The SpaceX Falcon 9 is designed to fit on public roads in the US. Here’s how SpaceX transports the different components.Read more (1 min)
The SpaceX Falcon 9 is big. Really big. Mindboggling big.
(But it’s peanuts compared to the SpaceX ITS.)
This is a high-level, overly simplified explanation of the “hoverslam” maneuver the SpaceX Falcon 9 performs during landing.
This is a high-level overview of the components of the SpaceX Dragon 1.
This is a high-level overview of the United Launch Alliance Vulcan launch vehicle.Read more (1 min)
This is a high-level view of the engines and thrusters in the SpaceX Dragon 2.Read more (1 min)
This is the approximate trajectory of the SpaceX Falcon 9 booster during a “return to launch site” landing (i.e. landing on land).Read more (2 min)
This is the predicted trajectory of the engine block on a launch vehicle implementing ULA’s SMART Reuse technology, such as the ULA Vulcan.