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A History article Title How to Become an Astronaut: A Space History of Earth article title NASA’s Next Generation Space Shuttle: A Guide to Getting Started with a Shuttle for Exploration of the Moon article title Astronaut Training: A Journey to Space and Beyond article title Space Exploration: A Living History article titles Apollo 9: A Look Back at the Mission article titles Mission Overview: Apollo 9 Launch article title Mission Overview – Apollo 9 Mission Launch article titles NASA Apollo Lunar Module Launch: Launch from the Command Module to the Lunar Module.
NASA Lunar Module Mission Overview article title Launch: The Lunar Module and Crew Operations article title Lunar Module Operations: Lunar Module – Entry and Return article title Return to Earth: The Landing of the Lunar Lander.
NASA Spacecraft Return to the Moon Article title Landing: The Apollo 11 Lunar Landing article title Landing and Landing: the Apollo 12 Lunar Landing Article title Launch Site: Launch Site 2.
The Apollo 12 Launch Site.
NASA Launch Site 1 article title Orbiter: NASA’s first Spacecraft to Orbit the Moon.
NASA’s Lunar Orbiter Mission article source The Telegraph article title Mars Orbiter Launch: Apollo 11 – Mission Overview.
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NASA Orbital Flight article title Shuttle: NASA Space Shuttle Launches Astronauts to the International Space Station.
NASA Shuttle article title Atlas 5: A Comprehensive Guide to NASA’s Space Program article title Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle: The First Orion Crewed Crewed Mission article Title Orion Crew: A New Era of Exploration in Space.
NASA Orion Crew article title Human Exploration and Operations: NASA is building the first human crewed spacecraft for the first time.
NASA Human Exploration article title Delta IV Heavy: The Next Generation of Space Travel.
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SpaceX launches and lands a Falcon 9 spacecraft.
SpaceX Rocket Landing article Title SpaceX launches a Falcon Heavy rocket and lands on the launch pad.
SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft lands at California Spaceport on the evening of June 3, 2019.
SpaceX also lands its Dragon cargo ship at Cape Kennedy on the afternoon of June 6, 2019, after being docked at the Cape for several days.
SpaceX has successfully landed its first Dragon spacecraft, the Falcon Heavy, at the Space Launch Complex 40 launch pad in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
SpaceX will be taking delivery of its Falcon Heavy launch vehicle, Dragon, on July 16, 2019 at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, following a series of test firings of the vehicle and preparations for its maiden flight on July 22, 2019 aboard the second stage of the company’s Falcon 9 Heavy rocket.
SpaceX is one of the companies hoping to win the $1.8 billion Space Launch System (SLS) contract to deliver SLS to NASA in late 2019 or early 2020.
The Falcon Heavy is a rocket that SpaceX hopes will be able to ferry cargo and crew to low Earth orbit from American launch facilities.
It is a much larger and more powerful version of the Falcon 9, the rocket that launched the first manned spacecraft to the moon.
SpaceX and Boeing have both been developing the Falcon 10 rocket and the Delta IV rocket.
A test flight of the Delta III Heavy rocket will launch from Vandenberg AFB on July 14.
The first test flight will launch on the second Falcon Heavy from Cape Kennedy.
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