Falcon Heavy is now scheduled to loft Astranis' first commercial communications satellite to orbit next spring, the San Francisco-based company announced Thursday (Sept. 23).
Learn more about SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket, the world's most powerful booster, which made its debut flight on Feb. 6, 2018.
NASA has picked Falcon Heavy to launch the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-U (GOES-U), with a planned liftoff in April 2024 from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
NASA has picked SpaceX's heavy-lift Falcon Heavy rocket to launch the Europa Clipper mission to Jupiter's icy moon.
NASA has selected SpaceX to deliver the first two segments of the moon-orbiting Gateway space station for its upcoming Artemis program, which aims to put astronauts back on the moon.
SpaceX is planning a huge boost to the number of rocket launches from its Florida launch sites in the next few years and build a mobile service tower for rockets.
The Planetary Society's solar-sailing spacecraft LightSail 2 beamed back its first views of Earth on Sunday (July 7). And you can keep close tabs on the little satellite — here's how.
A stunning new video captures the dramatic and surprisingly colorful descent of a SpaceX Falcon Heavy payload fairing during the huge rocket's launch on June 25.
SpaceX pulled off a long-sought rocket-reusability milestone during yesterday's epic Falcon Heavy launch.
SpaceX marked a milestone today (June 25) as the company's Falcon Heavy megarocket successfully lofted two dozen satellites into orbit.
SpaceX is waiting until late in its 4-hour window to fire the engines on the massive Falcon Heavy rocket currently sitting on a launch pad here at Kennedy Space Center.
A panoply of satellites is awaiting liftoff aboard a Falcon Heavy rocket on a mission that will mark a milestone in SpaceX's quest to become an Air Force-certified launch provider.
SpaceX's megarocket, the Falcon Heavy, is poised for flight. Perched atop NASA's historic Pad 39A, the behemoth will lift off sometime during a 4-hour window that opens late tonight (June 24).
NASA is set to launch an incredible new atomic clock into orbit on a Falcon Heavy tomorrow (June 24) in a technology demonstration mission that could transform the way humans explore space.
This Monday (June 24), the nonprofit organization The Planetary Society will launch LightSail 2, the first spacecraft propelled solely by sunlight.