SpaceX is asking for permission to launch more than 4,000 satellites for communications and global broadband services.
Tesla cars will get faster, thanks to another software update that will be available next month.
NASA is still using a technology based on ancient metallic processes similar to how a 6,000-year old relic was made.
The biggest supermoon in the last 70 years was spotted last Nov. 14, but some say a strange light was accompanying the Earth's satellite that UFO hunters believe to be a UFO sighting.
In a very unfortunate accident, a man fell, died and was completely dissolved in a boiling thermal hot spring inside the Yellowstone National Park.
Due to Russia's decision to send only one instead of two cosmonauts in its supposed two-Russian crew transport cycle, there will be a smaller crew number aboard the ISS in 2017.
Google is apparently 'teaching' artificial intelligence to become better at translating foreign languages. This includes the diction and intonation as it the bot is a native speaker of the specific language in question.
Is the red planet turning blue? Experts were stunned with blue dunes found on Mars. But aside from the mesmerizing colors, the cloud-hued dunes may also provide a peek into the planet's past.
On the first episode of National Geographic's Mars, they featured how man should master lifting off from Earth by using rocket technologies currently being perfected by SpaceX and other space flight companies.
NASA is developing the most powerful rocket ever made, the Space Launch System (SLS) but in order to make it work, a reliable and sturdy engine shall be tested first.
NASA is waiting to welcome President-Elect Donald Trump's transition team at the agency's headquarters to discuss the turnover and the future of NASA's space exploration programs.
Business analysts say Elon Musk and his empire might suffer under the Trump administration, but Musk is confident that it won't make much of a difference.
Tesla electric cars found a competition as Jaguar unveils an electronic vehicle prototype in Los Angeles. Experts say the new Jaguar I-PACE will be Tesla's headache.
The Russian rocket that will transport three astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) is up and ready the Baikonur Cosmodrome launch pad in Kazakhstan.