Emre Kelly, TCPalm

Emre Kelly


Cape Canaveral, FL, United States

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Past articles by Emre:

Live: Watch Relativity Space launch the first 3D-printed Terran rocket from Florida

Follow live as Relativity Space targets Saturday, March 11, for the first launch of its 3D-printed Terran 1 rocket from Cape Canaveral in Florida. → Read More

Relativity Space set for first launch of its 3D printed Terran 1 rocket

If successful, Terran 1 will be the largest 3D printed object ever in Earth orbit. → Read More

Hardware forces NASA and SpaceX to scrub launch of Crew-6 from Florida

SpaceX could try again Tuesday morning, but the weather downrange is questionable → Read More

Twenty years later, loss of space shuttle Columbia still teaches us lessons

On February 1, 2003, NASA lost space shuttle Columbia and its crew of seven astronauts. Remembering them and lessons learned remain critical today. → Read More

Updates: SpaceX launches Space Force GPS satellite from Cape Canaveral

Liftoff of Falcon 9 at 7:24 a.m. EST! The rocket boosted the Space Force's latest GPS satellite, then landed on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean. → Read More

Live: Watch SpaceX launch more Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral

Space is important to us and that’s why we're working to bring you top coverage of the industry and Florida launches. Journalism like this takes time and resources. Please support it with a subscription here. Follow live as SpaceX targets 4:40 a.m. EST Wednesday, Dec. 28, for the launch of a Falcon 9 rocket with 54 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. Teams… → Read More

Weather should be excellent for mid-week SpaceX Falcon 9 launches and landings hours apart

Spectators can expect window-rattling sonic booms this week with back-to-back SpaceX Falcon 9 launches and landings set for Tuesday and Wednesday. → Read More

NASA: Artemis rocket's 'eye-watering' power damaged mobile launcher at KSC

A mobile tower used for NASA's Artemis mission to the moon sustained noteworthy damages during launch as it deflected millions of pounds of thrust. → Read More

Space Force: Weather iffy for SpaceX weekend launch from Florida

Cloudy conditions are expected to develop over Florida just as SpaceX prepares a Falcon 9 rocket for liftoff from Cape Canaveral this weekend. → Read More

SpaceX employees say they were fired in retaliation for criticizing Elon Musk

SpaceX employees who were part of a letter taking Elon Musk to task over his behavior filed a federal complaint, saying they were fired in retaliation. → Read More

With sights set on the moon, NASA launches historic Artemis I mission from Florida

A towering rocket emblazoned with NASA logos blasted off from Florida early Wednesday, finally kicking off a month-long Artemis I mission to the moon. → Read More

NASA is 'go' to start fueling Artemis I rocket ahead of huge launch tonight

NASA teams have been given the "go" to proceed with fueling ahead of tonight's Artemis I launch, a mission to the moon decades in the making. → Read More

NASA pushing forward with Artemis I launch after clearing hurricane-related damages

NASA is pushing forward with the Artemis I mission launch to the moon despite earlier concerns about hurricane damages sustained by the SLS rocket. → Read More

NASA pushing toward Artemis I launch to the moon, but working some issues

NASA managers continue to push forward with the Artemis I mission to the moon, but two issues – one caused by Hurricane Nicole – need to be resolved. → Read More

After Hurricane Ian, ULA and SpaceX hope to clear launch backlog next week

Space Coast launch providers hope to clear a backlog of missions with three back-to-back flights next week, a cadence necessary after Hurricane Ian. → Read More

Artemis I rocket rolled back to VAB as NASA, Space Force prep for Hurricane Ian

NASA teams in Florida, racing against the clock to avoid impacts from Hurricane Ian, completed rollback of the agency's massive Artemis I moon rocket. → Read More

NASA finds damage on leaky Artemis I hydrogen seal, targeting this week for fueling test

NASA teams found a potential culprit that scrubbed the Artemis I moon mission's last attempt, setting the stage for a fueling test this week. → Read More

Hydrogen is NASA's fuel of choice for Artemis I, but it's also hard to manage

As NASA pushes toward a third attempt at launching Artemis I, the use of liquid hydrogen has become the center of attention due to its finicky nature. → Read More

NASA retargets late September for Artemis I launch as teams work hardware issues

Managers overseeing NASA's Artemis I mission to the moon have requested new dates for the next attempt at launching from Kennedy Space Center. → Read More

NASA will try to fix Artemis I rocket at pad, but still might roll back to VAB

NASA teams in Florida will try to fix the Space Launch System moon rocket at the pad without rolling it back to the Vehicle Assembly Building. → Read More