Andrew Parsonson

Andrew Parsonson is a space enthusiast and the founder of Rocket Rundown. He has worked as a journalist and blogger for various industries for over 5 years and has a passion for both fictional and real-life space travel. Currently, Andrew is the primary writer for Rocket Rundown as we look to expand our reach and credibility.

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SpaceX lost a test article during a failed parachute test.

SpaceX Suffer Setback After Losing Crew Dragon Parachute Test Article

SpaceX has suffered a setback in its testing of the Crew Dragon parachute system losing a “spacecraft-like” test article. The test article is used...
OneWeb launched 34 communication satellites despite financial troubles.

OneWeb Continues to Grow Constellation Despite Financial Trouble

OneWeb has added an additional 34 satellites to its constellation despite looming financial worries that could bankrupt the company. The latest batch of OneWeb...
Debris from India’s anti-satellite test remains in orbit more than a year later.

Debris from India’s ASAT Missile Test Continues to Threaten Space Station

More than a year after India performed an anti-satellite (ASAT) missile test, debris from the impact continues to threaten the safety of crews aboard...
SpaceX launch 60 Starlink satellites despite engine failure.

SpaceX Deploy Sixth Batch of Starlink Satellites Despite Engine Failure

SpaceX has added another 60 satellites to its Starlink constellation despite a rare Falcon 9 engine failure. The sixth batch of Starlink satellites was launched...
The maiden launch of China’s Long March 7A has ended in failure.

China’s Maiden Long March 7A Launch Ends in Failure

The maiden launch of China’s new Long March 7A rocket ended in failure late yesterday. The launch appeared to come to an abrupt explosive...