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Watch a live view of SpaceX's pad 39A at Kennedy Space Center, where the company launches Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy rockets.

Falcon Heavy with a kick stage. Probably more detail than you want:

Congress may allow NASA to launch Europa Clipper on a Falcon Heavy by @SciGuySpace 

Congress may allow NASA to launch Europa Clipper on a Falcon Heavy

One year ago today, a @SpaceX  Falcon Heavy rocket carried the #COSMIC2  satellites into orbit. Learn how and why NCEI is archiving the mission’s climate and solar-weather data. @NOAASatellites  @UCAR_News 

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One year ago #today , a @SpaceX  Falcon Heavy rocket launched NASA technology demonstrations into orbit on mission Space Test Program-2 (STP-2). Read more about the launch and its mission here:

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@jinsprucker  Falcon 9 (or Falcon Heavy) on 39A, while a Starship is on 39A's Starship Pad just off-ramp, would be the ultimate.

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@realhomerhickam  @robert_zubrin  "To land would still be a two-rocket situation — one to deliver the Dragon to lunar orbit and another to send the lander — but vastly cheaper and faster, requiring two Falcon Heavy rockets instead of two SLS boosters, which each cost 10 times as much. "

NASA Awards Northrop Grumman Artemis Contract for Gateway Crew Cabin. $187 million to design the habitation and logistics outpost (HALO) for the Gateway. Set to be launched together with the Power and Propulsion Element (PPE) on a falcon heavy'>SpaceX Falcon Heavy.

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Booster mate inside SpaceX's hangar at LC-39A ahead of Falcon Heavy’s static fire yesterday

Why Falcon Heavy & Starman? Life cannot just be about solving one sad problem after another. There need to be things that inspire you, that make you glad to wake up in the morning and be part of humanity. That is why we did it. We did for you.

Falcon Heavy’s side boosters land on Landing Zones 1 and 2

Falcon Heavy side cores have landed at SpaceX’s Landing Zones 1 and 2.

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More photos from Falcon Heavy's first flight →

Falcon Heavy hold-down firing this morning was good. Generated quite a thunderhead of steam. Launching in a week or so.

If you liked tonight’s launch, you will really like Falcon Heavy next month: 3 rocket cores & 3X thrust. 2 cores return to base doing synchronized aerobatics. 3rd lands on droneship.

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