SpaceX possibly will start using reusable rockets from 2015 for space mission

January 2, 2015 3:15 PM

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Space Exploration Technologies Corporation commonly known as the SpaceX may start using reusable rockets from 2015 for space missions. SpaceX is responsible for re-supplying mission for International Space Station (ISS). This American space service transport company is going to carry food, equipment and two satellite to the International Space Station in 6th January. According to CEO of SpaceX, Elon Musk this mission for 6th January will be a historic one as the company will try to bring the rockets back to earth. If the company can bring back their rockets successfully to earth it will save them a lot of money.

Until now their rockets usually carries their consignments up to space, get abandoned and fall in the sea. But for the 6th January mission SpaceX is trying to bring the rockets safely back to earth so that it can be used for future mission. For ISS mission SpaceX use their Falcon9 rockets, which are...

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