Watch the First Private Moon Lander Ride to Orbit on a SpaceX Rocket
The Beresheet lander will attempt the first private Moon landing on April 11.
Falcon 9 Backlog Delays Canada’s $1B Surveillance Project
The constellation of three satellites will surveil 90 percent of the Earth from orbit, but SpaceX's backlog has delayed the launch.
Why Do Some Rocket Launches Look Like UFOs?
What is the “twilight phenomenon” and why does it produce spectacular light displays during SpaceX rocket launches?
Meet the Amateur Rocketeer Building Self-Landing Replicas of SpaceX Rockets
Joe Barnard has spent the last three years pioneering DIY landing technologies for amateur rockets and now the aerospace industry is paying attention.
What you need to know about TESS, NASA’s new planet-spotting satellite
NASA will launch launch a satellite into space on Monday that'll be better than any other at finding Earth-like planets.
SpaceX Almost Caught Part of a Rocket Using a Boat and a Giant Net
It "missed by a few hundred meters."
Elon Musk Is Still Insisting Mars Will Be Settled in 2024 and Then Terraformed
The basis of Musk’s project rests upon ethical problems that haven’t been figured out yet.
An Artist Is Launching a 100-Foot Satellite That Will Be Visible to the Naked Eye
"Space art" will become a whole new level of public art.
We Are Living in the Age of the Reusable Rocket
SpaceX has successfully reflown (and landed) one of its used Falcon 9 rockets.
SpaceX's Latest Rocket Landing Video Is Stunning
The drone's-eye view of the latest Falcon 9 rocket booster coming back from space is awe-inspiring.
SpaceX Is Finally on Its Way Back to the ISS After Historic Launch
Sunday’s CRS-10 resupply mission to the International Space Station was the first time the Apollo-era launch pad had been used since 2011.
SpaceX Revealed the Cause of Its Rocket Explosion, And When It’s Launching Again
Buckles in Falcon 9 helium tank likely cause of September catastrophe.