Viewpoints Industry TV Examines SpaceX and Its Newest Spacecraft on an Upcoming Segment
Coral Springs, FL, June 06, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV is pleased to report an important development in the effort to get Americans back into space. Rockets that can launch and carry payloads and crews into outer space are nothing new. The challenge has always been how to bring the human participants back to Earth again, safely. The Shuttle represented a significant forward step in this process, but it came back to land as a glider, and as such, was vulnerable to a wide variety of factors that could lead to disaster at any moment during the landing. Disposable spacecraft are an untenable method, keeping the cost of space exploration unbearably high. The brave, new contender in the space travel market, SpaceX, has introduced its new generation vehicle: the Dragon v2. A reusable takeoff and landing vehicle, it's considered a major step forward in aerospace technology. This development comes none too soon, as America is not currently launching manned spacecraft and its former partner in this field, Russia, is proving to be an uncertain ally, at best.
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