SpaceX Starship SN8 experienced a “Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly” Thursday evening, leaving fans to wonder if parts could be sold as souvenirs. In the meantime, here are other gifts for space fans on your list.
The big SpaceX news of the week – and possibly the biggest space travel news of the decade – is that NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken have docked successfully at the International Space Station. Find out why GTG thinks this is exactly what we needed right now.
Could the SpaceX MK2 Starship become a mock-up pathfinder-type vehicle? Or a museum piece for SpaceX fans to enjoy? Neither is impossible.
Failure is always an option at SpaceX. Pushing the envelope, failing, and learning, is how they make things better. What’s next in Boca Chica for Starship?
SpaceX destroyed Starship SN1 during a pressure test. The roughly 25-meter tall fuel/oxygen tanks of SN1 had an apparent weld failure during a liquid nitrogen load and pressurization. Find out why it’s really no big deal for SpaceX.
Will SpaceX be ready to land a Starship on Mars by Summer 2020? Recent evidence shows a summer Starship launch to Mars could be possible.
Early Friday morning, before the internet even imagined critiquing Shakira and J.Lo showing off their incredible rhythm and vocals, Elon Musk quietly dropped an electronic dance music (EDM) track on SoundCloud.
But not before several teaser tweets piqued the interest of the Twitter-verse.