SpaceX plans to launch the first commercial mission of its Falcon Heavy megarocket early next month, according to CNBC.
Learn more about SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket, the world's most powerful booster, which made its debut flight on Feb. 6, 2018.
SpaceX could begin initial tests of a prototype of the company’s next-generation Starship vehicle as soon as this week, Elon Musk says.
SpaceX's giant Falcon Heavy rocket could take to the skies five weeks from now, if everything goes according to plan.
A new video shows the latest design incarnation of Blue Origin's huge New Glenn rocket, which is scheduled to debut in 2021.
The year 2018 saw a wide range of milestones in spaceflight, stretching all the way from the sun to the edge of interstellar space. Here are some of the highlights.
Eight months after SpaceX launched a Tesla Roadster into space, the sports car can now be found 170 million miles away from Earth — and on local toy store shelves.
Japanese entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa has signed an unprecedented deal with SpaceX to be the first private passenger to fly around the moon on a BFR rocket. Here's how the mission will work.
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa announced Sept. 17 that he has chosen to go to the moon in 2023 — and bring six to eight artists along for the ride.
A Japanese billionaire and a coterie of artists will become the first private citizens ever to fly beyond low Earth orbit just five years from now, if all goes according to plan.
The private spaceflight company SpaceX will reveal its first passenger for a trip around the moon on the company's massive BFR rocket and you can watch it all live online.
SpaceX's giant BFR rocket has a sleek new look for an audacious private passenger flight around the moon. If an early rendering is anything to go by, the BFR is going to have some wild fins.
A "private passenger" has signed up for a circumlunar flight aboard SpaceX's BFR rocket-spaceship combo, company representatives announced via Twitter this evening (Sept. 13).
Falcon Heavy's military contract win is for AFSPC-52, a classified mission projected to launch in late Fiscal Year 2020.
In the latest episode of the Facebook Watch series "Spacing Out with the Everyday Astronaut," host Tim Dodd explains why rockets need to be so big to launch heavy payloads.
SpaceX won't launch two space tourists on a mission around the moon in 2018 after all, according to media reports.