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SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket delivered satellites from the Cape Canaveral Air Force station on March 1, 2015.
Another view of Falcon 9, a two-stage rocket designed to carry the Dragon into orbit.
The Falcon 9 launch in February 2015, SpaceX’s first deep space mission. The rocket carried the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite.
The SpaceX Dragon, a free-flying spacecraft designed to deliver cargo and people to orbiting stations and satellites in space. This photo shows the Dragon before it departed Earth in February 2015.
The Dragon crew
The SpaceX team works on the Dragon, SpaceX’s “next-generation” rocket they’re creating to send into space. This photo was taken in January 2015 before a test flight.
The SpaceX Dragon and Falcon 9 launched from Cape Canaveral in January 2015 and returned to Earth four and a half weeks later.
The Dragon landed with a parachute splash off the coast of southern California.
A wide angle shot of the Falcon 9 and the SpaceX premises in Florida, before the rocket was launched in February 2015.
A night landscape view of the Falcon 9 when it launched in early 2015.
Quite the view
Another awesome photo SpaceX released of one of the launches of Falcon 9, which left Earth just before sunset in early 2015.