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.
Learn more about SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket, the world's most powerful booster, which made its debut flight on Feb. 6, 2018.
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.
SpaceX's first Falcon Heavy launch with a commercial satellite is scheduled to occur around the end of the year, according to customer Arabsat.
If you've ever wondered how SpaceX manages to land its rockets, the Everyday Astronaut is here to help.
A private lunar lander's maiden moon mission just assumed a new dimension: helping to preserve some of humanity's precious cultural heritage.
The solar system recently received its first interstellar visitor, 'Oumuamua, and researchers have now suggested a plan for a mission to meet the next guest from another star.
SpaceX is negotiating with the Port of Los Angeles to build a facility there for manufacturing "large commercial transportation vehicles."
Since its launch atop the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket on Feb. 6, Elon Musk's cherry-red Tesla Roadster has become the solar system's newest "minor body."
The successful debut of SpaceX's huge Falcon Heavy rocket earlier this month has drawn yet more kudos from the Trump administration — this time, from Vice President Mike Pence.
A website lets you follow the cosmic trek of the Tesla Roadster that launched on the Feb. 6 maiden flight of SpaceX's huge new Falcon Heavy rocket. Find Tesla in space.
The Falcon Heavy rocket launched on its maiden voyage on Feb. 6, 2018, and SpaceX plans more missions in the near future.