 • 6

SpaceX’s ambitious attempt to land the first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket on an autonomous ocean platform was "close, but no cigar."

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