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 2012/05/18 

Private space travel: A new era begins?

On Saturday, a company called SpaceX is scheduled to launch the first private mission to the International Space Station, demonstrating a freight-carrying capability NASA gave up when it retired its fleet of space shuttles in July.

 2012/03/28 

Have Money, Will Explore: Amazon's Jeff Bezos Aims To Recover Lost Apollo 11 Engines

In a new post on the Bezos Expeditions website, he announced that he and his team of savvy undersea explorers have located the Rocketdyne F-1 engines that helped propel the crew of Apollo 11 on their historic voyage to the moon in 1969.

 2011/05/24 

NASA Plans Capsule to Take Humans Into Deep Space

NASA plans a return to yesteryear by developing a space capsule that will carry humans into deep space, it announced Tuesday. “We are committed to human exploration beyond low-Earth orbit and look forward to developing the next generation of systems to take us there,” NASA Administrator Charles Bolden said.

 2011/04/05 

SpaceX Reveals The Falcon Heavy, The Most Powerful Rocket Since The Mighty Saturn V

SpaceX teased the world last week with some rocket pr0n that hinted that the company was finally ready to reveal its Falcon Heavy mega rocket. Well, that's what the company did minutes ago in a Washington DC press conference. World, meet the Falcon Heavy. She might take us back to the Moon.

 2010/02/03 

Iran claims launch of turtles, rodent into space

Iran said Wednesday it had launched a rocket carrying a rodent, two turtles and some worms into orbit, claiming it as a successful advance in their space program.

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