SpaceX

Even with all the SpaceX Starship flights exploding, enormous progress is being made on the project

Posted in Hardware, Science on 6th Mar, 2021
by Alex Muller

A lot of progress is being made on the starship project and a lot of data is being collected with each flight.

Thinking about new rules for space exploration

Posted in Business, Science on 5th Mar, 2021
by Alex Muller

A new, modern treaty similar to the Outer Space Treaty would be a good starting point for ensuring harmony between nations, fair practices by companies, and the well-being of both space travelers and those of us who remain on Earth.

Applying for a Free Trip Around the Moon with SpaceX

Posted in Science on 5th Mar, 2021
by Alex Muller

Taking a ride into space obviously won’t be cheap, so the prevailing assumption is that the passengers on these flights will be uber-rich. But on at least one early mission, this won’t be the case, because a Japanese billionaire is giving away eight spots.

SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket set to launch NASA moon outpost in 2024

Posted in Science on 11th Feb, 2021
by Alex Muller

The Lunar Gateway Space Station has been a controversial project since its inception, with its critics saying that the space industry should be focused on putting human on Mars which many feel is long overdue.

The military wants one-hour global delivery. SpaceX thinks it can pull it off.

Posted in Hardware, Science on 22nd Oct, 2020
by Alex Muller

The government never gave up on the notion of delivering cargo to far off places in record times.