The experimental shuttle cost India around $14 million
India will be the third country in history after America and the Soviet Union to operate a reusable shuttle.
In response to the likelihood of regulation and the costs it entails, Musk is practicing “permissionless innovation.”
‘Morally outrageous and strategically foolish’
‘The last several months have been quite excruciating, really.’
What an explosion!
The company’s two previous attempts at sticking the landing also ended with their rocket exploding.
The ‘real test’ is if the rocket stage can be successfully re-used for later launches
Blue Origin is already opening up “early access” to ticket information for potential space tourists.
The Senate’s amendments means that a company cannot enslave extraterrestrial aliens.
Under Obama, NASA was reduced to holding car washes and bake-sales to maintain funding.
‘I am confident that this minor setback will in no way impede the future success of SpaceX’
The government funds were ‘catalysts’ for activities ‘taxpayers want’
It’s the Internet space race, starring Google, Facebook, SpaceX and OneWeb
Company continues NASA crew certification
Liftoff scheduled for 6:03 p.m. E.T.
Company will launch a satellite four times further than the Moon
Rocket packs as much thrust as 18 Boeing 747s
‘Before impact, fins lose power and go hardover. Engines fights to restore, but…’