With its corporate headquarters in Hawthorne, California, Space Exploration Technologies Corp.

popularly known as SpaceX, is an American company that produces satellite communications systems, launches rockets, and manufactures spacecraft.

Elon Musk established the business in 2002 with the goal of lowering the cost of space travel and colonizing Mars.

In addition to the Dragon spacecraft, the business currently oversees the administration of the Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy rockets.

The network of Starlink satellites operated by SpaceX, which became the largest satellite constellation ever in January 2020 and will have more than 4,300 tiny satellites in orbit by June 2023, provides an internet connection.


The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is known as NASA. The United States government’s NASA agency is in charge of all air and space-related science and technology.

With the Soviet satellite Sputnik’s launch in 1957, the Space Age officially began.

On October 1st, 1958, NASA began operations.

The organization was established to coordinate American space exploration and aviation research.

The president proposes to the NASA administrator, and the Senate votes to confirm him or her.

Many people are familiar with NASA’s efforts.

However, the majority are likely unaware of the breadth of the agency’s activities.

In orbit, astronauts carry out scientific investigations.

Scientists can learn more about Earth thanks to satellites.

Studying the solar system and beyond are space probes.

New advancements enhance flight experiences overall.

Additionally, NASA is starting a new effort to send people to explore Mars and the Moon.

In addition to these significant missions, NASA also performs a variety of additional tasks.

The organization disseminates what it discovers so that its knowledge might improve people’s lives all throughout the world.

For instance, businesses can exploit NASA discoveries to develop fresh spinoff goods.

What Happened To SpaceX & NASA?

The following astronaut launch by SpaceX has been delayed by at least 24 hours.

The four-person Crew-7 mission to the International Space Station (ISS) for NASA was scheduled to launch early on Friday, August 25, from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center.

However, it won’t happen now.

According to a statement sent by NASA officials via email on Thursday evening (Aug. 24).

“NASA and SpaceX are standing down from the Friday, Aug. 25, launch opportunity for the agency’s Crew-7 mission to the International Space Station.” ”

Launch for SpaceX’s seventh crew rotation mission to the microgravity laboratory for NASA is now planned for 3:27 a.m. on Saturday, August 26. More will follow.


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