SpaceX launched 60 Starlink satellites in a train Thursday (May 24) and you can see them in the night sky now! Here's how to find out where and when to look.
Hawthorne, Calif.-based Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) is a commercial company aiming to launch cargo, and eventually people, to low-Earth orbit. The firm is developing its Dragon capsule and Falcon 9 booster under contracts from NASA's Commercial Crew Development (CCDev) program and its Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) program.
A satellite tracker has spotted SpaceX's Starlink fleet in the sky a day after the 60-satellite launch. The view is amazing!
The first 60 satellites in SpaceX's huge Starlink constellation haven't experienced any hiccups in orbit thus far.
The 60 internet satellites SpaceX just launched will be but the tip of a very large off-Earth iceberg, if all goes according to plan.
On May 23, 2019, SpaceX launched the first 60 satellites of its Starlink internet megaconstellation. See the mission in pictures here!
The 60 Starlink internet satellites will be the heaviest payload SpaceX has ever launched, and the spacecraft will deploy in an unusual way.
SpaceX plans to launch the first 60 members of its Starlink internet-satellite constellation tonight (May 23), and you can watch the liftoff live.
The satellites that SpaceX is about to launch to Earth orbit could help humanity settle the moon and Mars someday.
This week, SpaceX will again try to loft the first 60 members of its Starlink internet-satellite megaconstellation.
Chances are high that the "Game of Thrones" finale won't tackle our most pressing question: Which would win, one of these fire-breathing dragons or one of SpaceX's Dragon capsules?
SpaceX called off the launch of its first 60 operational Starlink satellites to perform extra software tests, the company said late Thursday (May 16).
SpaceX on Wednesday (May 15) called off the planned launch debut of 60 Starlink internet communications satellites due to unacceptable wind conditions.
SpaceX is lofting a pioneering phalanx of internet satellites tonight (May 15), and you can watch the liftoff live.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk — hot off the second successful flight of his gigantic Falcon Heavy rocket in April — is one of the recipients of a prize for science communication.
A test of parachutes for SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft did not go as planned last month, NASA and SpaceX confirmed May 8.