Historic: SpaceX Launches Used Rocket And Used Spacecraft In Same ISS MissionFor the first time, SpaceX simultaneously launched both a rocket and spacecraft that had served in previous flights.
Tesla Roadster To Be Launched Into Mars' Orbit On New SpaceX Rocket, Elon Musk SaysIn January, Musk says, he wants to launch the new Falcon Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, with the aim of putting its payload -- a Tesla Roadster with David Bowie on the stereo -- into orbit around Mars.
Budweiser Sets Sights On Being First Beer On MarsThe brewing giant is planning to launch a supply of barley, a core ingredient in beer, to the International Space Station (ISS) on December 4.
LA Parades, Celebrations To Mark Veterans Day SaturdayMore than 100 veterans groups will participate in the 14th annual San Fernando Valley Veterans Day Parade.
SpaceX Rocket Engine Explodes During Test In TexasNo one was hurt. SpaceX said the Merlin engine that exploded is new and has not been flown yet.
Elon Musk Releases First Photo Of Underground LA TunnelMusk hopes to have the tunnel stretch along the 405 Freeway to LAX within a year.
Elon Musk Unveils Ambitious New Details For Mars ColonizationThe SpaceX founder and CEO unveiled some of the details of his grand plan to make life possible on the Red Planet in a presentation in Australia Friday.
SpaceX Launches Air Force's Super-Secret MinishuttleSpaceX launched the Air Force's super-secret space shuttle on Thursday, a technology tester capable of spending years in orbit.
SpaceX Successfully Launches Taiwanese Satellite From VandenbergIt was the 12th SpaceX orbital launch this year.
SpaceX Successfully Delivers Supply Shipment To ISSThe cargo contained mostly research items, including 20 mice for an eye and brain study.
Elon Musk Provides Sneak Peek Of Elevator For Underground Tunnel ProjectHe showed video of a Tesla being lowered into the ground outside SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne.
SpaceX's First-Ever Reused Dragon Capsule Successfully Returns To Earth From MissionThe Dragon was in space for 28 days docked at the International Space Station delivering supplies.