Space Race: Virgin Galactic, SpaceX, Blue Origin back at it
Virgin Galactic's launch Thursday went off without a hitch, the latest move by one of three major billionaire-backed players in the space race. SpaceX and Blue Origin also had developments recently.
Saudi Arabia's first astronauts in decades rocket towards ISS on private charter flight
The Axiom Mission 2 space crew launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on a private charter flight Sunday, marking the first time Saudi Arabians went to space in decades.
Elon Musk biography by Walter Isaacson set for publication this fall
Fox Business confirms that prolific biographer, Walter Isaacson, who authored the famous biography of Steve Jobs, is putting finishing touches on a book about Elon Musk for a fall release.
Elon Musk slams working from home as 'morally wrong,' says 'laptop class' living in 'la-la land'
Billionaire Elon Musk said in an interview Tuesday that he believes working from home is "morally wrong" while others are still required to show up to work in person.
SpaceX launches 56 new Starlink satellites, lands rocket at sea
SpaceX launched a batch of 56 Starlink satellites into orbit early Sunday from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida and successfully landed a rocket in the sea.
When could the SpaceX Starship launch again?
While SpaceX Starships remain grounded by the FAA, CEO Elon Musk predicted when they could lift off next – assuming a new lawsuit doesn't cause delays.
Environmental groups sue FAA over SpaceX Starship rocket launch
Environmental and wildlife groups sued the Federal Aviation Administration over SpaceX rocket operations in Texas. The company's Starship exploded minutes after launch on April 20.
SpaceX Starship launch: See the destruction rocket caused on historic flight
The April 20 launch of the SpaceX Starship rocket in Texas started a fire on state park land and sent debris flying. Residents in a nearby town reported dust falling after the launch.
Moment lightning strikes SpaceX launch pad caught on camera
Video shows a lightning bolt striking SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket on the Kennedy Space Center's LC-39A launch pad in Merritt Island, Florida on Thursday.
SpaceX reveals why Starship exploded minutes into launch
SpaceX has revealed the cause of the resulting explosion following the Thursday morning southern Texas test flight of the nearly 400-foot-tall Starship rocket.
Elon Musk watches multimillion-dollar SpaceX Starship explode, says team 'learned a lot'
Elon Musk congratulated the SpaceX team on Thursday after the company's Starship successfully launched before exploding in its first test flight.
SpaceX successfully launches giant Starship rocket, explodes minutes later
The first test flight of the SpaceX Starship, the largest and most powerful rocket, blasted off from the coast of Texas on Thursday morning. It experienced an unscheduled disassembly.
FAA says it's looking for ways to optimize launches, reentries as more rockets soar to space
The Federal Aviation Administration announced several factors it will consider when determining whether to approve a commercial space operations as frequency of launches increases.
SpaceX scrubs massive Starship test flight launch in Texas after pressurization issue
SpaceX scrubbed the first test flight for its Starship spacecraft from its Starbase in Texas on Monday morning after identifying a pressurization issue, the company said.
SpaceX goes through final checks for Monday morning launch of Starship for 90-minute test flight
SpaceX founder Elon Musk tweeted about the Starship launch attempt taking place Monday, shortly after the private space company announce it was going through final checks.
SpaceX cleared by FAA to test launch massive 394-foot Starship
The Federal Aviation Administration cleared the way for the first test flight of the SpaceX Starship. The Elon Musk-owned space company's launch could come next week.
NASA's SpaceX Crew-5 splashes down on Earth after 5-month mission aboard ISS
Two NASA astronauts, a Russian cosmonaut and a Japanese astronaut returned to Earth late Saturday after completing a 157-day mission aboard the International Space Station.
NASA SpaceX Crew-6 launch scrubbed after last-minute tech issue
NASA, SpaceX's launch of four astronauts to the International Space Station was scrubbed from Kennedy Space Center in Florida early Monday morning due to a technical issue.
Elon Musk defends limitations on Ukraine's military use of Starlink satellites
Elon Musk defended SpaceX's decision to limit Ukraine's military use of Starlink after former astronaut Scott Kelly pleaded for the company's founder to open it up.
SpaceX test fires Super Heavy booster in Texas, next step on the journey to Mars
SpaceX test fired the Super Heavy Booster 7, featuring 33 Raptor engines that ignited for nearly 10 seconds in Texas, though only 31 engines were successful.