reusable rockets

Space

SpaceX’s Rocket Landings Have Quickly Transitioned From Mind-Boggling to Routine

One of the toughest engineering problems ever has been almost completely mastered in the matter of a year.
Jason Koebler
8.15.16
Space

Watch Blue Origin Launch Its Reusable Rocket

And crash it.
Janus Kopfstein
6.19.16
News

SpaceX's Rocket Crashed. Here's Why It Doesn't Matter

SpaceX has already proven it can land rockets—a failure here or there doesn't matter in the long run.
Jason Koebler
6.15.16
Space

This Is the Best View of SpaceX's Latest Barge Landing

For its third landing at sea and its fourth overall on Earth, SpaceX gives us the view from the best seat in the house.
Leif Johnson
5.28.16
News

Thank God SpaceX Didn’t Crash Again

Forget reusable rockets for a second—a successful return to the ISS is far more important.
Jason Koebler
4.8.16
Space

Jeff Bezos' Rocket Reached Space and Returned Yet Again

Blue Origin craft makes second landing after second trip to space.
Leif Johnson
1.23.16
News

Why SpaceX's 'Next Few Missions' Will Attempt to Land a Rocket at Sea

SpaceX has confirmed it’s not going to retire the drone boat anytime soon.
Jason Koebler
1.13.16
video

SpaceX Recaps its Falcon 9 Launch in Corny Video

The most recent successful SpaceX launch gets a video recap.
Kari Paul
1.12.16
Space

SpaceX Sticks Rocket Landing in Its First Launch Since Summer Tragedy

The only thing better than a rocket launch is a rocket landing.
Amy Thompson
12.22.15
News

Blue Origin Just Secretly Landed a Reusable Rocket

Jeff Bezos's space company becomes the first to launch a rocket to space and then land it back on Earth.
Jason Koebler
11.24.15
nasa

Judges Killed a Patent Aimed at Stopping SpaceX's Reusable Rocket Plan

Sorry, Jeff Bezos: Judges ruled you can't patent a plan to land a rocket on a drone boat.
Jason Koebler
9.2.15
Features

​Reduce, Reuse, Relaunch: The Most Exciting Plans to Recycle Rockets

Over the past few months, there has been a flurry of announcements from private spacecraft companies about their plans for reusable spacecraft.
JORDAN KEENAN
5.1.15
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