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CRS-12 Post-Launch Presser

Panelists:

  • Dan Hartmann, NASA Deputy Manager for the ISS.

  • Hans Koenigsmann, SpaceX.

Moderator: Good afternoon and welcome to NASA's Kennedy Space Center for the post launch news conference of today's successful SpaceX cargo resupply mission to the International

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CRS-12 Pre-Launch Presser

Panelists:

  • Dan Hartmann, NASA Deputy Manager for the ISS.

  • Hans Koenigsmann, SpaceX.

  • Pete Hasbrook, Associate Program Scientist, ISS Program.

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CRS-13 Pre-Launch Presser

2017-12-11

Moderator:

  • Cheryl Warner, NASA Communications Office

Participants:

  • Kirk Shireman, ISS Program Manager
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CRS-13 Post-Launch Presser

2017-12-15

Moderator:

  • Stephanie Martin, NASA Communications Office

Participants:

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FH Demo Pre-Launch Phone Presser
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Falcon Heavy Demo Pre-Launch Phone Presser

2018-02-05

Moderator: Good afternoon. My name is Nicole and I will be your conference operator today. At this time, I would like to welcome everyone to the SpaceX call with Elon Musk. All lines have been placed on mute to prevent any background noise. After the speaker's remarks there will be a question and answer session. If you would like to ask a question during this time, simply press star, then the number one on your telephone keypad. Or if you would like to withdraw your question, please press the pound key. Thank you. John Taylor, Director of Communications for SpaceX, please go ahead.

John Taylor, SpaceX: Thank you Nicole. I want to first apologize to everyone who's been waiting today. We've been super-jammed and we greatly appreciate your patience. We've got about thirty minutes, maybe a little bit longer, and I'm ready for questions now. At the end, when we are ready to wrap things up, Elon will say we've got time for one more question, and

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Falcon Heavy Demo Post-Launch Presser

2018-02-06

John Taylor, SpaceX: Good evening and welcome to the post-launch news conference for the SpaceX Falcon Heavy test flight. I'm John Taylor, Director of Communications for SpaceX. Joining us to provide a status on mission is Elon Musk, SpaceX CEO and Lead Designer. Elon?

Elon Musk: Hi everyone. So yeah, really excited about today. Incredibly proud of the SpaceX team. They've done an incredible job of creating, really, the most advanced rocket in the world and the biggest rocket in the world. I'm still trying to absorb everything that happened because it seems surreal to me. You know, I had this image of just a giant explosion on the pad, with a wheel bouncing down the road, and the Tesla logo landing somewhere with a thud. But fortunately that's not what happened. The mission seems to have gone, really, as well as one could have hoped. With the exception of the center core. That was the two side boosters, if you guys were here, you saw them land. T

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CRS-14 Pre-Launch Presser

2018-04-01

Participants:

  • Stephanie Schierholz, NASA Communications Office
  • Joel Montalbano, ISS Program Deputy Manager
  • Jessica Jensen, SpaceX Director of Dragon Mission Management
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CRS-14 Post-Launch Presser

2018-04-02

Moderator:

  • Joshua Finch, NASA Communications Office

Participants:

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TESS Pre-Launch Presser

2018-04-15

Moderator:

  • Joshua Finch, NASA Communications Office

Participants:

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Bridenstine on Gateway

2018-08-07

Bridenstine: So the Gateway represents... When we think about the architecture, we know what reusable rockets have done for the United States of America and for our access to space. And those reusable rockets are available because we have done things like Commercial Crew, Commercial Re-Supply, the the EELV program for the Air Force. These capabilities have really enabled, or these, I should say, business models have enabled innovation: where you've got providers competing on innovation and on cost. So because of these capabilities, we have more access to space than ever before and reusability of rockets is a big piece of that. Well, we want the entire architecture between the Earth and the moon to be reusable. So we want reusable launch. We want reusable tugs between Earth orbit and lunar orbit. And we want the Gateway to be in that Near-Rectilinear Halo Orbit where it requires very little propulsion to maintain that orbit. We want to be there for a very long period o

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