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NASA advisory committee worried about SpaceX’s fueling process

NASA advisory committee worried about SpaceX’s fueling process

An advisory committee of the U.S. space agency NASA has issued a warning regarding the way Elon Musk-led space firm SpaceX intends to fuel rockets that will eventually carry astronauts.

SpaceX has plans to ferry humans between Earth and the International Space Station (ISS) and eventually to Mars on its Crew Dragon spacecraft. But, the company’s plans to fuel the spacecraft while humans are aboard have raised concerns.

Musk might share details on Mars colonization plan in Tuesday’s highly-anticipated speech

Musk might share details on Mars colonization plan in Tuesday’s highly-anticipated speech

It is expected that Elon Musk, the SpaceX founder and CEO, will deliver a speech Tuesday at the International Astronautical Congress in Guadalajara, Mexico detailing on his ideas on how to come up with a city on Mars in 10 years.

Musk has named the project as the ‘Mars Colonial Transporter’, which includes a massive new rocket and spaceship that could deliver 100 people to Mars. Scott Hubbard from Stanford University said that the speech is long-awaited.

Doubts on SpaceX’s announcement of resuming Falcon 9 in November

Doubts on SpaceX’s announcement of resuming Falcon 9 in November

SpaceX founder Elon Musk has termed the incident in which the company’s rocket exploded dramatically during a regular launch pad test. The accident that was termed to be the most difficult and complex failure made Musk announced that the company would be soon back with rocket launches.

Former NASA official: SpaceX is running a punishing schedule

Former NASA official: SpaceX is running a punishing schedule

When it comes to the cutting edge, Elon Musk is most comfortable. The entrepreneur likes to push the envelope in different fields ranging from cars to spaceflight to solar energy. But, a SpaceX rocket’s explosion previous week has prompted the question that whether the CEO is pushing extremely hard?

SpaceX’s Dragon cargo spacecraft safely splashes down in Pacific Ocean with mice, other experiments

SpaceX’s Dragon cargo spacecraft safely splashes down in Pacific Ocean with mice, other experiments

Dragon cargo spacecraft of SpaceX has safely returned to Earth, splashing down in the Pacific Ocean off Baja California, Mexico. The vessel has made a comeback with over 3,000 lbs. of cargo and science experiments, like 12 mice.

SpaceX plans to shift its operations on refurbished Falcon rockets to a new Port Canaveral facility

SpaceX plans to shift its operations on refurbished Falcon rockets to a new Port Canaveral facility

SpaceX will shift its operations with regard to Falcon rockets to a new facility in Port Canaveral, Florida, announced John Murray, chief executive officer of Port Canaveral. The company is also planning to come up with one more facility on a land across the first building.

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