First Up for Wednesday is a report that SpaceX is planning its first re-flight of the Falcon 9 rocket for September or October.
Ash Carter, the U.S. Secretary of Defense, and Elon Musk, SpaceX’s founder and chief executive, will discuss innovation Wednesday in a private meeting, the Pentagon’s top spokesman said June 6.
SpaceX’s silence on the schedule delays of its Falcon 9 Upgrade rocket is causing ripples of concern among commercial customers, which like NASA are counting on a high launch cadence in 2016 to meet these companies’ schedule milestones.
The SpaceX Falcon 9 first stage that made a historic landing in Florida after a launch last month survived the flight with no damage, clearing the way for ground tests, the company’s chief executive said.
SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell’s tour of Washington the week of March 16 – a luncheon speech, participation in the Satellite 2015 conference and testimony to a U.S. congressional panel – found her occasionally doing the work of the circus shovel brigade.
If you haven't seen this 1999 video profile of a very young Elon Musk discussing his Zip2 wealth while taking delivery of his $1 million McLaren F-1 sports car, you really should stop what you're doing and watch it.
WASHINGTON – Elon Musk, a 31-year old Internet entrepreneur who amassed a sizable fortune during the dot.com boom, has set his sights on building a rocket.
The rocket Musk is building is a two-stage, kerosene-fueled expendable specifical…