A private company SpaceX, yet only recently has successfully conducted the first launch of its Falcon 1 rocket, which lay in the near future to deliver relatively small cargo to low Earth orbit, is already preparing to launch and more powerful Falcon 9 rocket. As the official representatives of SpaceX, complete assembly of the entire design process, and now the missile length 54, 9 meters assemble awaiting the preparation of launching pad. In addition to the Falcon 9 rocket, thanks to its much more powerful than the Falcon 1, the power plant is capable of displaying a massive cargo at a higher orbit. But the most interesting thing is that with the help of the launcher SpaceX expects to carry out manned flights - in this case to deliver people to the Earth`s orbit capsule will be used Dragon. Such opportunities missiles, as well as extremely low cost of delivery of cargo to the space forced NASA to draw attention to the Falcon 9 - the National Aerospace Agency expects to deliver astronauts and equipment on the International Space Station is using the said missiles. The goal is that by 2010 there will be a first test Dragon on the possibility of docking with the ISS, and if all goes well, NASA will pay about $ 1, 6 billion over the coming twelve flights Falcon 9.