MUOS-5 Completes the US Navy's Constellation

Jared Haworth

June 28, 2016

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United Launch Alliance lofts the fifth and final Mobile User Objective Service (MUOS-5) satellite for the United States Navy on 24 June 2016.

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ULA's massive Delta IV Heavy propels NROL-37 to orbit


At 1:51pm local time on 11 June 2016, a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket lifted a classified payload (code-named NROL-37) for the National Reconnaissance Office to geosynchronous orbit.

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This image is a composite of 81 images shot in a series starting when the media was escorted to the ITL Causeway, just after 12:30am on Friday, May 6, 2016. The skies were very clear, and the stars (as you can see) were very visible. Each of the images was a 30 second exposure and they run right up to just before the launch by SpaceX of their Falcon9 rocket carrying the JCSAT-14 communications satellite at just after 1:20am. The launch itself is captured by a 166 second exposure that is (obviously) the streak. (Photo credit: Michael Seeley / We Report Space)

Falcon 9 sends JCSAT-14 to Orbit, self to Drone Ship

SpaceX's fourth Falcon 9 Full Thrust rocket delivers JCSAT-14 to Geostationary Orbit, then executes a perfect landing aboard its waiting drone ship.

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At approximately 1:36am (ET) on Tuesday, April 12, 2016 the SpaceX drone ship "Of Course I Still Love You" returned to Port Canaveral and CCAFS carrying the successfully landed first stage of the #CRS8 #Falcon9 rocket.

SpaceX Falcon 9 Returns to Port

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, used to successfully launch the CRS-8 mission for NASA on Friday, 8 April, returns to shore under cover of darkness.

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NASA's International Space Station once again plays host to SpaceX's Dragon capsule.  (Photo credit: Jared Haworth / We Report Space)

SpaceX Dragon Returns to ISS, Launch of CRS-8

SpaceX successfully launches CRS-8 mission to the ISS for NASA, recovers it's Falcon 9 first stage rocket aboard a drone ship.

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