Date
July 4, 2017

DARPA considers using PSLV rocket for less important missions

SpaceX suffers for a delay with their launch schedule since disaster of Falcon-9 with CRS-7 Dragon cargo spacecraft on 28 June 2015. Another failure on launch pad on 1 September 2016 also not helped in keeping the schedule. It should not be surprising that some potential Customers begun to consider another propositions from different launch service providers. One of such Continue Reading The post DARPA considers using PSLV rocket for less important missions appeared first on SpaceFlights. [...]

SpaceX Falcon-9 with Intelsat-35E delayed again

This time rocket was not perfectly fine and probably another technical issue stopped SpaceX from launching their flagship rocket with Intelsat-35E. Heavy storms near LC-39A caused prolonged countdown which was automatically halted at T-10″. This is second time when SpaceX delays launch of the Falcon with Intelsat-35E satellite. After failed attempt on June 2, was interrupted by the software problems with Guidance System (as Continue Reading The post SpaceX Falcon-9 with Intelsat-35E delayed again appeared first on SpaceFlights. [...]