The social network's mission to connect more people to the internet via drones has hit a snag, right as the broadband space race is heating up.
Two former NASA astronauts and a space entrepreneur share their views on when regular Joes will be able to leave Earth.
The CEO of the commercial space company answers a handful of questions in a Reddit "Ask Me Anything" session Sunday, focusing on the company's audacious plan to colonize Mars.
SpaceX CEO to field questions during an Ask Me Anything session on Reddit.
The president confesses he is a "science geek" at the White House Frontiers Conference in Pittsburgh.
The president says NASA is working with private space companies to build habitats for living in space and eventually sending humans to the Red Planet.
Scientists say the voyage to Mars could turn you into a basket case. And that's before arriving on a planet with dozens of ways to kill you.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere wants to send someone to Mars -- but only if he gets 1 million retweets.
SpaceX wants to see a million Earthlings living on Mars this century, but before anyone signs up we're going to tweet about it.
Commentary: SpaceX has advanced a vision of a city built on Mars as soon as the 2060s, but a galaxy of technical, ethical, legal and other questions need to be answered first.
Also: We talk about the pseudo-death of BlackBerry phones and discuss Facebook taking on Slack.
The SpaceX founder wants to build a Martian metropolis in our lifetime. Is the plan historic or just hubris? We discuss.
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