In case you missed the Jason-3 launch via SpaceX in California.
Landing the first stage failed (apparently) because one of the legs on the rocket did not lock in. I still find the idea pretty cool and they have proven they can do it.
The launch is about 21 minutes into the video.
Congratulations SpaceX !!!
I think a local college had a small sat deployed too, need to check that further.
Live feed of the cargo ship Cygnus installation on the ISS from NASA on Ustream:
The third time was the charm as they say and the Cygnus cargo ship has launched.
The Cygnus cargo ship should be installed onto the ISS on Wednesday with coverage starting at 09:30 UTC / 04:30 EST. I will post a link to the live video.
WOW! Great video, the rocket goes up to 100.5 km / 369,839 feet and returns — watch!
Virgin Galactic was selected for Venture Class launches via its LauncherOne air-launched system. Having a launch system that can pretty much come to the customer allows for remarkable versatility.
Click the image for a much larger version of this Hubble image of Jupiter.
In Jupiter’s North Equatorial Belt, scientists spotted a rare wave that had been seen there only once before. It is similar to a wave that sometimes occurs in Earth’s atmosphere when cyclones are forming. This false-color close-up of Jupiter shows cyclones (arrows) and the wave (vertical lines).
Take a look at the interior of the SpaceX manned spacecraft, the Crew Dragon.