With companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin creeping ever closer to offering everyday people — very, very rich people — a chance to visit space just for kicks, we know that space tourism will be a reality sooner or later. But you can't...Show More Summary
It's make or break time for SpaceX.
On Thursday, almost a year after SpaceX first landed one of its rocket boosters on a floating platform, the Hawthorne company plans to launch a commercial communications satellite using that same booster. The use of a recycled rocket will represent a milestone for the young private space industry,...
Elon Musk and his rocket company, SpaceX, are on the cusp of something huge. On March 30, SpaceX will try to fire off a used rocket booster — the biggest and most expensive part of its Falcon 9 launch system — and land it safely so it...Show More Summary
Thursday the private company SpaceX plans on launching a satellite using a rocket that it has launched once before. Reusing equipment could make it cheaper to do business in deep space.
SpaceX plans to fly a Falcon 9 rocket Thursday using a previously flown first stage, a historic step in the company's push to lower launch costs
The 'flight proven' Falcon 9 rocket will be carrying an SES-10 communications satellite.
Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, has reportedly launched yet another futuristic company. Neuralink Corp., his latest project, will work to merge the human brain with computers. I would like to use this post as a means of applying to become the first human subject in this experiment. Mr. Show More Summary
Landing rockets back on Earth after using them for transport to space is pretty impressive on its own, but it's not worth much if those same rockets don't go back to space. Finally, after months of testing, SpaceX plans to make one of its refurbished Falcon 9 rockets do just that.
Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk's new venture isn't rocket science—it's brain surgery. The futurist entrepreneur's new company, Neuralink Corp., plans to merge human brains with computers, insiders tell the Wall Street Journal. The computer interface would become part of the brain with the help of tiny electrodes and...
On March 30, SpaceX will try to re-launch and re-land a used Falcon 9 rocket booster for the first time. A telecommunications company called SES plans to use the rocket to launch a satellite. A spaceflight expert says the launch could...Show More Summary
Elon Musk’s SpaceX will strive to make history once again, highlighting benefits of reusable boosters with the launch of the first large, liquid-fueled rocket powered by engines previously fired in space.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket booster recovered by a drone ship last year will be reflown later this week, marking what could be a new milestone in the quest for affordable spaceflight.
SpaceX fired a previously flown Falcon 9 first-stage booster Monday to clear the way for launch Thursday
Elon Musk wants to link human brains with computers. The CEO of SpaceX and Tesla Motors is exploring just such a connection through another company he has launched, called Neuralink.
RECYCLING: SpaceX Aims for Historic Rocket Launch With Reused Booster. Relying on the Falcon 9’s repurposed lower stage—including nine refurbished main engines intended to propel a European commercial satellite into Earth’s orbit—the...Show More Summary
Since its inception, SpaceX has been working toward developing reusable rockets. From a fiscal standpoint, the move makes a tremendous amount of sense: Not having to pay tens of million dollars to build a new first stage booster every time you launch is cost-effective, and would make launches a hell of a lot easier as… Read more...
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has announced a new venture called Neuralink, a startup which aims to develop neural interface technologies that connect our brains to computers. Musk says it’s the best way to prevent an AI apocalypse, but it’s on this point that he’s gravely mistaken. Read more...
Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX, Tesla, and a man who wants to nuke Mars, has founded a new company. According to WSJ sources, Neuralink is a new venture that aims to pursue "neural lace" technology to help brains interface with computers. Musk...Show More Summary