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I watched SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket thunder into space for the first time — here’s what it was like on the ground
I flew to Kennedy Space Center to see SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket launch and lob questions at Elon Musk. Here's what it was like to be there on the ground.
Falcon Heavy successfully left Cape Canaveral, Florida, carrying Musk's midnight-cherry-red Tesla Roadster out to Mars orbit.
SpaceX wants to build this futuristic campus in Florida to support an astonishing number of rocket launches
NASA has published a SpaceX proposal to expand its footprint at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The document, first reported by Florida Today, calls for 67-acre site that includes a futuristic control tower, a giant hangar, and a "rocket garden" to support a record number of launches in the future.
We’re on the ground at SpaceX’s launch of its most powerful rocket — and Elon Musk just recorded a major success
SpaceX on Tuesday launched Falcon Heavy, its biggest rocket and the most powerful operational launch system in the world. We're reporting live on the ground.
Elon Musk says SpaceX has ‘done everything you can think of’ to prepare Falcon Heavy for launch today
SpaceX is preparing to launch it's monster Falcon Heavy rocket on Tuesday around 1:30 p.m. ET, and Elon Musk says he feels "at peace" with preparation work.
SpaceX is gearing up to launch a third top-secret spacecraft for the US government, a mission the company calls "Zuma" but has said little else about.
When Hurricane Matthew hit Cape Canaveral, Florida, its powerful wind ripped metal panels off of SpaceX's largest facility. Luckily, the company has a backup.
Hurricane Matthew pounded NASA and SpaceX buildings in Florida — here’s what some of the damage looks like
When Hurricane Matthew hit eastern Florida, its powerful wind and waves dealt significant damage to Kennedy Space Center buildings used by NASA and SpaceX.
Hurricane Matthew is in many ways an unusual, powerful, and alarming hurricane as it moves toward Florida for a Friday morning landfall.
It's big enough to swallow the entire Pentagon building.