SpaceX Rocket Emissions Similar to Large Jets Crossing the Oceans

Posted in Business, Hardware, Science on 18th Dec, 2019
by Alex Muller

Sub-orbital flights should need only need about 25% of the fuel. This would reduce Starship emissions to about 200 tons of CO2 per flight.

Lunar Tourism: Catalyst for Jumpstarting a Cislunar Economy

Posted in Business, Science on 24th Nov, 2019
by Alex Muller

Space Experience Tourism might be “low hanging fruit” that will spur on the development of a self-sustaining space economy in the near term.

NASA Overpaid Boeing Again and Did Not Let SpaceX Offer a Lower Cost Solution

Posted in Business on 15th Nov, 2019
by Alex Muller

Boeing and SpaceX each face significant safety and technical challenges with parachutes, propulsion, and launch abort systems that need to be resolved prior to receiving NASA authorization to transport crew to the ISS.

SpaceX launches 60 more internet satellites

Posted in Business, Hardware, Online on 12th Nov, 2019
by Alex Muller

SpaceX sent another 60 satellites into orbit on Monday, one of many such launches the company hopes to conduct over the next year as it works to build a massive broadband-from-space business.

SpaceX and Boeing Could be Ready to Fly Astronauts in the First Quarter of 2020

Posted in Business, Hardware, Science on 6th Nov, 2019
by Alex Muller

SpaceX’s In-Flight Abort test must go perfectly. The test is scheduled for December. SpaceX crew Dragon’s Demo-2 astronaut launch could occur as early as February or March 2020.