Published: Wed, February 21, 2018
Science | By Cecil Little

'Mr. Steven' Net Boat To Catch SpaceX's Next Rocket Fairing

'Mr. Steven' Net Boat To Catch SpaceX's Next Rocket Fairing

The future is here, now and for proof just look back to the successful launch of the Falcon Heavy rocket a few weeks ago. Explaining the delay in the launch of SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, the company tweeted on Sunday: "Team at Vandenberg is taking additional time to perform final checkouts of upgraded fairing".

A delayed SpaceX launch is set to blast off Wednesday morning at 7:17 Arizona time. Payload and vehicle remain healthy.

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SpaceX plans to launch another Falcon 9 rocket (pictured) from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Southern California on Wednesday. According to Space.com those experimental solutions include parachutes and equipping recovery ships with metal arms. The Falcon Heavy rocket will now help propel a number of space missions that weren't technologically feasible until now. The test mission was an incredible success. Also, the first-stage booster which was used to launch Taiwan's Formosat-5 satellite in August 2017 is ready.

The two demonstration satellites, known as Microsat-2a and Microsat-2b, will launch as the so-called secondary payload on the Falcon 9 launch, according to documents filed this month with the Federal Communications Commission. "Yet Teledesic closed in 2002, after racking up more than $9 billion costs".

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SpaceX's aim is to reduce the cost of going into space and reusing components plays a major role in making that happen.

As the video clearly demonstrates, consumer-grade camera technology is not capable of steadily tracking a fast-moving rocket (anyone have a 10,000mm lens I can borrow for the next rocket launch?). The company carried Musk's Tesla Roadster on board with a mannequin in a spacesuit called Starman behind the wheel earlier this month. Today the word on the e-streets is that SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Can Go Mining On Asteroids. Why?

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