The majority of SpaceX's first 60 internet-beaming satellites have now reached their final destinations in Earth's orbit. It's a largely successful step forward in the company's plans to one day deliver cheap, speedy broadband from space.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX marked a milestone today as the company's Falcon Heavy megarocket successfully lofted two dozen satellite...
The California firm launches the first spacecraft in its multi-billion-dollar broadband project.
If convicted, Smalley could face up to 10-years in prison, and a quarter of a million dollar fine.
The spacecraft are the first in a constellation that will number in the thousands.
SpaceX delivery delayed after old power-switching unit malfunctions
It was only the second flight for what is the most powerful rocket now available on Earth, improving on its spectacular test launch in 2018.
SpaceX is targeting April 7 for the first Falcon Heavy commercial launch, according to CNBC.
NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine says the agency will consider using commercial rockets for its lunar crew test flight.
Splashdown occurred at 8:45 a.m. EST about 230 miles off the Florida coast.
NASA just dropped some enticing new details about the much anticipated and much delayed test flight.
"Raptor just achieved power level needed for Starship & Super Heavy," he tweeted on Feb. 7, four days after he shared a photograph of...
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa will be the first ever private tourist to fly to the moon, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk revealed on Monday.
Elon Musk's rocket company is about to reveal the person that wants to fly on a BFR around the moon.
Vernon Unsworth, a British cave explorer who was assisting in the rescue of a Thai youth soccer team, criticized Elon Musk's mini submarines plan. Musk went on a Twitter tirade against Unsworth. Now Unsworth is preparing a lawsuit.
SpaceX's workhorse Cargo Dragon spacecraft has returned from its 16th successful mission to orbit, in this case as the fourth flight-proven Dragon capsule. CRS-15 carried several thousand pounds of cargo to the International Space Station on June 29 and transported a roughly equivalent amount of invaluable cargo and scientific experiments from orbit back to Earth - incredibly, ...