SpaceX Introduces Retooled Website Featuring Falcon 9 Reusability

Screenshot Credit : SpaceX

Credit : SpaceX

In case you haven’t been to the SpaceX website lately,  its a good time to check it out.   Gone are the old Battlestar Galactica stationary clipped corners, and in its place a slick new look which feels decidedly more corporate, (but not stodgy.) Two features should not be overlooked.   The company is now actively promoting its private crew transport capabilities to commercial  interests for multiple destinations in low Earth orbit.  Also, stock images of the Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy, complete with info-graphics,  prominently feature the fold away landing legs on the booster’s  first stage.   And yes, the Falcon Heavy includes them on all three cores. One more subtle change, the two Dragonlab flights flights which have been on the manifest for a long time, have been moved back to 2016 and 2018 respectively.

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