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SpaceX Falcon 9 Lander

Try (and fail) to land Elon Musk's SpaceX rocket

SpaceX Falcon 9 Lander is a rocket-flying simulator, playable in your browser. See if you can bring the πŸš€ back to earth safely.

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Rocket Watch

A new way to watch rocket launches live πŸš€

This is an app you never asked for, because you newer knew you wanted it!

Rocket Watch is an app made to make watching rocket launches (and landings) easier!

yasiu- Tinkerer obsessed with space.
Maybe because I'm a dev of it, maybe because I love rockets. I find it difficult to track my hobby, so I made an app to aid me :D It sets you in a good mood for sleep.
I Love Free Software
Are you fascinated by rockets? And couldn't find a place to track all the rocket launches? Well, let me introduce you to Rocket Watch. It is a one stop website to keep an eye on rocket launches from all around the World. It is the perfect place to find out if there is a rocket launch today.
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Where is Starman?

Track the whereabouts of Elon's Roadster in space πŸš€

Where is Roadster/Starman is a site dedicated to tracking the cherry red Tesla Roadster that SpaceX launched into Mars' orbit.

Twitter
I'm sure it's parked around here somewhere ... https://t.co/cq4LEhu4qD
Futurism
It's been barely two weeks since SpaceX successfully launched the first Falcon Heavy into orbit, and many are curious as to where it and its unconventional passenger are right now. Instead of sending something boring as the Heavy's first payload, SpaceX CEO and founder Elon Musk launched his own Tesla Roadster.
TechCrunch
Elon Musk's Starman, the mannequin driver of the Tesla Roadster SpaceX launched aboard its Falcon Heavy rocket, is taking a trip around our solar system, in a large elliptical orbit that will bring him relatively close to Mars, the Sun and other heavenly bodies.
Motherboard
Image: SpaceX/Flickr Last Tuesday, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk made history when he launched the Falcon Heavy, the most powerful rocket since the Saturn V took Apollo astronauts to the moon. The Heavy's payload was Musk's personal Tesla roadster, a $100,000 luxury car made by one of Musk's other companies.
Engadget
As of this writing, the car is about 2.1 million miles away from Earth and hurtling toward Mars at about 43,145MPH (6,755MPH away from Earth). It won't actually orbit Mars or venture into the Asteroid Belt, as Musk suggested -- if it keeps on its current trajectory, it should venture just past Mars before being pulled back toward the center of the system.
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Eve of Impact

Missile Command meets Asteroids iOS game πŸŒβ˜„οΈ

Eve of Impact is a mix of Missile Command and Asteroids placed in a cinematic game environment. It's a tiny game that has been celebrated as a "hidden gem" in the AppStore.

More than 6 years old it has collected 350K downloads, and netted around $25K. With 641 ratings it scores a 4,3 out of 5 stars.

To celebrate PH launch, it's now FREE forever!

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eve-of-impact - β˜„οΈ Eve of Impact iOS game source code
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Metric

Shoot for the stars in this gravity-based physics puzzler!

Metric is a gravity-based physics puzzler. The objective is to get from your starting point to the goal in each level, but this is not as easy as it sounds. Space pirates have kidnapped the Princess, and damaged your engines!

Luckily, you can still make gravity sources to push and pull your spaceship around. Just don't run into any asteroids!

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BFR | Earth to Earth from SpaceX

Travel anywhere on Earth in under an hour

BFR | Earth to Earth appears to be a reusable SpaceX rocket designed for international travel. Flying at 27,000 km/h the BFR can take passengers to most destinations in 30 minutes and everywhere on earth in 1hr.

Engadget
A rocket built for traveling throughout our solar system could revolutionize travel on Earth, according to Elon Musk. Using a "BFR" flying at a max speed of 18,000 mph, he says we could fly anywhere on Earth in under an hour.
The Verge
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk unveiled revised plans to travel to the Moon and Mars at a space industry conference today, but he ended his talk with a pretty incredible promise: using that same interplanetary rocket system for long distance travel on Earth.
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