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SpaceX: Photos to Make You Look into the Future


SpaceX is so popular nowadays that almost everybody has known or heard its name. The company was founded in 2002 by Elon Musk. Their goal seems to be the colonization of Mars and making space affordable (relatively!). They develop and operate different rockets, spacecraft, and satellites. There are pioneers in private spaceflight and more successful than any other company. They have sent astronauts to the International Space Station.

Have a look at these images that shows how futuristic SpaceX is.


SpaceX Headquarters at Hawthorne, California

SpaceX Headquarters at Hawthorne, California
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The First Launch of the Falcon Heavy Rocket

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SpaceX launched the first car in Space and to Orbit the Sun, Tesla Roadster on February 6, 2018

SpaceX launched the first car in Space and to Orbit the Sun, Tesla Roadster on February 6, 2018

Starship SN9 sits on the launch pad ahead of its first launch


The first test-firing of the SpaceX Raptor engine sideways took place on September 25, 2016

The first test-firing of the SpaceX Raptor engine sideways took place on September 25, 2016

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Falcon 9 Full Thrust rocket on the launch pad in April 2016

Falcon 9 Full Thrust rocket on the launch pad in April 2016 spacex

The Crew Dragon spacecraft as it approached the Harmony Module in the International Space Station for docking

The Crew Dragon spacecraft as it approached the Harmony Module in the International Space Station for docking spacex

SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavour as it approached the International Space Station carrying the first astronauts flying on a private spacecraft

SpaceX Crew Dragon Endeavour as it approached the International Space Station carrying the first astronauts flying on a private spacecraft

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First Stage of a Falcon 9 Full Thrust rocket lands on the autonomous spaceport drone ship Of Course I Still Love You, successfully landed after a resupply mission to the International Space Station

First Stage of a Falcon 9 Full Thrust rocket lands on the autonomous spaceport drone ship Of Course I Still Love You, successfully landed after a resupply mission to the International Space Station spacex

Falcon 9 First Stage Landing on the autonomous spaceport drone ship after SES-10 mission

Falcon 9 First Stage Landing on the autonomous spaceport drone ship after SES-10 mission spacex

Six Starlink satellites are captured over Georgia, US in 2020


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The test-firing of a Merlin 1D rocket engine

The test-firing of a Merlin 1D rocket engine spacex

Interior of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft

Interior of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft

The Dragon spacecraft shortly after splash landing in the Pacific, after returning from the International Space Station in May 2012

The Dragon spacecraft shortly after splash landing in the Pacific, after returning from the International Space Station in May 2012

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SpaceX Dragon spacecraft approaches the International Space Station during the CRS-5 mission in January 2015

SpaceX Dragon spacecraft approaches the International Space Station during the CRS-5 mission in January 2015

The first stage of the rocket launched 60 Starlink satellites returning back to the Earth in September 2021


SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with Crew Dragon spacecraft is rolled out to the launch pad in April 2022

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with Crew Dragon spacecraft is rolled out to the launch pad in April 2022

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