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Elon Musk is changing the rules of space travel - CNN

Dr. Don Lincoln is a senior physicist at Fermilab and does research using the Large Hadron Collider. He has written numerous books including "The Large Hadron Collider: The Extraordinary Story of the Higgs Boson and Other Things That Will Blow Your ...and more »

Anatomy of a SpaceX launch - USA TODAY

SpaceX will attempt to make history Thursday night by reusing a rocket booster. The Falcon 9 rocket will deliver a communications satellite into orbit using a first-stage system that they used nearly a year ago. Here's a look at SpaceX's feat to launch ...and more »

SpaceX wants to try recycling more of Falcon 9 rocket - Phys.Org

SpaceX CEO and founder Elon Musk said he wants to go further in the reuse of his rockets after successfully launching the first stage of a Falcon 9 rocket that was recycled from a previous flight. Musk tweeted on Friday that he is looking into a test ...and more »

SpaceX's playbook: Make history, then make more history - CNNMoney

SpaceX just made history by launching the same rocket into orbital space for a second time. And the jaw-dropping news did not stop there. CEO Elon Musk -- who also heads Tesla (TSLA) -- said in a press briefing after the launch that in addition to ...and more »

SpaceX's reusable rockets could provide a cheaper path to orbit - Science Magazine

They did it: Elon Musk's private spaceflight company SpaceX last night successfully sent a gently used rocket back into orbit for another go-round. It's the first time that the same rocket, a Falcon 9 that made a trip to the International Space Station ...and more »

SpaceX to launch “silliest thing we can imagine” on debut Falcon Heavy - Ars Technica

Still basking in the glow of the successful launch of his first reusable rocket, Elon Musk has been sharing a few details about the demonstration flight of the company's Falcon Heavy rocket, likely coming later this year. This much-anticipated heavy ...and more »

Elon Musk Aiming For Full Rocket Reusability: Wants SpaceX To Attempt Upper Stage Recovery - Tech Times

SpaceX founder and Chief Technology Officer Elon Musk definitely dreams big, but he follows through with it. Tech Times reported on March 31 that SpaceX successfully launched a satellite into orbit with its first recycled rocket and discussed why the ...and more »

Elon Musk has job openings for 473 people at SpaceX — here's who it's hiring - Business Insider

When tech mogul Elon Musk founded SpaceX in 2002, the rocket company "basically consisted of carpet and a mariachi band," Musk said in September 2016. "That was it." Today, SpaceX employs more than 1,000 people all over the US, according to the company ...and more »

SpaceX, In Another First, Recovers $6 Million Nose Cone From Reused Falcon 9 - Fortune

On Thursday, SpaceX successfully launched a previously-used rocket, a historic first that puts the company firmly on the path towards its promise of low-cost space flight. But, apparently not content with that achievement, they also recovered a $6 ...and more »

Photos: SpaceX's photos from Thursday's reflight of Falcon 9 booster - Spaceflight Now

Remote sound-triggered cameras around launch pad 39A captured stunning views of Thursday evening's launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on the first reflight of a commercial orbital-class booster. Powered by nine Merlin 1D engines, the 229-foot-tall (70 ...and more »