Tag: SpaceX

  • SpaceX would have paid up to $250,000 to silence a sexual harassment lawsuit against Elon Musk

    SpaceX would have paid up to $250,000 to silence a sexual harassment lawsuit against Elon Musk

    SpaceX would have paid up to $250,000 to silence a sexual harassment lawsuit against Elon Musk

  • The civilian crew of the private SpaceX mission returns safely to Earth

    The civilian crew of the private SpaceX mission returns safely to Earth

    While the recent purchase of Twitter seems to overshadow Elon Musk’s current environment, SpaceX has also just completed an unprecedented milestone in the history of space tourism. Two weeks ago we were talking about the successful takeoff and placement into orbit of the first spaceflight with a totally private crew bound for the International Space […]

  • SpaceX and Axiom Space launch the first exclusively private manned mission to the International Space Station

    SpaceX and Axiom Space launch the first exclusively private manned mission to the International Space Station

    What just a few years ago seemed completely impossible seems to be slowly becoming an increasingly recurrent reality. And it is that this weekend SpaceX and Axiom Space have successfully launched the first spaceflight with a totally private crew bound for the International Space Station (ISS) paving the way for the future normalization of space […]

  • SpaceX ends production of Crew Dragon, limiting its aircraft to four

    SpaceX ends production of Crew Dragon, limiting its aircraft to four

    SpaceX just announced that will stop producing new Crew Dragon ships once they finish manufacturing their latest project, currently in process, thus marking a fleet that will remain limited (At least for the moment) in four spaceships. After the official announcement of the news, Elon Musk’s private space firm shared a statement exclusively with Reutersensuring […]

  • SpaceX loses 40 satellites due to a solar storm

    SpaceX loses 40 satellites due to a solar storm

    February has not started well for SpaceX or, to be more specific, for Starlink, the satellite Internet access service that the company has been deploying since January 2019, and according to currently available data it should have around 2,000 satellites in orbitof the 42,000 that it intends that, in the medium term, make up the […]

  • NASA confirms Starliner delay with new contract to SpaceX

    NASA confirms Starliner delay with new contract to SpaceX

    During the last years many expectations have been created around the Boeing Starliner, the spacecraft designed by Boeing and which, once operational, will be capable of carrying out flights to the International Space Station, as well as to other infrastructures of this type, both present and future. Boeing got down to business in 2010, when […]

  • SpaceX is already part of the space tourism club

    SpaceX is already part of the space tourism club

    With actors like SpaceX, Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic it is unthinkable to deny that the world of aerospace activities is experiencing a new golden age. With motivations substantially different from those experienced in the sixties, yes, and with an eye on much higher points than we lived throughout the eighties and nineties with the […]

  • SpaceX responds to Amazon: they claim because they cannot compete

    SpaceX responds to Amazon: they claim because they cannot compete

    It seems that SpaceX is running out of patience with Blue Origin and Amazon. And the truth is that, seen from the outside, it seems perfectly understandable. Of course, Jezz Bezos’s “tantrum” is also partly understandable, as in recent months seems to be witnessing the worst times of his space bet, materialized both in Blue […]

  • SpaceX will bring advertising to space

    SpaceX will bring advertising to space

    That SpaceX is a key company in this new golden age of space exploration is unquestionable. We had a clear example of this last year, with the first manned flights of the Crew Dragon, a success that allowed NASA, for the first time in many years, to carry out a crew change on the International […]

  • SpaceX will take NASA to Europa, Jupiter

    SpaceX will take NASA to Europa, Jupiter

    Although when talking about SpaceX and NASA, the first thing that comes to mind are the transfers of personnel from and to the International Space Station, somewhat later with the return of the human being to the Moon, and aspirationally with the arrival of man to Mars at some point in the next decade, the […]