Elon Musk is once again predicting that the launch of his Mars rocket is just around the corner—and so is a rocket to replace the LAX–JFK red eye. Speaking at the International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia, early Friday, the SpaceX (and Tesla) CEO shared the latest on the ambitious plans of his space-travel startup. Show More Summary
Planetary Society Policy Adviser Jason Callahan summarizes his paper he presented at the 2017 International Astronautical Congress in Australia, where he examined NASA's low-cost Discovery program and how federal policies directed at higher education initially bolstered planetary science into a viable field.
Elon Musk is an interesting guy. Also, because of the success of SpaceX, when he makes promises about future technology, it is at least worth a listen. At a recent meeting of the International Astronautical Congress Musk stated that he plans on developing SpaceX’s rocket technology for commercial transportation between cities on Earth. He also made […]
Even while we fight space debris, we need to think carefully about the heritage that’s floating miles above, says archeologist Alice Gorman. This article is based on a paper presented at the 68th International Astronautical Congress this week in Adelaide, South Australia, and originally appeared at The Conversation. Read Full Story
While speaking at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Adelaide, Australia, wunderkind Elon Musk founder of SpaceX presented a number of updates and ideas, including using the Big F-ing Rocket (BFR) for international travel, which would take passengers to cities across the world in less than an hour. If you if you build a ship...
Part of SpaceX’s updated plan for its Interplanetary Transport System Elon Musk is forging ahead with his Martian plan. Earlier today, at the International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia, Musk announced updates on hisShow More Summary
Elon Musk got on stage today to talk about upcoming plans for his rocket company, SpaceX, and as always, it was an adventure. Speaking at the International Astronautical Congress in Australia, Musk detailed plans for possibly the most...Show More Summary
Elon Musk wants to build a metropolis on Mars starting in 2024. At this year's International Astronautical Congress, Musk revealed some of the most detailed plans we've seen yet to achieve this goal. It starts with building up a revenue...Show More Summary
In a not-too-distant future, rocket ships will fly people around the world in a matter of minutes, according to SpaceX CEO Elon Musk. At the International Astronautical Congress in Australia on Friday, Musk opened up about SpaceX's progress on its BFR (Big Fing Rocket) that he hopes will carry humans...
As you probably heard, Elon Musk is working on a giant rocket and he can’t wait to use it. The tech billionaire unveiled SpaceX’s new Interplanetary Transport System at the International Astronautical Congress earlier today, and it’s a monster that will undoubtedly give all of NASA’s rockets inferiority complexes. Show More Summary
SpaceX's founder, Elon Musk, presented his vision for getting people to Mars within five years at the International Astronautical Congress in the South Australia city of Adelaide on Friday. The spaceship, dubbed the BFR, would carryShow More Summary
Elon Musk has outlined a plan to begin colonizing Mars by 2022, and it involves space stations, a moonbase, and what he calls a “Big Fucking Rocket.” Speaking in Australia for the International Astronautical Congress, Musk said, “I can’t think of anything more exciting than being out there among...
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk presented an updated version of his Mars colonization plans today, during a widely anticipated talk at the 68th International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia.
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Space Exploration Technologies Corp. CEO Elon Musk presents his latest plan for how the company will create a path for colonization of Mars and the Moon at the International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia.
If we're building rockets to send us to Mars, why not use 'em on Earth? Musk asks the question at the International Astronautical Congress in Australia.
Today, at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Adelaide, Australia, SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk updated his 2016 plan to colonize Mars. The plan not only sees the establishment of a Moon base and a city on Mars within...Show More Summary
It looks as if outer space cooperation between East and West will continue after the United States and Russia agreed to work together in the next step of deep space exploration. At the 68th International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide,...Show More Summary
Elon Musk, the billionaire founder of SpaceX, is about to present an updated plan for colonizing Mars with 1 million people. The International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia, is hosting Musk's presentation on Friday. SpaceX will stream video of the event via a YouTube Live feed, which we've embedded at the end of this post. Show More Summary
Human spaceflight and robotic exploration image of the week: Australia’s Adelaide, host city of this year’s International Astronautical Congress, seen from space