Elon Musk's Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) will give its preliminary investigations report to the federal authorities to identify the cause of the Sept. 1 explosion at Cape Canaveral Air Force Base launch pad.
SpaceX had zeroed in on the cause of the Falcon 9’s catastrophic explosion on its launch pad about two months ago and is hoping to return to flight before the year ends.
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SpaceX’s first manned mission to Mars might be named after the make-believe spaceship from the novel “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.”
Blue Origin’s Jeff Bezos showed off first images of the New Glenn rocket design during its wind tunnel tests.
Elon Musk hinted in a tweet that his powerful rocket is capable of going beyond Mars. Is his company capable of doing it?
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk hinted that the company’s Mars Colonial Transporter is not limited to just a trip to Mars.
SpaceX is hoping that the Falcon 9 could return to flight and launch in November of this year, after the Sept. 1 launch pad explosion at Cape Canaveral.
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin has revealed the design of its new heavy-lift reusable rocket, which would rival SpaceX’s Falcon 9 for commercial satellite launches.
SpaceX was shaken by an unfortunate event on Sept. 1 when a Falcon 9 rocket, scheduled to bring Facebook's Internet satellite to space, exploded while being fueled. It is definitely a big loss to SpaceX, Facebook and the satellite developer, but to add to that, Elon Musk's commercial space flight company might be suspended for up to one year due to the incident.
NASA said the launch of the OSIRIS-Rex mission to the asteroid Bennu would still push through, despite the recent explosion that destroyed a SpaceX Falcon 9 and Facebook’s satellite.
A SpaceX rocket will take Facebook’s first satellite to space. The satellite will provide internet service to unconnected areas in Africa, will blast off on Sept. 3.
SpaceX is about to make another milestone as the company signed a deal with another company to launch a recycled rocket at a discounted price.
An international satellite operator will be the first company that will launch cargo to space reusing the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.