Elon Musk Tweets SpaceX Crash Landing Video
SpaceX founder Elon Musk tweeted a video Thursday of the company's rocket crashing a day earlier as it attempted to land on an ocean barge in the Atlantic Ocean.
Capsule Full of Space Station Junk Makes Fiery Re-Entry
Talk about far-flung incineration _ a capsule filled with space station trash has burned up while re-entering Earth's atmosphere
Elon Musk Tweets Video of SpaceX Rocket's Crash Landing
SpaceX founder Elon Musk tweeted a video Thursday of the company's rocket crashing a day earlier as it attempted to land on an ocean barge in the Atlantic Ocean . Looks like early liquid oxygen depletion caused engine shutdown just above the deck pic.twitter.com/Sa6uCkpknY — Elon Musk (@elonmusk)
SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Crashes Into Offshore Drone Ship
A pair of communication satellites were successfully launched on Wednesday.
Elon Musk Wants to Send Humans to Mars by 2025
Elon Musk's dream of sending humans to Mars could come true in the next decade.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk Wants to Send Humans to Mars by 2025, Years Ahead of NASA
Elon Musk 's dream of sending humans to Mars could come true in the next decade. Speaking at Vox Media's Code Conference , the SpaceX CEO said he believes it's possible to send the first humans to the Red Planet by 2025. "If things go according to plan, we should be able to launch people probably
NASA's Expandable Fabric Space Habitat BEAM Hits a Snag
NASA 's plan to inflate an expandable habitat for the first time in space hit a snag today when the room -- known as BEAM -- failed to completely inflate. Today's test at the International Space Station has been postponed after NASA spent several hours attempting to pump air into BEAM, which is
SpaceX Trio of Historic Rockets Cozy Up for a Group Pic
They're three of a kind in a very exclusive club. The trio of Falcon 9 rockets that SpaceX has successfully landed back on Earth cozied up for a photo opp inside a hangar at Kennedy Space Center in Florida -- but only one of these historic rockets will likely fly again. SpaceX nailed its first