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SpaceX successfully launched another Falcon 9 rocket today carrying Spain's radar imaging Paz satellite as well as two of its own satellites, Microsat-2a and -2b. The two experimental satellites will be used to test SpaceX's plan to deliver...

Arecibo Observatory, which is the second-largest radio telescope in the world, is under new management. A group led by the University of Central Florida will take over the operations of the telescope from the National Science Foundation, which was co...

Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster may have slipped the surly bonds of Earth, but you can still follow its path through the Solar System. Satellite guru Ben Pearson's unofficial Whereisroadster.com website is tracking the EV based on NASA data and...

SpaceX hopes to launch a global fleet of small internet-beaming satellites in the next few years, and Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai wants to grant SpaceX that opportunity.  In a statement released Wednesday morning, Pai urg...

Picture this: A crew of the first humans to journey beyond Earth and the moon arrive at Mars. Their boots touch the rusty surface of the red planet after a months-long trip through deep space.  Who are they? How do they understand what they see?

If you think you were excited watching SpaceX's Falcon Heavy launch, here's how Elon Musk handled it. On Saturday, National Geographic shared an exclusive clip of the SpaceX CEO taking in Tuesday's launch.  SEE ALSO: SpaceX just launched the Fal...

Elon Musk probably won't send you into space anytime soon, but if you want to see what it would like to be up close and personal with Starman and his Tesla, there's always Snapchat.  SEE ALSO: SpaceX just launched the Falcon Heavy, its most powe...