Amateur astronauts, private space stations, flying factories, out-of-this-world movie sets — this is the future the space agency is striving to shape as it eases out of low-Earth orbit and aims for the moon and Mars.
NASA is moving forward with its plan to make a second attempt at a historic launch of the crewed SpaceX Demo-2 mission on Saturday afternoon, despite some iffy weather.
Two NASA astronauts are on their way to space as part of a history-making ride into orbit aboard a rocket ship designed and built by Elon Musk’s SpaceX company.
SpaceX delivered two astronauts to the International Space Station for NASA on Sunday, following a historic liftoff the day before.
Elon Musk’s company came within 17 minutes Wednesday of launching a pair of NASA astronauts for the first time in nearly a decade from the U.S., before the threat of lightning forced a delay.
San Diego residents will get another chance to catch signs of a SpaceX launch Thursday morning.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX launched a rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California at 6:17 a.m. Thursday.
SpaceX revealed Monday that Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa will be its first space tourist.
SpaceX is launching a satellite to space Sunday — and it’s going to be noisy, Vandenberg Air Force Base in Santa Barbara County warns.
SpaceX launched a trio of satellites for the Canadian government from a California Air Force base Wednesday.
SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule on Friday returned home from its historic six-day test flight.
SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule, its first spacecraft designed to carry humans, took flight for the first time Saturday.
Before 36-year-old James Eberling died in November 2016, he told his parents he had one final wish: He wanted his remains to be sent into space.
SpaceX fans looking forward to Sunday evening’s rocket launch will be disappointed to learn that it has been postponed until at least Monday — but there is still hope of spotting a show in the sky above San Diego soon.
SpaceX deployed 64 satellites in one fell swoop — a record-setting mission.
You’ve heard of SpaceX landing and reusing rockets. But safely recapturing the $6 million nose cone that sits at the tip of the rocket? Yes, that could happen too.
SpaceX has done it again.
A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket, the most powerful launch vehicle in the world, roared into the sky overnight for what CEO Elon Musk called the “most difficult launch” his rocket company has ever attempted.