The summer of 2019 saw the 50 year anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, when humans first walked on the surface of the Moon. But now there is a new race -- not of countries, but one fought by companies. Capitalism, growth, and business opportunities are the new fuels, and the goals are even bigger: not just back to the Moon, but on to Mars and beyond.
It could potentially make its way to orbit in less than six months
Starship will eventually transport humans to Low Earth Orbit
Launch your satellites using the Falcon 9
Another unfortunate setback for SpaceX
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says they will try to address the issue
Satellite-based broadband is closer than ever
Sad news for SpaceX's engineers
Low-orbit will reduce latency to just 15 milliseconds
SpaceX is one step closer to manned launches
"It was a really big deal for SpaceX"
Unfortunately there is no longer a $20 million prize waiting at the finish line
The next step to getting Project Starlink off the ground
Democrats have requested that the area be exempt
Lofty goals have put the company under financial pressure
He's also the first passenger set to fly around the moon with SpaceX
First stage touches down in the ocean instead of at landing pad
The Red Planet could be Musk's final resting place
SpaceX's constellation of Internet-beaming satellites moves into focus
A whole electric truckload of goodies
If given the opportunity, would you go first?
One step closer to Mars colonization
A little closer to recovering the entire rocket
Mars travel could be possible within the same timeframe