The purchase of land by SpaceX in the Brownsville, Texas area reveals the name the company is considering giving is spaceport there.


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The purchase of land by SpaceX in the Brownsville, Texas area might have revealed the name the company is considering giving to its spaceport there.

It appears they have combined the various plots of land that they have purchased and named that development “Mars Crossing.”

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  • Cotour

    Here’s another good one for you NASA nerds, what am I looking at and who’s technology is it?

    http://youtu.be/6AW7sPWuApI

  • wade

    Indeed. That appears to be “money spent”in appearance. And to add, the aimed goal of SpaceX is to propel a manned craft to Mars with a possible landing on a Martian moon and/or the planets surface itself. The Falcon Heavy Lift is more than capable of such a feat, if not without multiple launches. The achievements of SpaceX are accelerating and once the booster and followed by the Dragon capsule are Man Rated, then it IS look out World and Here we come.

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