“We expect it to explode,” Musk has said. “It’s weird if it doesn’t explode, frankly.”
Two companies took big steps toward selling modestly priced rides to space last week.
Watch this space.
In the midst of a pandemic, we still sent astronauts back into space, broke off pieces of two asteroids, stared...
Elon Musk’s one rocket to rule them all put on a dramatic show yesterday.
The Crew-1 launch opens a new chapter in human spaceflight.
Because rockets are much, much faster than planes.
The first crewed launch from American soil since 2011 went smoothly after the initial scrub.
As NASA and SpaceX prep for a historic launch, two actual rocket scientists reflect on rough Shuttle-era rides into orbit.
Astronomers will need additional software, new cameras, and a lot more money to cope with Starlink.
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