Our unsustainable way of life has brought us to a climatological tipping point here on Earth. Do we want to bring the same unsustainable practices with us as we step out into the solar system?
Elon Musk's plan to create a satellite internet megaconstellation starts now.
A landmark launch and deploy puts the first 60 satellites into orbit, beginning the master plan of delivering internet to the world.
The rocket company is taking a major step toward realizing its broadband satellite aspirations, flinging a hefty payload into orbit this evening.
The space agency's administrator says it absolutely plans to return on the back of its own launchers.
Blue Origin, SpaceX and even NASA have big plans to turn humans into a multi-planetary species. So where will we live when we move to space? The answer is straight out of '70s sci-fi.
If all goes well, the Starship prototype will blast off to a height of between 500 and 5,000 meters.
The mission to send 60 satellites into orbit was delayed last week due to high winds.
It's serious about going back to the moon.
The mission will be delayed by "about a week," according to SpaceX.
He tweets that the company is building them at different sites to see if one is better than the other.
The first big bundle of Starlink satellites is set to launch Wednesday on a Falcon 9. It could be the start of a whole new way to share Elon Musk memes.
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