The all-in-one source for SpaceX-related news, launch calendar, live stream, and more on Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy, BFR, and Mars. Couldn’t take pictures and have to be careful not to reveal any proprietary info but I can definitely report that there’s an amazing amount of very interesting work going on there.

SpaceX has indicated that they see a niche for each of the four orbital facilities and that they have sufficient launch business to fill each pad. On a short notice arrangement, I was able to fly to Texas and take a tour today of the SpaceX test facility at McGregor along with NewSpace Global CEO Richard David. SpaceX currently operates three orbital launch sites, at Cape Canaveral, Vandenberg Air Force Base, and Kennedy Space Center, and is under construction on a fourth in Brownsville, Texas. From SpaceX on YouTube via Space.com:. A tourist's trip to McGregor Yesterday, I was in Texas for other reasons, but as a fan made visiting the SpaceX testing site in McGregor a priority.

For those that haven't been its worth it, in my mind, even with the very limited public viewing access. Visit www.spacex.com for more information on SpaceX, Dragon, Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy, reusable rockets, grasshopper, Mars, upcoming rocket launch, or Elon Musk. An awesome video from SpaceX shows the best way for space nerds to send a herd of cows running: Just dangle a self-landing rocket practically over their heads.. The YouTube video shows activities at the California-based company’s rocket development facility in McGregor, Texas, which is roughly 90 miles (150 kilometers) north of Austin. SpaceX designs, manufactures and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft. The company was founded in 2002 to revolutionize space technology, with the …