A look at the first relaunch of an orbital rocket, and the pursuit of aspirations paving the way to Mars.
SpaceX succeed with historic landing of a rocket at sea (and an inflatable habitat heads to the International Space Station).
Photos from SpaceX of the Falcon 9 returned to its hanger post-mission.
“The Falcon has landed.”
What was pitched to be a historic moment for SpaceX took a disastrous turn as the Falcon 9 rocket disintegrated several moments after launch. This was the nineteenth Falcon 9 launch by the pioneering rocket company. The launch was part of SpaceX’s Commercial Resupply Services contract with NASA, and was the seventh mission to deliver supplies via…
A look into SpaceX plans to establish a constellation of 4000 satellites that will provide ultra-fast global internet coverage (and support Earth to Mars communication on the side).
Outcomes and video from today’s successful test of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft – a critical milestone in the company’s path to taking astronauts into space.
SpaceX prepare for the first critical flight test of its Crew Dragon spacecraft tomorrow morning, demonstrating validity of SuperDraco engines and launch abort system. Launch window opens at 0700 EDT (1100 GMT).
Insights, pictures and HD video from SpaceX’s second attempt to land a first stage rocket – Moving one step closer to re-usable rockets in space flight.
SpaceX successfully launch the DSCOVR satellite into deep space, but missed a second opportunity to attempt landing a first-stage rocket. Here’s everything you need to know about SpaceX’s plans for re-usable rockets, and why it matters.
A $2.6 billion NASA contract has been awarded to SpaceX to support on-going development of a crewed edition of the Dragon spacecraft that will eventually be ferrying astronauts to the International Space Station.
How two launches scheduled for later this year are setting the tone for a new era in rocket design and space travel.