SpaceX's next-generation rocket, the Starship, is 50 meters long and powered by three Raptor engines, creating a whopping 12,000 kN of thrust. It is designed to haul large amounts of cargo and eventually
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has now given four presentations about his company’s Starship rocket, but all of those updates mostly focused on the vehicle’s external stats. Musk has barely touched on the technologies
SpaceX is set to show off its Starship Mk1, an orbital-scale prototype of the spacecraft it eventually plans to use to attain its goal of fully reusable commercial spaceflight. Starship is the key ingredient
SpaceX is making progress assembling its Starship orbital spacecraft prototype, as seen in new photos shared by SpaceX CEO Elon Musk . This full-scale testing version of the Starship will take over for
Yusaku Maezawa, a key investor in SpaceX's next-generation rocket system, called Starship, plans to sell a 30% stake in his online fashion retail company, Zozo, to Yahoo Japan. As part of the $3.7 billion
Update (1:40 p.m. ET on September 9, 2019): The FAA on Friday posted the two documents that it'd emailed to Business Insider, as well as two related files, to its website. New regulatory documents sent
A day after SpaceX's final flight of Starhopper, a stubby prototype of an enormous planned launch system called Starship, company founder Elon Musk dropped a clue about his supersize plans for the future.
SpaceX’s Mars prototype spacecraft, Starhopper, has flown for the last time in an astonishing flight that it saw it hover 150 meters above the ground, as Elon Musk’s company moves ever close to reaching