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  1. SpaceX aims to use autonomous spaceport drones to recover rockets

    Elon Musk has shared a number of details regarding the company's plans to recover its Falcon rockets. Next on the menu? Drone sea-going landing pads. FULL ARTICLE AT Extreme Tech

  2. And a floating carrier for recyclable rockets Pics and video   SpaceX boss Elon Musk has been showing off steerable wings on his company's Falcon rocket booster – and a floating ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Register

  1. Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, shared images and descriptions of new spacecraft technology on Twitter. FULL ARTICLE AT CNBC

  2. Know Right Now: Elon Musk Debuts New Rocket on Twitter

    He revealed the improved Falcon 9R FULL ARTICLE AT TIME Magazine

  3. Musk is testing x-wing style fins, spaceport drone ship

    (Phys.org) —Elon Musk over the weekend sent out a number of tweets about what's up at SpaceX in its rocket endeavors, talking about features that triggered a steady ... FULL ARTICLE AT PhysOrg.com

  1. Elon Musk teases SpaceX’s “X-Wing” grid fins

    No, this doesn't mean that SpaceX's next spacecraft will be a starfighter from Star Wars. After all, these hypersonic grid fins make the Falcon 9-R look nothing like ... FULL ARTICLE AT SlashGear

  2. SpaceX's reusable rockets get help from 'X-wing' fins and drone ships

    SpaceX's reusable rockets already have a few tricks up their metal sleeves, but it looks like they're getting at least a couple more. Elon Musk has revealed that ... FULL ARTICLE AT Engadget

  3. Elon Musk unveils 'drone ship' and 'x-wing' fins for rockets via Twitter

    Thor Benson HAWTHORNE, Calif., Nov. 22 (UPI) -- On Saturday, Elon Musk announced via Twitter his company SpaceX is testing 'drone ships and new rocket fins he refers to as 'x-wing ... FULL ARTICLE AT United Press International

  4. Elon Musk teases new fins for reusable rockets, autonomous spaceport ships

    Elon Musk is probably the most interesting person in private space technology right now. Today, he teased a number of new features for his SpaceX rockets and the technology that ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Next Web

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Space Exploration Technologies Corporation, or more popularly and informally known as SpaceX, is a space transport company headquartered in Hawthorne, California. It was founded in 2002 by former PayPal entrepreneur Elon Musk. It has developed the Falcon 1 and Falcon 9 space boosters, both of which are built with a goal of becoming reusable launch vehicles. SpaceX is also developing the Dragon... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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