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Elon Musk’s distaste for the public markets may be pushing him to take Tesla private, but the chief executive has not scared away SpaceX investors.
Phil LeBeau reports from the Farnborough Airshow on the growth outlook for the aviation industry.
The White House, Air Force and Defense Secretary James Mattis had disapproved of creating a sixth branch of the military last year.
Morgan Brennan talks to SpaceX president Gwynne Shotwell about the technology and the company’s plans for growth.
Morgan Brennan talks with Blue Origin CEO Bob Smith about the company’s new engine for its latest orbital rocket and new opportunities in space exploration
Morgan Brennan is at the Kennedy Space center, giving us an up close look at Boeing’s capsule that could carry American astronauts into space by the end of this year.
Business is so strong for aircraft builder Boeing that it is temporarily rehiring “several hundred” retired mechanics in Washington State to help it meet production demands. Also, the manufacturer is looking to hire new employees as it struggles to meet commercial aircraft orders that have been piling up. On Wednesday, Boeing announced a record 202 …
Ten spaceports are driving the commercial space industry forward, and the FAA said ‘another half dozen locations are knocking on the door.’
Thanks to space pioneers like Celestis and Elysium, people can have their remains launched into outer space or get planted on the moon.
Companies spend huge sums to get things into space, but an average of 1 in 20 launches fail. That’s why they need insurance.
Jeff Bezos spoke Tuesday about his plans and dreams for space, and what it is holding back the industry from the final frontier.
Lockheed Martin has landed its first contract for the hybrid airship it created at its top secret Skunk Works with U.K.-based Straightline Aviation.
NASA is reviewing more than 6,000 applicants for astronauts but will select only eight to 14 for its new class. What it’s looking for.
The rocket under development will have 8.5 million pounds of thrust. “That’s 31 747s at full power,” says one engineer.
Automaker Honda announced a new product, jets.