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Apr 12, 2019
SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch: The world's most powerful rocket successfully nails its landingThe Falcon Heavy rocket blasted off from NASA's historic Pad 39A earlier this morning.
Apr 11, 2019
SpaceX delays Falcon Heavy launch of Arabsat-6A to 12 April owing to bad windsArabsat-6A is expected to provide Middle East, Africa & Europe with TV & secure communication services.
Apr 09, 2019
SpaceX delays Falcon Heavy's first commercial launch of Arabsat-6A to 10 AprilThe launch will be SpaceX's fourth this year & the first of 2 Falcon Heavy launches in 2019.
Feb 05, 2019
SpaceX completes first test of a new Raptor engine for its Mars-ready BFR rocketThe test, short though it was, reveals a lot to the engineers working on its development.
Nov 26, 2018
Elon Musk is adamant he wants to live on Mars despite its known threats: reportMusk said that a voyage to Mars will cost at least a couple of hundred thousand dollars.
Nov 20, 2018
Elon Musk renames SpaceX's BFR spacecraft for Mars colonisation to StarshipInstead of upgrading Falcon 9 for more reusability, SpaceX was now focusing on "accelerating BFR".
Jul 22, 2018
SpaceX successfully launches the Telstar 19 Vantage for TelesatThe next mission for SpaceX will also be involving low-earth orbit satellites for Iridium Next.
Jul 10, 2018
SpaceX's Falcon Heavy wins its very first contract by the US Air ForceSpaceX's Falcon Heavy can carry nearly twice as much payload as compared to ULA's Delta IV rocket.
Jun 10, 2018
SpaceX plans on building a new campus near Kennedy Space Centre to launch 64 rockets in a yearSpaceX has asked NASA for a 67-acre patch of land and if everything goes as planned then this proposed operation area will be located about a mile from KSC.
Mar 12, 2018
SpaceX could be testing its BFR Mars rocket system as early as first half of 2019 says Elon MuskMusk still hopes for the BFR to land on Mars in 2022 and the first couple of missions will be focussing on sending just the cargo, followed by humans.