Amazon and Netflix each brought home awards from the Golden Globes, because they're creating diverse, compelling content filled with powerful performances. We take a minute to dissect why diversity reigned king last night at the Golden Globes, and why that's great for everyone who loves good TV.
On today's show, we explain why SpaceX's failure to land a rocket on a floating platform is still a good thing, discuss the diversity wins at last night's Golden Globes (and why it's great for streaming studios like Amazon and Netflix) and check out a little robot creating big art at the beach.
The private space-exploration company successfully sends a cargo capsule off to the International Space Station, but its "reusable" rocket crashes into its floating landing pad in the Atlantic Ocean.
The mission may be like "trying to balance a rubber broomstick on your hand in the middle of a wind storm," but SpaceX could make rocket history. If it can get this rocket off the ground.
SpaceX wants to make space exploration cheaper by reusing its rockets. See how it plans to do it, set to a thumpin' soundtrack.
The search giant says its interest in SpaceX is rooted in satellite imaging, as well as other "space-based technologies."
Instead of landing softly on the bobbing ocean platform meant to receive it, SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket tipped, crashed and burst into flames. It's all on display via Twitter and Vine.
The founder of the private space transport company gives a short timeline for the possibility of firing up a self-sustaining city on the Red Planet.
In the return of human space flight for the US, NASA awards both private aerospace companies a combined total of $6.8 billion.
After a malfunction during a test flight, a Falcon 9 Reusable rocket built by Musk's firm explodes over McGregor, Texas.