Photos: Falcon Booster Landing at Cape Canaveral

The first stage of a Falcon 9 rocket is pictured during its propulsive landing at Cape Canaveral’s Landing Zone-1, eight minutes after the rocket’s first launch from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39A with the Dragon SpX-10 resupply craft headed to the International Space Station.

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Photos: Falcon 9 blasts off from Historic Cape Canaveral Launch Pad

Kennedy’s historic Launch Complex 39 returned to rocket launch operations on Sunday with a most impressive liftoff of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket – ushering in a new era of commercial launch operations from the storied space center.

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Last-Second Countdown Abort for Inaugural Falcon 9 Launch from LC-39A

The inaugural launch of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral’s historic Launch Complex 39A had to be scrubbed on Saturday after a late countdown abort due to a potential issue with an engine steering device on the rocket’s second stage.

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Falcon 9 declared GO for Historic Debut Launch from LC-39A with Dragon Cargo Craft

SpaceX and NASA are GO for Saturday’s planned launch of a Falcon 9 rocket with the Dragon cargo spacecraft set for its tenth operational mission to the International Space Station, carrying 2,500 Kilograms of cargo to the orbiting laboratory.

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Revival of Cape Canaveral’s LC-46 begins with Minotaur Pathfinder Assembly

Orbital ATK has begun the process of reviving Cape Canaveral’s Launch Complex 46 by stacking three Peacekeeper missile stages to demonstrate techniques for the assembly of the first Minotaur IV rocket to launch from the Cape this summer with an experimental satellite for the U.S. Air Force.

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Falcon 9 fires up for milestone Engine Test on historic Launch Pad 39A

The rumble of rocket engines returned to the Kennedy Space Center on Sunday when SpaceX’s Falcon 9 completed a milestone Static Fire Test at the historic Launch Complex 39A that was last used over five years ago by the final flight of the Space Shuttle.

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Atlas V lifts Crucial Missile Warning Satellite to Orbit in Successful Year-Opening Launch

A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket thundered off from Cape Canaveral Friday night, carrying into orbit a crucial missile warning satellite for the U.S. defense forces to keep watch over potentially dangerous missile launches affecting the U.S. homeland and forces stationed abroad.

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Atlas V grounded by Technical Snag, fouled Range – Next Launch Attempt Friday Night

ULA’s Atlas V rocket stood fully fueled atop its Cape Canaveral launch pad Thursday night, but was grounded late in its countdown due to a technical issue holding up the planned liftoff with a $1.2 billion missile warning satellite and a wayward aircraft causing a violation on the Eastern Range in the day’s last attempt to get the workhorse launcher off the ground.

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Photos: Atlas V blasts off with high-speed Internet Satellite

A United Launch Alliance Atlas V 431 rocket blasts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on December 19, 2016 to embark on its eighth and final mission of 2016, carrying into orbit the EchoStar 19 high-capacity Internet satellite for Hughes Networks.

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Atlas V Powerhouse closes 2016 with high-energy Orbital Delivery of EchoStar 19

ULA’s mighty Atlas V rocket thundered off from Cape Canaveral Sunday afternoon, lifting into orbit the world’s most powerful broadband satellite to deliver services to over one million homes and businesses across the United States.

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