Elon Musk is rebranding SpaceX's Mars-colonizing spaceflight system yet again.
Entrepreneur and business magnate, Elon Musk is the CEO and founder of the aerospace company SpaceX and co-founder of Tesla Motors. He also hopes to change the world, advancing private spaceflight with the aim of landing humans on other planets like Mars, and developing a new tube-transport system called the Hyperloop. Live Science will keep you up on Musk’s latest ideas and developments so you can keep your two feet on Earth while looking up at the stars.
The latest mystery mission of the U.S. Air Force's robotic X-37B space plane has now passed the 400-day mark.
Smoke billowed around a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Tuesday, Oct. 2, as it briefly fired its engines during a preflight test from SLC-4E at California's Vandenberg Air Force Base.
SpaceX will attempt to launch and land a rocket on the West Coast Sunday, and the USAF wants Californians to know in advance so they won't worry.
There won't be any people on the first two iSpace landers. But the company said its long term goal is human exploration of the lunar surface.
Twelve people have walked on the moon, and Elon Musk won't add any Japanese billionaires to that number anytime soon.
Yusaku Maezawa, founder of clothing company ZoZo, will be the first space tourist to travel around the moon, private spaceflight company SpaceX announced tonight (Sept. 17).
We have learned that there could be life beneath Mars’ surface and that it may be impossible to terraform its surface.
The SpaceX and Tesla founder is having a very public meltdown right now, and making some weird claims about a prefix used in some sciences.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has a vision: He wants to get humans to Mars as soon as possible. Is that humanity's best option?
NASA's next exoplanet-hunting mission is scheduled to launch today (April 16) atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, and you can watch the action live.
From anyone else, it would sound ridiculous: Elon Musk says SpaceX is going to try to land a rocket stage with … wait for it … a "giant party balloon."
SpaceX isn't responsible for the loss of the top-secret Zuma spy satellite during the craft's launch earlier this year, according to media reports.