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SpaceX Falcon 9 Photos

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High-resolution photos of Space Center Houston’s SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket exhibit are available for editorial use by journalists. Please credit the photo with Space Center Houston unless otherwise noted on each photo.

This particular Falcon 9 first stage booster launched in June 2017 in support of SpaceX’s eleventh commercial resupply service mission (CRS-11) and performed a successful landing back on Earth. Under NASA’s Commercial Space Program, partners including SpaceX and Boeing, are designing hardware to carry humans to space and will soon launch astronauts from U.S. soil. Courtesy of SpaceX

The commercial resupply service mission CRS-11 utilized a Falcon 9 launch vehicle, making it the first reuse of C106, a CRS Dragon cargo vessel that was previously flown on the CRS-4 mission. Courtesy of SpaceX

The commercial resupply mission, CRS-11, was the eleventh of twelve missions awarded to SpaceX under the commercial resupply services contract to resupply the International Space Station. Courtesy of SpaceX

Aboard the SpaceX CRS-13 commercial resupply service mission to the International Space Station, the Falcon 9 carried a host of supplies and integral equipment including 711 kg (1,567 lb) science investigations, 490 kg (1,080 lb) crew supplies, plus spacewalk and computer equipment. Courtesy of SpaceX

The commercial resupply service mission, CRS-11, launched aboard a Falcon 9 rocket on June 3, 2017 from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex. The spacecraft rendezvoused with the International Space Station on June 5, 2017 and conducted a series of orbit adjustment burns to match speed, altitude, and orientation with the ISS. Courtesy of SpaceX
SpaceX CRS-13, a commercial resupply service mission to the International Space Station, launched on Dec. 15, 2017. The mission was contracted by NASA and was flown by SpaceX. It was the second mission to successfully reuse a Dragon capsule, previously flown on CRS-6. The first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket was the previously flown, “flight-proven” core from CRS-11. The first stage returned to land at Cape Canaveral’s Landing Zone 1 after separation of the first and second stage. Courtesy of SpaceX

A flown SpaceX Falcon 9 first stage booster is the newest addition to the nonprofit’s growing collection of flown space vehicles and historic rockets. Courtesy of Space Center Houston

Space Center Houston invites people from around the world to experience a flown SpaceX Falcon 9 booster, its newest exhibit on permanent display. Courtesy of Space Center Houston

Guest can walk underneath a flown SpaceX Falcon 9 first stage booster at Space Center Houston. This Falcon 9 first stage booster has a 156.5 feet (47.7 m) long frame with a stage diameter of 12 feet (3.7 m) and houses nine first-stage engines. Courtesy of Space Center Houston

Shown here are scorch marks from this flown SpaceX Falcon 9 booster’s journey to space and its return. The booster offers an intimate look at a reusable rocket used to further space exploration and America’s commercial space industry. Courtesy of Space Center Houston

Falcon 9’s first stage is equipped with hypersonic grid fins that manipulate the direction of the stage’s lift during reentry. The fins are placed in an X-wing configuration and are stowed on ascent and deployed during reentry. Courtesy of Space Center Houston

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