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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 »

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 »

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

To save funds, the company plans to employ two used Falcon 9 cores as side boosters. Eric Berger - 4/2/2017, 12:13 PM. reader comments 240. Share this story. Artist's conception of a Falcon Heavy launch. SpaceX. Clearing the tower. SpaceX. SpaceX has ...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 »

Here's Why The SpaceX Launch Means We've Entered a New Era of Spaceflight - ScienceAlert

SpaceX made history last week, launching a pre-flown booster into space for the first time ever – arguably the strongest milestone yet in the company's bid to make economical, reusable rockets. The achievement – which SpaceX chief Elon Musk hailed as a ...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 »

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 »

This is not a joke: Elon Musk once rocketed a wheel of cheese into space - Business Insider

The day after launching a used orbital rocket booster for the first time, tech mogul Elon Musk took to Twitter to tease the future of his aerospace company, SpaceX. On March 30, SpaceX fired off one of its Falcon 9 rockets and delivered a satellite ...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 »