You can watch SpaceX's Starman mannequin ride a Tesla Roadster in space live on YouTube after the successful Falcon Heavy test launch of Feb. 6, 2018. Check it out!
Learn more about SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket, the world's most powerful booster, which made its debut flight on Feb. 6, 2018.
As SpaceX gears up for the first launch of its Falcon Heavy rocket, the company is backing away from one potential use of the vehicle, launching crewed missions beyond Earth orbit.
SpaceX's giant new rocket, the Falcon Heavy, is set for its risky first test launch today (Feb. 6) from the historic Pad 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Elon Musk will send a Tesla Roadster into space as a test payload on the maiden flight of the Falcon Heavy. But is the car just doomed to be space junk?
Jeff Bezos tweeted well wishes at Elon Musk ahead of the Falcon Heavy's maiden flight — and Musk's response has the internet talking about a bromance between these two spaceflight entrepreneurs.
One day before SpaceX's new Falcon Heavy rocket is slated to blast off on its maiden voyage with a Tesla Roadster on board, Elon Musk has revealed that the electric sports car may have a passenger.
When SpaceX launches its first Falcon Heavy rocket this week, the company is going to attempt something never done before: a rocket-landing triple play.
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a launch license for the inaugural launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy, scheduled for Feb. 6.
Billionaire entrepreneur and SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled a new line of flamethrowers for his tunneling project, The Boring Company, with a wild Instagram video.
SpaceX will attempt the first launch of its new giant rocket, the Falcon Heavy, on Feb. 6, the company's CEO Elon Musk said Friday (Jan. 27).
SpaceX's new megarocket, the Falcon Heavy, briefly roared to life today (Jan. 24) during a successful engine test ahead of its anticipated maiden flight.
SpaceX will have to wait a bit longer to test its first Falcon Heavy rocket, as NASA and Air Force personnel stay home due to an ongoing U.S. government shutdown.
SpaceX just released a spectacular video of the Falcon Heavy standing at Kennedy Space Center's fabled Pad 39A ahead of its planned liftoff later this month.