SpaceX to expand rocket fix center in Florida

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SpaceX said it plans to use the land to store rockets for refurbishment and reuse. An expansion of the company's Florida facility would allow for faster turnaround of reusable boosters as well as provide additional storage space. As revealed by documents filed with authorities, it proposes the construction of a 67,222-square-foot hangar south of its launch sites in Cape Canaveral for the said objective.

Port Canaveral commissioners will meet on Wednesday morning to vote on an agreement to lease a two-acre parcel to SpaceX for five years.

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SpaceX is perfecting the process of landing used rockets; the company has returned reusable boosters to Earth twelve times since the first successful Falcon rocket landing in 2015.

"Right now, we have that work dispersed at Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station". The reusable boosters land upright on a ground pad or on a drone barge.

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Blasting off from the Kennedy Space Center of NASA in Florida, the third Falcon 9 mission will involve an Intelsat communications satellite. The event will depend on the capability of the SpaceX's team to successfully prepare the spacecraft for launching after its victorious take off on June 23 with a Bulgarian's communication satellite. SpaceX has a backlog of more than 70 missions, worth more than $10 billion, spokesman Taylor said.

While SpaceX missions - which were jaw-dropping when the first Falcon 9s landed on drone ships a little more than a year ago - now sort of feel both thrilling and boring, Musk's company upped the ante this past weekend, sending up and safely bringing back down onto drone ships two rockets in three days, off each coast, NBD. She is an active blogger and erstwhile facilitator of science and engineering programs for children.

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