Hyperloop Technology Market Top Players Shaping Industry AECOM, Hyperloop Transportation …

Hyperloop Technology Market Top Keyplayers: AECOM, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, Virgin Hyperloop One, Transpod Inc., …

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History Year: 2012-2017 || Base Year: 2017: || Estimated Year: 2018 || Forecast Year: 2018 – 2026

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Hyperloop Technology Market Top Keyplayers: AECOM, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, Virgin Hyperloop One, Transpod Inc., Dgwhyperloop, Dinclix Ground Works, Trans Pod Inc., Space Exploration Technologies Corp, Tesla, Inc., MIT Hyperloop, Badgerloop, Delft Hyperloop, BITS Hyperloop, and WARR Hyperloop.

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SpaceX Catches Falling Reusable Nose Cone Fairing With Giant Net (Video)

SpaceX first successfully captured a reusable fairing in June. The company currently only has one net-wielding boat capable of catching the rockets, …

Following a slight delay, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket had a successful launch on Tuesday evening from Florida, shown in a video by SpaceX founder Elon Musk on Twitter.

Although the first stage was unable to be recovered due to mission requirements, Elon Musk said at least one fairing was captured by a recovery ship.

Since the historic launch of the SES-10 communications satellite 24 months ago, SpaceX has been attempting to make reusing rocket nose cone fairings a standard practice.

Just under two and a half years ago, SpaceX first reused a part of its Falcon 9 rocket.

The company has since launched previously flown Falcon 9 first stages over 24 times.

Rocket fairing falls from space & is caught by Ms Tree boat pic.twitter.com/nJv0Ry1iKk

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 7, 2019

​The video of the launch shows a boat with a large net attached to it floating on a dimly lit ocean surface.

The fairing drops gracefully down to earth and lands comfortably in the net.

Following the breaking away of the fairing once it reaches space, thrusters and a guidance system guide the pieces back to Earth.

Parachutes are then deployed to slow the descent.

The boat carrying a gigantic net, known as Ms Tree, breaks the fairing’s fall.

The idea behind the catching process is that it is more cost beneficial to reuse nose cones rather than simply let them fall away.

Russian space officials have since shifted from previously dismissing the financial benefits of a reusable rocket case to developing their own unique design bureau specifically for building reusable launch vehicles.

European scientists also rejected reusable rockets but are now building their own Falcon 9-like rocket.

The next Japanese rocket, following its new H3 booster, is likely to be reusable and China is scrambling to develop its own model similar to SpaceX.

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Elon Musk’s mom Maye preps first book

Maye Musk — the mother of controversial Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk — has written her first book. An insider tells Page Six that Musk’s tome …

Maye Musk — the mother of controversial Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk — has written her first book.

An insider tells Page Six that Musk’s tome “A Woman Makes a Plan,” will focus on her life as a single mom before her son’s businesses made her family wildly rich.

“It wasn’t always the Musk life you see now. [The book] talks about raising kids alone, and the financial struggles they went through,” said an insider. “It’s also going to be about her dating life, marriage and the fashion industry. She was blocked by agents and couldn’t get work for years. Now, she’s a global success in what she calls the ‘prime of her life.’”

Musk also discusses struggling through poverty and dealing with weight issues as a plus-size model. The book goes on sale Dec. 31.

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Watch SpaceX catch its rocket fairing in a massive net

Tweeting early on Sunday night, SpaceX boss Elon Musk posted a video of SpaceX’s net-equipped ship M. Tree perfectly positioning itself below the …

After a number of delays due to hardware issues as well as bad weather, SpaceX finally managed to send the AMOS-17 communications satellite into Earth orbit last night. The mission went well, with the SpaceX Falcon 9 completing its third mission, but due to the nature of this particular launch, it wasn’t possible for the company to recover its rocket stage a third time.

However, that didn’t stop SpaceX from recovering another valuable piece of its high-tech hardware. The nosecone fairing is something that the company has been trying to catch and reuse for some time, and it finally snagged one for the first time back in late June. Now, SpaceX has done it again, and we have video of the catch to prove it.

Tweeting early on Sunday night, SpaceX boss Elon Musk posted a video of SpaceX’s net-equipped ship M. Tree perfectly positioning itself below the slowly-descending nosecone, allowing it to gently fall into its huge net:

Rocket fairing falls from space & is caught by Ms Tree boat pic.twitter.com/nJv0Ry1iKk

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 7, 2019

SpaceX has spent many months trying to perfect the art of catching its rocket fairings, and it’s had no shortage of problems along the way. The awkward shape of the nosecone halves makes it hard to predict their path, and many failures shaped the design of the chute system that the fairings are now equipped with.

SpaceX’s reusable rocket technology has proven itself already, with the company sending many of the first stages of its Falcon 9s into space multiple times. Doing so can dramatically shorten the turnaround time between launches while also allowing the company to offer its services at a lower cost.

Catching and reusing its nosecones isn’t as big of a deal, but it can still help the company’s business model and potentially lower costs even further, but only if SpaceX can make a habit of catching them without issue.

Image Source: Terry Renna/AP/REX/Shutterstock

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Rocket Lab working on a reusable booster

Unlike SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, which reignites its engines to land steadily back on Earth, Rocket Lab’s Electron will deploy a series of parachutes to …

Small-satellite launch firm Rocket Lab plans to recover the core booster of its Electron rocket using a helicopter, a bold cost-saving concept that, if successful, would make it the second company after Elon Musk’s SpaceX to reuse an orbital-class rocket booster.

“Electron is going reusable,” Rocket Lab chief executive Peter Beck said during a presentation in Utah, showing an animation of the rocket sending a payload into a shallow orbit before speeding back through Earth’s atmosphere.

The Auckland-based company is one of a growing cadre of launch companies looking to slash the cost of sending shoebox-sized satellites to low Earth orbit, building smaller rockets and reinventing traditional production lines to meet a growing payload demand.

Electron, which has flown seven missions so far, can send up to 225 kg into space for roughly $7 million. Medium-class launchers such as Los Angeles-based Relativity Space can send up to 1,000 kg into space for $10 million while Texas-based firm Firefly can do it for $15 million.

Unlike SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, which reignites its engines to land steadily back on Earth, Rocket Lab’s Electron will deploy a series of parachutes to slow its fall through the Earth’s atmosphere.

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