Florida Space Week Features Rocket Launches and a Dragon Landing Written 7 March 2023


E Test Complex (foreground) at the Stennis Space Center, where Relativity conducts Aeon 1 test firings. | Credit: NASA Stennis Space Center/NASA; Wikipedia; Public Domain

The Orlando Sentinel reports that the Space Coast “could see a lot of action this week with the first-ever launch of the 3D-printed rocket from Relativity Space, a couple of SpaceX Falcon 9 launches, and the return of four crew members from the International Space Station.” The first launch will be Relativity’s Terran 1 rocket on Wednesday, followed by Crew Dragon Endurance’s return and the possible splashdown of the Crew-5 mission from the ISS on Thursday.
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