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Space X 2017 Launch

Thirteen seconds before liftoff, a panicked voice on the livestream said, “hold, hold, hold!” And so SpaceX’s Falcon 9 launch on Saturday morning , February 19, 2017  was scrubbed in the final seconds “out of an abundance of caution,” operators said, because of a potential problem in the rocket’s upper stage. “Better to wait a day,” Elon Musk tweeted. The launch was pushed to Sunday morning, and this time went off without a hitch.

 

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Solar System

Welcome to Solar System Scope space traveller, SSS means Astronomy for Everybody. Whether you are a student, astronomy fan or an accidental browser, you are most welcome to play with the user-friendly application. It's full of space-art graphics, has easy-to-use interface with various settings and offers interesting information.

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Elon Musk - CEO SpaceX

Elon Musk says a MILLION people could be living on Mars by the mid-2060s - but they will have to be prepared to die. SpaceX founder Elon Musk has set out a plan to establish a self-sustaining city on Mars complete with iron foundries and pizza restaurants. The billionaire entrepreneur envisions 1,000 passenger ships flying en masse to the red planet within the next century - Battlestar Galactica style.

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Every day satellites are zooming through space, snapping incredible pictures of Earth, the solar system and outer space. Here are the highlights from the latest photographs received on April, 2016.

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The Operational Land Imager (OLI) on NASA's Landsat 8 satellite acquired this large natural-color image showing a view of the Caspian Sea around the Tyuleniy Archipelago. 

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The US aerospace company SpaceX has successfully landed a resusable rocket on an ocean platform, after four previous attempts failed. It was returning from delivering an inflatable habitat into space for Nasa. The inflatable room will attach to the International Space Station (ISS) for a two-year test and become the first such habitat for humans in orbit.

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It reached the ISS around 09:00 GMT on Sunday April 10, 2016 along with other freight aboard the Dragon capsule. Built by Nevada company Bigelow Aerospace, the habitat is intended to pave the way towards the use of such rooms for long space trips, including to Mars.