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10.02.2022
19:32 TechnologyReview.com SpaceX just lost 40 satellites to a geomagnetic storm. There could be worse to come.

On February 4, a geomagnetic storm caused by the sun knocked up to 40 new SpaceX Starlink satellites out of orbit. Now experts are worried about whether mega-constellations planned by Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and others will be resilient to such events in the future. SpaceX had launched its latest batch of Starlink satellites on…

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19:08 TechnologyReview.com SpaceX just lost 40 satellites to a geomagnetic storm. There could be worse to come.

On February 4, a geomagnetic storm caused by the sun knocked up to 40 new SpaceX Starlink satellites out of orbit. Now experts are worried about whether mega-constellations planned by Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and others will be resilient to such events in the future. SpaceX had launched its latest batch of Starlink satellites on…

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12:17 Yahoo Science NASA flags concerns about overcrowding, collisions as Elon Musk plans to send another 30,000 SpaceX satellites into orbit

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12:17 Yahoo.com Business NASA flags concerns about overcrowding, collisions as Elon Musk plans to send another 30,000 SpaceX satellites into orbit

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10:44 Teslarati.com SpaceX assembles world’s largest rocket with giant robot arms

For the second time ever, SpaceX has fully stacked a two-stage Starship rocket, once again creating the largest launch vehicle prototype ever assembled. This time around, though, SpaceX used building-sized arms installed on Starbase’s ~145-meter-tall (~480 ft) ‘launch tower’ to lift to grapple Starship, lift massive upper stage more than 80 meters (260 ft) off […] The post SpaceX assembles world’s largest rocket with giant robot arms appeared first on TESLARATI.

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09:48 SputnikNews.com SpaceX Starlink Satellites Ravaged by Geomagnetic Storm 'Enter Atmosphere' in New Video

Forty-nine Starlink satellites were launched into orbit on a Falcon 9 rocket on 3 February from the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Florida.

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06:36 IbTimes.co.uk Dozens of SpaceX internet satellites lost to geomagnetic storm

The company currently has regulatory approval for 12,000 satellites, with plans to expand even further.

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06:26 SputnikNews.com NASA Warns SpaceX Plan for 30,000 Satellites Could Put Space Station at Risk - Reports

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) -NASA has warned that SpaceX CEO Elon Musk’s plan to put 30,000 small satellites in orbit to create a new global communications network could create dangerous risks for the International Space Station (ISS), Bloomberg reported.

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02:43 Yahoo.com Business NASA raises concerns about SpaceX satellite deployment plan

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02:05 NewYork Times Geomagnetic Storm Destroys 40 New SpaceX Satellites in Orbit

The geomagnetic incident resulted in the Starlink transmitters drifting back into Earth’s atmosphere, where they will burn up, potentially costing the company about $100 million.

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01:59 Yahoo.com Business SpaceX’s falling Starlink satellites highlight concerns about the future of orbital traffic

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01:55 NYT Technology Geomagnetic Storm Destroys 40 New SpaceX Satellites in Orbit

The geomagnetic incident resulted in the Starlink transmitters drifting back into Earth’s atmosphere, where they will burn up, potentially costing the company about $100 million.

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01:48 Yahoo Science SpaceX’s falling Starlink satellites highlight concerns about the future of orbital traffic

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01:44 NYT Science Geomagnetic Storm Destroys 40 New SpaceX Satellites in Orbit

The geomagnetic incident resulted in the Starlink transmitters drifting back into Earth’s atmosphere, where they will burn up, costing the company about $100 million.

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01:37 Teslarati.com SpaceX, NASA investigating parachute ‘lag’ during latest Dragon recovery

On February 2nd, NASA officials reported that a SpaceX Cargo Dragon spacecraft suffered a minor parachute anomaly during its most recent reentry, descent, and splashdown. On January 23rd, SpaceX’s CRS-24 Cargo Dragon 2 vehicle departed the International Space Station for the second time in less than six months with about 2.2 tons (~5000 lb) of […] The post SpaceX, NASA investigating parachute ‘lag’ during latest Dragon recovery appeared first on TESLARATI.

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00:29 Yahoo Science SpaceX says up to 40 Starlink satellites lost to geomagnetic storm

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00:07 South China Morning Post SpaceX satellites tumble out of orbit after solar storm

SpaceX’s newest fleet of satellites is tumbling out of orbit after being struck by a solar storm.Up to 40 of the 49 small satellites launched last week have either re-entered the atmosphere and burned up, or are on the verge of doing so, the company said in an online update Tuesday night.SpaceX said a geomagnetic storm last Friday made the atmosphere denser, which increased the drag on the Starlink satellites, effectively dooming them.Ground controllers tried to save the compact, flat-panel…

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09.02.2022
23:41 WhatReallyHappened.com Geomagnetic storm costs SpaceX 40 freshly launched Starlink satellites

Last week, SpaceX launched Starlink 4-7, carrying 49 satellites into low Earth orbit. Now, up to 40 of those satellites are a complete loss, as a result of a geomagnetic storm. The launch occurred from LC-39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Thursday, then on Friday, the geomagnetic storm hit A geomagnetic storm is when the Earth’s magnetosphere is impacted by solar wind. Friday’s storm increased the heat in the atmosphere, and therefore an increase in the density. SpaceX’s Starlink satellites deploy at a much lower altitude than they operate at, and require orbit raising maneuvers. This tends to be advantageous, as any satellite that experiences issues will deorbit over time, preventing space junk, but this also means the orbit of the satellites will decay much more quickly before the orbit-raising maneuvers are performed.

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23:29 RFI.fr Dozens of SpaceX internet satellites lost to geomagnetic storm

Geomagnetic storms are caused by ejections of the solar corona into space, resulting in disturbances to the Earth's upper atmosphere and increased drag on objects in low orbits. The latest 49 satellites from the Starlink network launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on February 3 and successfully assumed their initial orbit, with their nearest approach to the surface 130 miles (210 kilometers) high. The company places them into this region to carry out final safety checks before flying further into space. On February 4, however, they were struck by the space weather event, Elon Musk's company said in a statement late Tuesday. "These storms cause the atmosphere to warm and atmospheric density at our low deployment altitudes to increase. In fact, onboard GPS suggests the escalation speed and severity of the storm caused atmospheric drag to increase up to 50 percent higher than during previous launches," it said. The Starlink team commanded the satellites into a safe mode,

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21:19 Yahoo.com Business Solar storm disables 40 newly launched SpaceX satellites

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21:17 LiveScience.com Geomagnetic storm sends 40 SpaceX satellites plummeting to Earth

The satellites were hit by the storm just one day after launch.

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19:58 Zdnet.com SpaceX is trying to bring Tonga back online following volcanic eruption

The satellite internet provider has reportedly sent a team to the island nation in an attempt to restore connectivity in the short term.

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19:52 ArsTechnica.com SpaceX loses up to 40 satellites to geomagnetic storm after Starlink launch

Geomagnetic storm boosted atmospheric drag, preventing orbit-raising maneuvers.

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19:46 RT.com SpaceX reveals how it lost dozens of Starlink satellites

Elon Musk’s SpaceX lost 40 Starlink satellites a day after a launch, due to a geomagnetic storm Read Full Article at RT.com

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19:15 Yahoo Tech Geomagnetic storm burns up to 40 of Elon Musk's SpaceX satellites sent into orbit last week

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19:13 Phys.org SpaceX satellites falling out of orbit after solar storm

Spacex's newest fleet of satellites is tumbling out of orbit after being struck by a solar storm.

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18:53 Yahoo Tech Elon Musk's SpaceX says a geomagnetic storm wiped out 40 of the 49 Starlink satellites it launched into orbit last week

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18:39 TechInvestorNews.com SpaceX aims to restore Tongas internet using Starlink satellites (Jon Fingas/Engadget)

Jon Fingas / EngadgetSpaceX aims to restore Tongas internet using Starlink satellites - Tonga is still struggling to get back online following the January 15th volcano eruption, and SpaceX might offer some help. According to The Wall Street Journal, Fiji communications minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum understands SpaceX is looking to reconnect Tonga using its Starlink satellite broadband service. The company has a team in ...

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18:07 Yahoo Tech SpaceX aims to restore Tonga's internet using Starlink satellites

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16:34 TechInvestorNews.com Elon Musks SpaceX Seeks to Reconnect Tonga to Internet (WSJ.com: World News)

WSJ.com: World NewsElon Musks SpaceX Seeks to Reconnect Tonga to Internet - The space-exploration company has a team in Fiji establishing a station that would connect the Pacific nation via its satellite-internet service Starlink, a senior Fijian lawmaker says. ...

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16:13 Yahoo Tech SpaceX loses 40 Starlink satellites to a geomagnetic storm

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15:23 BBC SpaceX loses 40 satellites to geomagnetic storm a day after launch

A powerful magnetic storm takes out most of a batch of Starlink satellites the day after launch.

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14:42 Yahoo Tech SpaceX loses 40 Starlink satellites to a geomagnetic storm

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11:53 SputnikNews.com Magnetic Storm Ruins Up to 40 SpaceX Satellites

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – A magnetic storm prevented up to 40 Starlink Internet satellites, launched in early February, from entering orbit, effectively ruining the spacecraft, SpaceX said.

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11:05 Teslarati.com SpaceX says dozens of Starlink satellites doomed by “geomagnetic storm”

SpaceX says that dozens of the 49 Starlink satellites aboard its most recent Starlink launch may have been doomed by a “geomagnetic storm” that arrived the day after. In an update published on SpaceX.com, the company revealed that “up to 40 of the [49 Starlink V1.5] satellites [launched on February 3rd] will reenter or already […] The post SpaceX says dozens of Starlink satellites doomed by “geomagnetic storm” appeared first on TESLARATI.

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09:44 DnaIndia.com Geomagnetic storm destroys 40 of Elon Musk's SpaceX Starlink satellites

In an expensive blow to Elon Musk's satellite Internet service Starlink, at least 40 of its satellites that were launched last week have been destroyed by a geomagnetic storm.

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07:59 DigitalTrends.com SpaceX loses Starlink satellites after geomagnetic storm

SpaceX has revealed that a geomagnetic storm may have caused the loss of as many as 40 Starlink internet satellites deployed in its most recent mission.

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07:22 Zdnet.com Geomagnetic storm takes down up to 40 SpaceX Starlink satellites

The blow comes after 49 Starlink satellites were launched on Thursday.

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04:44 TheVerge.com A geomagnetic storm may have effectively destroyed 40 SpaceX Starlink satellites

Photo by MARIANA SUAREZ/AFP via Getty Images Elon Musk’s satellite internet service Starlink just got dealt an expensive blow — the company’s currently estimating that 40 of the 49 Starlink satellites it launched on February 3rd will be destroyed because of a geomagnetic storm. The storm caused “up to 50 percent higher drag than during previous launches,” keeping the deployed satellites from reaching their proper orbit around the Earth. And while Starlink tried to fly them “edge-on (like a sheet of paper)” to reduce that drag, it now looks like as many as 40 of them will burn up in the Earth’s atmosphere instead of reaching their destinations. SpaceX recently crossed the 2,000 satellite launch milestone, and has plans to launch 12,000 if not a great many more — so losing 40 of... Continue reading…

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08.02.2022
20:59 WhatReallyHappened.com SpaceX Launched Elon Musk’s Red Roadster Into Space 4 Years Ago—Where Is It Now?

Exactly four years ago, a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket (a heavy-lift derivative of Falcon 9) launched a test mission with a special payload on board: a cherry-red 2008 Tesla Roadster owned by Elon Musk with a spacesuit-clad dummy named “Starman” in the driver’s seat. Since then, the red Roadster has been wandering in a somewhat irregular orbit in the solar system, going around the Sun approximately every 557 days, according to WhereIsRoadster.com, an independent site tracking the car’s real-time location in space. The Starman-Roadster duo completed its first orbit around the Sun in August 2019 and flew by Mars for the first time in October 2020, Observer previously reported. To date, the car has orbited the Sun 2.62 times.

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20:59 WhatReallyHappened.com Astronomer Captures Images of SpaceX Booster That's on Track to Hit the Moon

Well here’s something you don’t see everyday: A discarded Falcon 9 second stage booster that’s going to slam into the Moon. This inevitable impact, predicted for March 4, won’t be visible from Earth, but tomorrow will be our last chance to see this 4-ton chunk of space junk before it permanently drifts away from view. The webcast, hosted by the Italy-based Virtual Telescope Project 2.0, will start on Tuesday, February 8 at 1:00 p.m. EST (18:00 UTC). Astronomer Gianluca Masi will guide us through the event in real time—our final view of a SpaceX Falcon 9 second stage that’s been drifting in space for the past seven years. You can catch the action at the feed provided below. Don’t expect any clear views of the rocket, though, as the best we’ll get are images slightly better than one above.

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17:30 ArsTechnica.com SpaceX’s Starship update comes at a critical time for the program

The biggest question is: Are these vehicles truly ready for flight?

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16:51 South China Morning Post SpaceX satellites’ encounters with Chinese space station were not emergencies, US says

The United States has denied China’s claim that Starlink satellites twice endangered its space station, and accused Beijing of failing to make contact to communicate any concerns.In December, China sent a note verbale – an unsigned message less formal than a diplomatic note – to the United Nations to complain that there had been “close encounters” last July and October when internet satellites approached the Tiangong station in orbit.It said the satellites – operated by SpaceX, founded and led…

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16:12 LiveScience.com This SpaceX video of a Falcon 9 rocket stage separation during launch is just amazing

A new SpaceX video has captured a striking view of two critical moments in any rocket launch: stage separation for its booster and nose cone jettison.

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15:02 Teslarati.com SpaceX wins launch contracts for three more Launcher space tugs

Startup ‘Launcher Space’ has chosen SpaceX to launch at least three more ‘Orbiter’ space tugs, meaning that the company will have a payload on every dedicated SpaceX rideshare launch planned from Q4 2022 to the end of 2023. Following SpaceX’s third successful dedicated rideshare launch in January 2022, the company has another two missions – […] The post SpaceX wins launch contracts for three more Launcher space tugs appeared first on TESLARATI.

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07.02.2022
21:40 TechInvestorNews.com SpaceX steps into Tonga Internet breach (Ken Wieland/Light Reading)

Ken Wieland / Light ReadingSpaceX steps into Tonga Internet breach - Engineers at work on building a temporary Starlink ground station on Fiji to act as an Internet gateway for Tonga. ...

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16:08 LiveScience.com You can see the SpaceX Falcon 9 booster on a collision course with the moon in a live webcast today

A SpaceX Falcon 9 booster will crash into the moon on March 4, and you can track the rogue rocket during live webcasts on Feb. 7 and Feb.

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15:00 Yahoo Tech SpaceX's Starlink starts work restoring internet access to volcano-hit Tonga after Elon Musk offered to help

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15:00 Teslarati.com SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket celebrates 4th launch debut anniversary

On the fourth anniversary of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy launch debut and after an unusual multi-year hiatus, the world’s most powerful operational rocket could be on the brink of an impressive salvo of launches. Four years ago yesterday, on February 6th, 2018, Falcon Heavy lifted off from NASA’s historic Kennedy Space Center (KSC) Pad 39A launch […] The post SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket celebrates 4th launch debut anniversary appeared first on TESLARATI.

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14:12 Benzinga.com Elon Musk's SpaceX Has Stationed A Team In Fiji To Help 'Reconnect Tonga To The World,' Says Official

Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk’s satellite internet business is working to help restore internet connectivity to Tonga, officials from the Pacific Island nation confirmed. read more

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08:45 Yahoo.com Business Musk's SpaceX working to restore Tonga's internet - Fiji official

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08:33 Yahoo.com Business Musk's SpaceX working to restore Tonga's internet - Fiji official

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01:08 Teslarati.com SpaceX prepares Starship, Super Heavy booster pair for Elon Musk presentation

For the third time, SpaceX has installed Super Heavy Booster 4 (B4) on Starbase’s lone orbital launch mount, kicking off preparations for CEO Elon Musk’s upcoming presentation. In a decision that is difficult to logically explain, however, SpaceX chose to install Super Heavy on the ‘orbital launch mount’ with a crane instead of a complex […] The post SpaceX prepares Starship, Super Heavy booster pair for Elon Musk presentation appeared first on TESLARATI.

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06.02.2022
19:35 Yahoo Tech SpaceX has so many Starlink satellites they're increasingly photobombing astronomers' images, a study says

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17:39 South China Morning Post Elon Musk’s SpaceX to help Tonga fix internet with Starlink satellite technology

Engineers for SpaceX, owned by the world’s richest man Elon Musk, are reportedly in Fiji with plans to help restore internet to the Kingdom of Tonga.The devastating eruption in mid-January damaged an undersea telecommunications cable, which experts have said could take a month to repair.National Party MP Dr Shane Reti wrote to Musk, who also produces electric cars under the Tesla brand, asking for help to provide his Starlink satellite technology to the Pacific country. The technology uses…

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00:43 DigitalTrends.com NASA and SpaceX reviewing parachute issue on Dragon spacecraft

NASA and SpaceX are investigating an issue with the parachute opening during recent Dragon splashdowns, though the problem doesn't seem to be a dangerous one.

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05.02.2022
14:19 Yahoo Tech A former SpaceX engineer says his self-driving freight train cars could help ease the trucker shortage

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14:19 Yahoo.com Business A former SpaceX engineer says his self-driving freight train cars could help ease the trucker shortage

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13:45 Yahoo Science A parachute on a SpaceX Dragon capsule didn't open as fast as expected as the craft descended to Earth

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13:33 Yahoo Tech A parachute on a SpaceX Dragon capsule didn't open as fast as expected as the craft descended to Earth

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13:33 Yahoo.com Business A parachute on a SpaceX Dragon capsule didn't open as fast as expected as the craft descended to Earth

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13:19 Phys.org SpaceX, NASA looking into sluggish chutes on last 2 flights

SpaceX and NASA are investigating a parachute issue that occurred on the last two capsule flights.

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01:14 ArsTechnica.com NASA and SpaceX studying parachute issue but don’t see major safety concern

"This is a super chance for us to learn."

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04.02.2022
23:27 Washingtonpost.com NASA and SpaceX are investigating spacecraft parachutes but say safety is not a concern

NASA and SpaceX announced they are looking into why the fourth parachute on recent Dragon capsules appeared slow to open.

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23:15 Yahoo Science SpaceX, NASA looking into sluggish chutes on last 2 flights

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23:04 TheVerge.com NASA and SpaceX say lagging parachutes on Dragon capsule are not a problem

A screengrab of the livestream during the Crew-2 landing, showing the one lagging parachute | Image: NASA NASA and SpaceX say they are looking into a recurring issue with lagging parachutes on SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule — critical features the spacecraft needs to land when it returns from orbit. However, the two spaceflight partners are downplaying the seriousness of the problem, claiming that the parachutes are still behaving safely despite the behavior. The parachute issue cropped up during the two most recent landings of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule. During each of those descents to Earth, one of the four main parachutes on the spacecraft was slower to fully inflate than the other three. The lagging parachute was clearly visible during a livestream of a November landing, in which the Crew Dragon carried four astronauts home from the... Continue reading…

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15:02 Teslarati.com SpaceX CEO Elon Musk promises long-awaited Starship update next week

While running behind schedule in classic fashion, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says he’ll present the first big Starship program update in two and a half years on Thursday, February 10th. Additionally, as an apparent centerpiece for the event and update, Musk says that SpaceX will perform the second-ever “full stack” fit test with a Starship […] The post SpaceX CEO Elon Musk promises long-awaited Starship update next week appeared first on TESLARATI.

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14:16 Yahoo Tech Elon Musk says SpaceX is aiming to launch its most-used rocket once a week on average this year

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14:16 Yahoo.com Business Elon Musk says SpaceX is aiming to launch its most-used rocket once a week on average this year

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14:04 Yahoo Science Elon Musk says SpaceX is aiming to launch its most-used rocket once a week on average this year

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05:35 TechInvestorNews.com SpaceX deploys more Starlink internet satellites in prep for premium service (Trevor Mogg/Digital Trends)

Trevor Mogg / Digital TrendsSpaceX deploys more Starlink internet satellites in prep for premium service - SpaceX has launched another batch of Starlink internet satellites just as the company begins offering a premium service alongside its standard offering. ...

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04:30 Yahoo.com Business NASA, SpaceX to Provide Update on Crew-4 Space Station Mission

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04:18 DigitalTrends.com SpaceX deploys more Starlink internet satellites in prep for premium service

SpaceX has launched another batch of Starlink internet satellites just as the company began offering a premium service alongside its standard offering.

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02:33 TechInvestorNews.com Astronomers set up a new center to address issues raised by SpaceX and Amazon satellite networks (Alan Boyle/GeekWire)

Alan Boyle / GeekWireAstronomers set up a new center to address issues raised by SpaceX and Amazon satellite networks - The International Astronomical Union is heading up the creation of a new center to deal with the complications created by broadband satellite constellations like SpaceXs Starlink and Amazons Project Kuiper. The IAU Center for the Protection of the Dark and Quiet Sky From Satellite Constellation Interference will be co-hosted at ...

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02:13 Yahoo.com Business Astronomers set up a new center to address issues raised by SpaceX and Amazon satellite networks

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03.02.2022
23:53 Yahoo Science SpaceX launches third rocket in four days

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22:52 Teslarati.com SpaceX launches third Falcon 9 rocket in 72 hours, breaks fairing reuse record

In one fell swoop, SpaceX has successfully launched the third Falcon 9 rocket in less than 72 hours, broken payload fairing reusability record, and placed the 2000th operational Starlink satellite in orbit. After a string of delays from January 29th to February 2nd, Falcon 9 finally lifted off at 1:13 pm EST (18:13 UTC), February […] The post SpaceX launches third Falcon 9 rocket in 72 hours, breaks fairing reuse record appeared first on TESLARATI.

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20:24 Benzinga.com SpaceX's Reusable Falcon 9 Rocket Launched U.S. Reconnaissance Satellite On Wednesday

SpaceX’s reusable Falcon 9 rocket launched Wednesday as a reconnaissance satellite for the U.S. government. SpaceX is owned by Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk. read more

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19:17 ArsTechnica.com SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket has set a record for most consecutive successes

The Falcon 9 also recently surpassed the space shuttle in total flights.

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19:11 WhatReallyHappened.com SpaceX rolls outs ‘premium’ Starlink satellite internet tier at $500 per month

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18:02 Phys.org Leftover SpaceX Falcon 9 upper stage will impact the lunar surface in early March

The moon is set to gain one more crater. A leftover SpaceX Falcon 9 upper stage will impact the lunar surface in early March, marking the first time that a human-made debris item unintentionally reaches our natural satellite.

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17:17 Yahoo.com Business Leaf Space Successfully Enables 13 Satellites on SpaceX Transporter-3 Rideshare Mission

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16:51 LiveScience.com SpaceX launches classified spy satellite for US military, lands rocket

SpaceX sent a U.S. spy satellite to orbit Wednesday (Feb. 2) in the second of three planned launches over a four-day stretch.

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14:56 Teslarati.com SpaceX’s first converted Falcon Heavy booster already preparing for next launch

SpaceX has rapidly recovered the first converted Falcon Heavy ‘side core’ after its first Falcon 9 launch and landing, kicking off preparations for its fourth launch less than two days after its third. After four consecutive days of delays, one of which was caused by an inexplicably wayward cruise ship, former Falcon Heavy side core […] The post SpaceX’s first converted Falcon Heavy booster already preparing for next launch appeared first on TESLARATI.

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12:44 Phys.org SpaceX rocket successfully launches US spy satellite

A US intelligence agency said Wednesday that its newest spy satellite successfully launched into orbit atop a reusable SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.

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05:28 RFI.fr SpaceX rocket successfully launches US spy satellite

The rocket took off at 12:27 pm local time (2027 GMT) from the Vandenberg Air Force base in California, the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), which is in charge of the US Space Force, said in a statement. After releasing the satellite, dubbed NROL-87, into orbit, the Falcon 9 rocket then landed back at the base, the agency said. "NROL-87 is designed, built, and operated by the NRO to support its overhead reconnaissance mission," the statement said. The NRO gave few other details about the satellite but said it will "provide a wide-range of timely intelligence information." The NRO, a division of the US Defense Department, operates a large network of surveillance satellites, and is headquartered near Washington, in northern Virginia. NROL-87, the first satellite launched by the NRO in 2022, is the third time the agency has used a Falcon 9 rocket. The NRO has launched 16 other satellites over the past two years.

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04:14 DigitalTrends.com Watching a SpaceX booster landing never grows old, so here’s Wednesday’s

SpaceX deployed a spy satellite for the NRO on Wednesday, with the livestream offering some awesome views of the Falcon 9 rocket's launch and landing.

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01:15 Yahoo Science SpaceX launches classified spy satellite

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00:28 Teslarati.com SpaceX Falcon 9 booster sticks landing, setting up future spy satellite launches

A new SpaceX Falcon 9 booster has successfully carried the National Reconnaissance Office’s NROL-87 mission to space on its launch debut, opening the door for additional spy satellite launches later this year. Unfortunately, due to the secretive nature of NRO launches, the only possible confirmation that Falcon 9’s NROL-87 launch was fully successful, will likely […] The post SpaceX Falcon 9 booster sticks landing, setting up future spy satellite launches appeared first on TESLARATI.

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02.02.2022
20:36 TechInvestorNews.com SpaceX launches Starlink premium internet plan, and its not cheap - CNET (Kourtnee Jackson/CNET News)

Kourtnee Jackson / CNET NewsSpaceX launches Starlink premium internet plan, and its not cheap - CNET - The satellite internet service comes with a kit and a monthly $500 fee. ...

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19:04 Teslarati.com SpaceX set to launch two Falcon 9 rockets in 26 hours [webcast]

Update: SpaceX’s plans for two launches in less than two hours have been foiled for unknown reasons. While the company confirms that NROL-87 remains on track to launch at 12:18 pm PST (20:18 UTC) on Wednesday, Starlink 4-7 has been delayed to 1Thursday, February 3rd – no longer a US record but still less than […] The post SpaceX set to launch two Falcon 9 rockets in 26 hours [webcast] appeared first on TESLARATI.

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18:39 TechInvestorNews.com SpaceX Rolls Out Premium Starlink Satellite Internet Tier at $500 Per Month (Slashdot)

SlashdotSpaceX Rolls Out Premium Starlink Satellite Internet Tier at $500 Per Month - SpaceX has rolled out a new, more powerful premium tier of its Starlink satellite internet service thats targeted at businesses and enterprise customers. From a report: The new product, which was added to the companys website Tuesday night, comes at five times the cost of the consumer-focused standard service: Starlink ...

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18:29 Yahoo Tech Elon Musk's SpaceX released a faster version of its Starlink satellite internet service. It comes with a $2,500 kit and costs 5 times the standard service.

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18:18 Yahoo Tech Coast Guard investigates Royal Caribbean ship that stymied a SpaceX launch

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17:40 TechInvestorNews.com SpaceX rolls outs premium Starlink satellite internet tier at $500 per month (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsSpaceX rolls outs premium Starlink satellite internet tier at $500 per month - Elon Musks company is now offering a pricier but more powerful version of the Starlink service especially targeted at businesses and enterprise customers. ...

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15:33 Yahoo Tech SpaceX reveals $500 monthly 'Premium' Starlink service with speeds up to 500 Mbps

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14:35 Yahoo Tech SpaceX reveals $500 monthly 'Premium' Starlink service with speeds up to 500 Mbps

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14:33 TechInvestorNews.com Elon Musks SpaceX has released a faster version of its Starlink satellite internet service. It come (kduffy@insider.com (Kate Duffy)/Insider: Tech)

kduffy@insider.com (Kate Duffy) / Insider: TechElon Musks SpaceX has released a faster version of its Starlink satellite internet service. It come - The firm says users of the premium version can expect download speeds of between 150 and 500 Megabits per second. ...

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13:25 TheVerge.com SpaceX’s new Starlink Premium tier promises up to 500Mbps for $500 a month

The new Starlink Premium dish. | Image: SpaceX SpaceX’s satellite internet service Starlink is getting a pricey new high-performance tier called Starlink Premium. Announced by SpaceX founder Elon Musk, the new service includes a larger high performance antenna and advertises speeds of between 150 and 500Mbps (20 to 40ms latency), up from the 50 to 250Mbps (20 to 40ms latency) promised by its regular service. Premium also claims roughly double the upload speeds at 20 to 40Mbps, compared to 10 to 20Mbps for the standard tier. This increase in performance doesn’t come cheap. While the base Starlink service costs $499 for the hardware and $99 a month, Starlink Premium will cost $2,500 for the antenna, and $500 a month. Deliveries are due to start in the second quarter of this year.... Continue reading…

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06:28 Teslarati.com SpaceX reveals Starlink Premium service, new all-weather antenna

SpaceX has revealed unexpected plans for a “Premium” Starlink service package with significantly improved performance and an extra-rugged user terminal (antenna/dish). The company says that deliveries of the upgraded dish could begin as early as Q2 2022, providing prospective users – including “small offices, storefronts, and super users” – with almost three times the peak […] The post SpaceX reveals Starlink Premium service, new all-weather antenna appeared first on TESLARATI.

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