By Gursimran Kaur (Reuters) - SpaceX's Starship rocket, a futuristic vehicle designed to eventually carry astronauts to the moon and beyond, will probably have its fourth flight in 3-5 weeks, the company's Chief Executive Elon Musk said in a post on

By Marisa Taylor WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Injury rates at SpaceX facilities continued to exceed an industry average in 2023, according to a Reuters review of safety data reported to U.S. regulators by the space venture controlled by billionaire Elon Musk. The 2023

Celebrating the contribution of science and technology to the progress of society International Day of Human Space Flight: "From up here the Earth is beautiful, without borders or boundaries". Chronicles of the time recount that these were some of the words

Elon Musk and Space X will build a constellation of spy satellites for the Pentagon. This news is not surprising because SpaceX is the largest satellite operator in the world. It is only natural that US intelligence turns to the

By Joey Roulette and Marisa Taylor WASHINGTON (Reuters) - SpaceX is building a network of hundreds of spy satellites under a classified contract with a U.S. intelligence agency, five sources familiar with the program said, demonstrating deepening ties between billionaire entrepreneur

By Joey Roulette WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The FAA on Wednesday granted SpaceX a license to test-launch the company's Starship rocket system from Texas, according to the agency's website, paving the way for another early demonstration of a spacecraft crucial to Elon

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched six military missile tracking satellites just over a week ago, including two prototypes for the Missile Defence Agency and four for the US Space Force. All are part of a new generation designed to detect

By Joe Skipper and Steve Gorman CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) - A SpaceX rocket safely lifted off from Florida on Sunday night carrying a crew of three U.S. astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut on their way to the International Space Station

By Stefanno Sulaiman, Devjyot Ghoshal and Joe Brock JAKARTA (Reuters) - When a Chinese rocket malfunctioned shortly after launch in April 2020, destroying Indonesia's $220 million Nusantara-2 satellite, it was a blow to the archipelago's efforts to strengthen its communication networks.