But when asked if he wanted to be the first to go, Musk said that would be a bad idea. "I don't think so. I'm not really sure. I'd have to have a really good succession plan because the likelihood of is
Andy Weir still believes SpaceX can go the distance. Earlier this week, SpaceX founder Elon Musk announced his plans for colonizing Mars by the middle of this century, using a humongous new spacecraft
Congress voted to decisively overturn President Obama’s veto of a controversial 9/11 victims bill Wednesday, the first override of his presidency and a sharp setback for longtime U.S. ally Saudi Arabia.