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  1. Booster was undergoing pre-launch tests on stand when its engine section burst, sending shock waves miles across South Texas facility
  2. Starship is SpaceX's next-generation launch vehicle at centre of Musk's ambitions to make human space travel affordable and routine
  3. Elon Musk has rejected the charge, saying Thursday on Twitter that "for the record, those wild accusations are utterly untrue."
  4. Elon Musk says his companies, Tesla and Space X, are facing significant inflation threats
  5. Elon Musk warns there was a high chance Starlink satellite broadband service could be "targeted" in Ukraine
  6. The rocket was employed in 2015 to put in orbit a NASA satellite called the Deep Space Climate Observatory
  7. The spaceship, called Endurance, will dock with the ISS at 7:10 pm Thursday (0010 GMT Friday)
  8. SpaceX’s Inspiration4 crew completed the world’s first all-civilian orbital mission last month. Now, the crew have shared images of Earth from their voyage using a professional top-end Nikon camera. However, over the weekend, mission commander Jared Isaacman shared yet another gorgeous image of Earth but what was fascinating about this picture was that it was shot on an iPhone 12. Apple’s iPhone 12 Series and most recently the iPhone 13 Series are ranked amongst the top camera smartphones in the world. The Cupertino giant has been credited for using the best camera technology; both in terms of hardware and software capabilities. And now, it seems like mission commander Isaacman used that camera technology to his advantage to capture a stunning image from 575 kilometres above the Earth. © Twitter_Jared Isaacman It’s worth pointing out that the image was shot through the all-glass dome built beneath the nose cone of the spacecraft. The Crew Dragon spacecraft was carrying four non-professional astronauts during its three days in orbit. The unique feature of the spacecraft is that the nose cone opens up for passengers to get panoramic views of Earth through the glass dome. That’s not all though, Isaacman also posted a video while orbiting over Brazil and captured the footage from the iPhone 12 as well. A video over Brazil from first day on orbit. Shot w/iPhone but hopefully we can get some of @inspiration4x Nikon shots out soon. Such a privilege to see our from this perspective. We need to take far better care of our home planet and also reaching for the stars. pic.twitter.com/mAQw6eK8Ui — Jared Isaacman (@rookisaacman) September 25, 2021 We expect more images captured by the crew in the coming weeks especially from both the professional Nikon camera and the iPhone. For now, we’re quite impressed to see the level of details and image quality captured by the iPhone 12 in space. © zana-latif-unsplash What do you think of the image captured by mission commander Jared Isaacman? Did you expect the iPhone to take such an incredible image of the Earth from space? Let us know in the comments. View the full article
  9. Inspiration4 space tourists are set to return to Earth after three days in orbit. AFPThe all-civilian SpaceX flight will return to the Earth after a three-day journey around the globe. The return is scheduled for 7:06 pm local time (2306 GMT) in the Atlantic Ocean.SpaceX will...
  10. Elon Musk’s SpaceX will launch the first commercial payload to the Moon called the "DOGE-1 Mission to the Moon” in the first quarter of 2022. What’s different about this payload is that the rocket company will be funding the launch from the meme-inspired cryptocurrency dogecoin as the mode of payment. © Fireintheholee1_ Twitter The mission was announced on Sunday via the Geometric Energy Corporation’s statement, however it did not disclose the mission’s financial value. "We're excited to launch DOGE-1 to the Moon!", SpaceX Vice President of Commercial Sales Tom Ochinero was quoted as saying in the statement released by Geometric Energy. "This mission will demonstrate the application of cryptocurrency beyond Earthorbit and set the foundation for interplanetary commerce." Elon Musk also tweeted the announcement with the caption, “SpaceX launching satellite Doge-1 to the moon next year – Mission paid for in Doge – 1st crypto in space – 1st meme in space To the mooooonnn!!” SpaceX launching satellite Doge-1 to the moon next year – Mission paid for in Doge – 1st crypto in space – 1st meme in space To the mooooonnn!!https://t.co/xXfjGZVeUW — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 9, 2021 Musk also said on Twitter in April that SpaceX will be putting a "literal Dogecoin on the literal moon”. What’s weird is that Dogecoin has lost a third of its value following Musk’s appearance on Saturday Night Live over the weekend. He called it a ‘hustle’ during his appearance on the comedy sketch show. © Reuters Having said that, there is no denying that Musk’s tweets in relation to Dogecoin this year resulted in the cryptocurrency gaining a lot of value. It jumped more than 800% in value last month and is now considered the fourth-largest digital currency in the world. Musk’s Tesla Inc. also said earlier this year that the electric car maker bought $1.5 billion worth of bitcoin and will soon accept it as a form of payment for its cars as well. View the full article
  11. SpaceX's flub involving a Starship rocket prototype becomes yet another hurdle in reaching Mars
  12. Engineer, industrial designer and technology entrepreneur Elon Musk finally made his dream come true when his company SpaceX successfully managed to send two astronauts into space in their very own rocket ship earlier today. What makes this achievement so special is that it opens the doors to the possibility of commercial space travel and a completely new era of space exploration, the very reason why Musk founded Space Exploration Technologies Corp 18 years ago. The blast-off took place without a winkle in execution and the National Aeronautics and Space Administrationâs (NASAâs) Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken rode off into the sky. Images from the launch have ever since been making rounds on social media and have the viewers in complete awe of how majestic it appeared: Falcon 9 lifts off from historic Launch Complex 39A and sends Crew Dragon to orbit on its first flight with @NASA astronauts to the @space_station pic.twitter.com/UOoaKiQaFk â SpaceX (@SpaceX) May 31, 2020 NASA also shared recorded footage of the two astronauts from inside the âEndeavourâ capsule, before Bob and Doug gave us a tour of their fancy spacecraft which is currently en route to the International Space Station, where the two will spend between 1-4 months as a part of this mission. Welcome aboard the @SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft! In this video from space, @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug reveal the name of their capsule: Endeavour. Take a look inside as the crew continues their journey to the @Space_Station: https://t.co/K9S5mejONx pic.twitter.com/mvH8UhE5FW â NASA (@NASA) May 31, 2020 And while Musk may have taken a giant leap towards realising his dream of populating foreign planets, the common people of Twitter couldnât help but show their jealousy towards those who got the opportunity to leave Earth on the spaceship in such horrible times. super jealous of these SpaceX astronauts leaving earth right now, talk about timing. â ððððð â½ (@becccasky) May 30, 2020https://t.co/T2HOUnAdid Good call leaving earth. ð½ â Magi-Carlos (@CtotheARLOS) May 31, 2020Riots everywhere and people leaving earth. Wtf is going on. Wait for me.... â Just Looking (@JustLoo29276504) May 30, 2020Lowkey jealous of those astronauts that got to leave earth today, congrats @SpaceX â Ronak Patel ⢠(@_patel4k) May 31, 2020Saw this on Instagram and had to steal! Haha!! Iâm definitely jealous of them!! ð¼ #2020 #nasa #spacex pic.twitter.com/cFJvWsks3j â Michelle C Bush (@michelleCbush) May 31, 2020Other than the coronavirus pandemic taking over the world, causing people their lives and livelihood and pushing them into poverty, the US is also battling racism and police brutality. Ever since the horrible death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, protests and riots have flooded the country which takes pride in being called âthe land of the free and the home of the brave.â Dude brought a bow to SLC riots, got taken out. pic.twitter.com/K58QpwBDkU â Garth Mortensen (@voldemortensen) May 31, 2020 Itâs not just America that has been fighting the demons of their backyard. India too is struggling from the locust attack, ruing the crops of farmers from states such as Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. Heartbreaking stories of people losing their loved ones are making headlines every single day. Many are resorting to crime just to fill their stomach. A man broke into a roadside eatery in Maharashtra's Yavatmal district to steal food as the coronavirus-induced lockdown had left him famished https://t.co/tz8U3LyUZ7 â SK Iyer (@iyer_sk) May 31, 2020 Given the situation, their envy towards the two astronauts away from this toxic planet is completely understandable. View the full article
  13. The two-stage rocket blasted off smoothly in a cloud of orange flames and smoke from Launch Pad 39A at Florida´s Kennedy Space Center for a historic flight to the orbiting ISS
  14. Remember the time when the most bizarre thing Elon Musk had ever done was send a freaking car to space? Yes, that is still so cool and memorable but it feels like everything Elon has done since then has been an attempt to outdo himself. Wait, maybe I am on to something, a new conspiracy theory. It seems like the only solution for his outright bizarre and unexpected behaviour, especially on Twitter these past few months. He's been busy smoking pot live on a podcast, becoming a meme because of that, asking people to send him their 'dankest' meme, fanboying over Ranveer Singh and 'Bajirao Mastani', and now he's apparently a SoundCloud rapper. The term SoundCloud rapper is basically a meme now and since Elon is slowly turning his entire existence into a meme, this seemed like the next logical step for him. On 30th March, he dropped his hot new single 'RIP Harambe' and tweeted the SoundCloud link to his millions of followers. Isn't it a little too late to pay your respects to Harambe the gorilla who was shot and killed by a zoo worker when a three-year-old boy wandered into his enclosure? Better late than never, I guess. Emo G Recordshttps://t.co/zsuB2NDl48 pic.twitter.com/anVkKeFMGr — Jung Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2019 If the reference to one of the biggest memes in the recent internet history wasn't enough, he also called his record label Emo G Records. The song is actually as weird - and autotuned - as you would've imagined. But, soon after dropping the song, he had a crushing realization - his record label, Emo G Records, failed because of some other emoji. I'm disappointed that my record label failed — Jung Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2019 Who would've thought? Duck emoji defeats Emo G Records. Crushing victory. — Jung Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2019 Btw, here's some context. Just look at the number of retweets and likes and compare to the song link. 𦠗 Jung Musk (@elonmusk) March 30, 2019 I feel like he's more proud of this than anything he's ever done for Tesla and SpaceX. Making The Onion articles real …https://t.co/O7855d9BWu — Jung Musk (@elonmusk) April 1, 2019 He did get the response that song deserved, obviously. What even is that gif? pic.twitter.com/7Fx6oBm2z1 — Chotto Matte â (@noty0boii) March 30, 2019 He's getting more dank memes now. pic.twitter.com/qVkyCTdt44 — ðï¸ (@trashydrakefan) March 30, 2019 No idea. pic.twitter.com/2jDNGZEtYd — â¡Maria Nâ¡ (@x_RiaMaria_x) March 30, 2019
  15. SpaceX is planning to launch a tourist on a trip around the moon, and the company said it will reveal the person's identity during a September 17 event. The company's announcement came tonight via Twitter, and it included a rendering of the spaceship that will make the voyage: the Big Falcon Rocket (BFR). The BFR is SpaceX's newest rocket, a super powerful launch vehicle with 31 engines and the capacity to lift 150 tons into space. SpaceX has signed the world's first private passenger to fly around the Moon aboard our BFR launch vehicle—an important step toward enabling access for everyday people who dream of traveling to space. Find out who's flying and why on Monday, September 17. pic.twitter.com/64z4rygYhk — SpaceX (@SpaceX) September 14, 2018 "SpaceX has signed the world's first private passenger to fly around the Moon aboard our BFR launch vehicle," the company said, adding that it will be "an important step toward enabling access for everyday people who dream of traveling to space," SpaceX said. While the Falcon family of reusable boosters is currently flying, the reusable Saturn BFR has not yet been launched to orbit. Further, the company said, “Only 24 humans have been to the Moon in history. No one has visited since the last Apollo mission in 1972”. © SpaceX In February 2018, the space company had declared that it would send two space tourists by the end of 2018. The names of those two tourists - and how much they intended to pay- were never revealed. Musk's hopes of one day flying to Mars rest with the BFR performance, which he hopes will be ready to blast off for the red planet in 2022. SpaceX is valued at US$ 28 billion making it the third highly backed startup in the country. The company has also bagged a contract to ferry American astronauts to the International Space Station. © SpaceX SpaceX holds NASA contracts valued at more than US$ 2 billion for 20 space station resupply flights, and a US$ 2.6 billion contract with the space agency to build and launch a piloted version of its Dragon capsule. Boeing is also hard at work on its crew vehicle, with pioneering flights planned for 2019 as well. Only 24 people in history have ever been to the Moon. © SpaceX Musk's SpaceX and Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic are among companies that are attempting to commercialize space travel. Musk says the BFR will eventually replace SpaceX's existing lineup of rockets, which are currently used for missions.
  16. SpaceX will not send tourists around the Moon this year as previously announced, and will delay the project until the middle of next year, US media reported on Monday. Photo: fileWASHINGTON: SpaceX will not send tourists around the Moon this year...
  17. SpaceX Falcon 9's Bangabandhu Satellite-1 launch site, Cape Canaveral, Florida, US, May 11, 2018. Geo.tv/Twitter/SpaceX (@SpaceX) CAPE CANAVERAL: An updated version of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, tailored for eventual crewed missions into orbit,...
  18. SpaceX Falcon 9's Bangabandhu Satellite-1 launch site, Cape Canaveral, Florida, US, May 11, 2018. Geo.tv/Twitter/SpaceX (@SpaceX) CAPE CANAVERAL: An updated version of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, tailored for eventual crewed missions into orbit,...
  19. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) ? NASA's $337-million satellite that aims to scan 85 percent of the skies for cosmic bodies where life may exist or next planet-hunter ? successfully launches on a SpaceX Falcon 9 from Cape...
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