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SpaceX Set to Launch the World’s First Reusable Booster

the Grasshopper, a test vehicle used by SpaceX SpaceX Set to Launch the World’s First Reusable Booster SpaceX’s reusable booster rocket, the first of its kind, could pave the way for radically cheaper access to space.


Elon Musk’s Mission to Mars

The Dragon capsule "Dragon is a partially reusable spacecraft developed by SpaceX, an American private space transportation company based in Hawthorne, California. Dragon is launched into space by the SpaceX Falcon 9 two-stage-to-orbit launch vehicle"

SpaceX's manned Dragon spacecraft could make a human colony on Mars possible as shown in this still image from a SpaceX video. The private spaceflight company has targeted manned Mars exploration as a long-range goal.

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Could SpaceX land the first humans on Mars?

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Could SpaceX land the first humans on Mars?

Get your ass to Mars (SpaceX)!!!

NASA's Mars Science Laboratory, also known as the Curiosity Mars rover, is a huge six-wheeled robot the size of a small car. The nuclear-powered rover won't land using rockets or airbags like past Mars missions. Instead, NASA has built a rocket-propelled sky crane that will hover over the Martian surface and lower the rover to the Red Planet's surface.

Dennis Tito's 2018 Human Mars Flyby Mission Explained (Infographic) by Karl Tate, Infographics Artist

Since the 1960s, humans have invaded our neighboring planet Mars with swarms of spacecraft. Only about half of the attempts have been successful. -

Once a stream flowed down the steep rim of Gale Crater and deposited rocks on the flat plain below, say JPL scientists.

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Spaceship That Could Take Us To Mars Set For Test Flight Tomorrow

Orion Spacecraft Launch To Test NASA Capsule That May Take Humans To Mars

MRO image of the side of a crater on Mars. (Side of a Crater Wallpaper por sjrankin en Flickr)

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“#NASA is developing a mission to Mars using stepping stone approach: beyond the moon, to an asteroid & then Mars.” [Space Future: Mars in the Future:]