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China could shift to fully reusable super heavy-launcher in wake of Starship

HELSINKI — China’s launch vehicle makers appear to be designing a fully reusable version of the Long March 9 super heavy-lift rocket needed for...

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SpaceX CEO Elon Musk teases next-gen Starlink satellites, Starship factories

By Eric Ralph Posted on June 5, 2022 CEO Elon Musk has shared a slideshow from a recent SpaceX all-hands meeting, revealing the company’s...

News Fix: Startups Face a Souring Economy, SpaceX Skyrockets to $125 Billion

In the wake of yet another mass shooting, many Americans are outraged and terrified. While lawmakers continue to argue over gun control legislation, the...

SpaceX’s Starbase environmental review is inches from the finish line

By Eric Ralph Posted on May 31, 2022 US Federal Aviation Administration says that its environmental review of SpaceX’s plan to conduct orbital Starship...

Hackaday Links: May 29, 2022

It looks like the ongoing semiconductor shortage isn’t getting any better, and if the recent spate of computer thefts from semi trucks is any...

SpaceX rolls out first new Starship prototype in nine months

By Eric Ralph Posted on May 27, 2022 For the first time in more than nine months, SpaceX has rolled a new Starship prototype...

SpaceX’s repaired Starship booster survives back-to-back cryoproof tests

By Eric Ralph Posted on May 13, 2022 SpaceX’s upgraded Starship booster has completed a second and third cryogenic proof test in rapid succession...
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NASA’s SLS moon rocket, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 share the scene at Kennedy Space Center

NASA’s Artemis 1 moon rocket and SpaceX’s Falcon 9 shared the scene Wednesday at the Kennedy Space Center — the first time since 2009 that rockets have stood on both pads at Launch Complex 39.

White House requests $26 billion for NASA in ’23, adds funds for second moon lander

The White House's fiscal year 2023 budget request for NASA totals $26 billion, including $7.5 billion for the agency's Artemis moon program, a boost over this year's budget to help pay for development of a second human-rated lander to ferry astronauts to the lunar surface.

Advance into the Shadows with Star Trek Online

In the world of video games, especially massively multiplayer online games, lasting a decade is unheard of. Star Trek Online has explored the final frontier for twelve years. During that time, the game has told the story of the future of Star Trek’s prime timeline, carrying the torch of making new multimedia Trek stories in […]

Watch live: NASA’s new moon rocket rolls to launch pad tonight

NASA will roll the Space Launch System, a heavy-duty rocket designed to send astronauts to the moon, out of the iconic Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center on Thursday evening. A crawler-transporter originally built more than 50 years ago for the Apollo program will haul the towering rocket to its launch pad for a countdown dress rehearsal. The rollout is set to begin at 5 p.m. EDT (2100 GMT).

SpaceX’s first 33-engine Super Heavy booster reaches full height

Approximately 11 weeks after the process began, SpaceX has finished stacking its newest Super Heavy booster prototype – the first of its kind intended to host 33 new Raptor V2 engines. Designed to launch Starship’s massive, namesake upper stage part of the way to orbit, Super Heavy is in many ways simpler than Starship but […]

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SpaceX “broomstick” launches 40th Starlink mission

Another grouping of 48 Starlink internet satellites soared into orbit Wednesday from Cape Canaveral aboard a Falcon 9 rocket, or what SpaceX's launch director jokingly called an "American broomstick" in a jab at Russian space chief Dmitry Rogozin.
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