A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Kennedy Space Center on Sunday, ultimately sacrificing itself to a test.
Musk said he would send 1,000 Starships full of people into Earth orbit, then rocket them all to Mars during an opportune 30-day window.
One of the last major steps before SpaceX flies its Crew Dragon craft with real NASA astronauts onboard is an "in-flight abort test." Scheduled to take place during a four-hour window on Saturday, Sunday or Monday morning, it will test the vehicle's ability to safely get back to Earth if
Elon Musk appears to be pretty focused on Starship right now, sharing photos of the work being done on the orbital Starship prototype designed 'SN1,' which is currently under construction at SpaceX's Boca Chica, Texas facility. The CEO answered a volley of questions over Twitter on Thursday
Since the death of my daughter in the Ethiopian Airlines crash, I've learned more about aviation than I ever dreamed, and how Boeing let safety slip.