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Spaceport Somewhere 

  Press Release: Last Frontier Rocket Launches with Blue-Collar and Hi-Tech Pioneers Spaceport Somewhere is the compelling portrait of three employees at a rocket-launching complex on the remote island of Kodiak, Alaska. February 26, 2018, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – Released online this week, Spaceport … Continue reading

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SpaceX Paz Launch Info

  UPDATE: Perfect Launch and Deployment of Paz Launch Time: Thursday February 22 at 6:17 a.m. PST Launch Location: Space Launch Complex 4 East (SLC-4E) at Vandenberg Air Force Base Payload: Hisdesat’s PAZ satellite Landing:  No – SpaceX will not attempt to … Continue reading

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Virgin Galactic has a new website

Things have been quiet with Virgin Galactic except for a few glide test. Today in hope of seeing more milestones in the future they launch their new website. Click image below to visit.

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Advanced Falcon Heavy Model

Can’t wait to see the results of this build The most advanced scale rocket on earth. Help support development at — (@bps_space) February 14, 2018 According to the BPS Space Patreon website “Barnard Propulsion Systems develops model … Continue reading

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The Falcon Heavy Paper Model

I had put this link in a previous post but wanted to do it again since this is a fabulous model to build. AXM Paper Models has a great free download of a 1:100 scale build of the Falcon Heavy. … Continue reading

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What did the Falcon Heavy launch sound like?

Put on your headphones on. Sit back and take in the sounds(BINAURAL AUDIO IMMERSION) of being at the Cape brought to you by the excellent work of Destin at Smarter Every Day Click HERE for the extended version

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The Amazing Flight of the Falcon Heavy

  I am still in awe. That was the most exciting rocket launch since Apollo. In case you missed it.   Last view from Starman Last pic of Starman in Roadster enroute to Mars orbit and then the Asteroid Belt … Continue reading

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