SpaceX has announced it will fly as many as four paying customers to the ISS by 2022.
SpaceX announces partnership to send 4 tourists into deep orbit
SpaceX re-useable rocket misses landing ship
Elon Musk's net worth skyrocketed recently, but it has not been smooth sailing for the Tesla CEO's personal wealth in recent years.
A new video shows an alleged fleet of UFOs flying over a community in Pennsylvania. As seen in the clip, the strange objects were moving slowly in the same direction.
A team of astronomers released a new study explaining how satellite constellation projects such as SpaceX’s Starlink are harming ground-based astronomy. This is the latest move by astronomers to criticize the effects of thousands of satellites in low-Earth orbit.
A cybersecurity expert warned how vulnerable orbiting satellites are to getting hacked. Once this happens, these robotic spacecraft could be used to carry out attacks on Earth and space-based facilities such as the International space station.
The crewed spaceflight will be a milestone for the spaceflight company.
NASA has awarded a new $80-million contract to SpaceX earlier this month. It focuses on a new mission that aims to study the ecosystems of Earth’s oceans.
“Right now, we are a private company, but Starlink is the right kind of business that we can go ahead and take public,” says SpaceX COO.
The company is using an Uber-like rideshare model for rocket launches.
SpaceX’s ambitious Starlink satellite constellation project is in danger of getting shut down after a group of astronomers threatened to file legal action against the Elon Musk’s company. According to members of the group, they would like to stop the full launch of the project due to its effects on the night sky.
An animation by Analytical Graphics, Inc.'s Dan Oltrogge illustrates what the Earth's orbit would look like if all 57,000 planned satellites for the decade would really be launched by 2029. The result is a cluttered Earth orbit littered with satellites.
Elon Musk drops surprise techno track
SpaceX recently blew up the tank of Starship, which is the company’s spacecraft designed to provide commercial crewed flights to Mars.
For the first time in history, an international satellite that will study the Earth was named after an American scientist. It is also only the second mission ever named after a living person.