SpaceX Starship prototype explodes

https://youtu.be/z1f5-gkgDII SpaceX’s SN4 Starship prototype was destroyed in a powerful explosion minutes after an engine test shortly before 2 p.m. Friday. The incident at the company’s...

Historic SpaceX launch postponed because of stormy weather

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aymrnzianf0 By MARCIA DUNN AP Aerospace Writer CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The launch of a SpaceX rocket ship with two NASA astronauts on a history-making...

NASA astronauts head back to future; SpaceX Dragon to launch

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — It's back to the future as NASA astronauts launch again from the U.S. — aboard a retro-style "Right Stuff" capsule. Make...

EDITORIAL: Flying high: Increased activity suggests big days ahead for SpaceX

While the attention of most people probably has been focused on the coronavirus and resulting COVID-19 pandemic, Space Exploration Technologies has been busy advancing...

Gov. Abbott: Tesla is ‘genuinely interested in Texas’

By Dom DiFurio The Dallas Morning News DALLAS — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has spoken with Elon Musk and said the Tesla founder is "genuinely...

EDITORIAL: A fine fit: Valley could be good location for Tesla manufacturing plant

Elon Musk wants to get back to work. Specifically, he wants to start making Tesla cars again. And with California’s coronavirus-related lockdowns still in...

Cortez to Musk: Move Tesla to Hidalgo Co.

EDINBURG — Hidalgo County Judge Richard Cortez has written a letter to Tesla co-founder, CEO and Product Architect Elon Musk following his threat to...

Boca Chica Beach, Hwy 4 to close for SpaceX testing

For the second time this week, officials plan to close Highway 4 headed to Boca Chica Beach temporarily for SpaceX testing of its newest...

Musk threatens to move Tesla HQs to Texas or Nevada over shutdown

By Russ Mitchell Los Angeles Times Tesla will move its headquarters out of California "immediately" to Nevada or Texas, Elon Musk said via tweet Saturday...

Tom Cruise working with NASA, SpaceX to film a movie on International Space Station

By Chabeli Carrazana, Orlando Sentinel Like "Mission: Impossible," but without gravity. Or, no, no, like "Top Gun," but with rockets instead. Whatever the conversations in the writing...