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Elon Musk just trolled Jeff Bezos on Twitter, and it could reignite a years-old feud between the billionaires
Elon Musk's tweet responded to Amazon's plans to launch thousands of satellites that would deliver high-speed internet to remote parts of the world.
Amazon hired a former SpaceX exec to launch its satellite constellation plan after he was fired by Elon Musk
Rajeev Baydal was SpaceX's VP of Satellites before reportedly being fired in June.
Amazon to launch a constellation of 3,236 satellites to help people who don’t have access to high-speed internet
Amazon's satellite plan is codenamed 'Project Kuiper' and could cost billions of dollars, according to GeekWire.
India’s anti-satellite missile test may have created 6,500 pieces of space junk larger than a pencil eraser, according to a new simulation
A new video by Analytical Graphics shows a simulation of India's anti-satellite missile creating clouds of high-speed space junk around Earth.
India fired a missile that destroyed one of its own satellites about 185 miles above Earth. Such anti-satellite tests should worry us all.
SpaceX plans to launch the biggest "ride share" space mission in US history, called SSO-A, on Monday around 1:32 p.m. EST. Watch it live on YouTube.
Amazon is building a dozen satellite transmission facilities that it hopes will extend its lucrative cloud model into space
Amazon is creating a network of satellite stations and antennas that companies can lease to download satellite imagery and data.
SpaceX is about to rocket a fleet of satellites into space that will hunt smugglers, pirates, and other ‘dark ships’
SpaceX is about to launch 71 satellites on a Falcon 9 rocket. Three of the spacecraft will help hunt down boats that don't want to be found.
The International Space Station sprang a leak yesterday — and it shows why a space junk disaster could cut off human access to space
The International Space Station briefly sprang a small leak, but NASA says the six-person crew in orbit is safe. A tiny piece of space trash may have caused the leak. Experts worry that a large hit could lead to a "Kessler syndrome" event that cuts off human access to space.
China reportedly wants to extend its surveillance state to the South China Sea by launching satellites to watch "every reef and ship" in the contested waterway, as the country moves to consolidate its dominance in defiance of neighbors and international law.