Elon Musk borrowed US$1 billion from SpaceX in same month of Twitter deal, WSJ says
Musk is SpaceX's largest shareholder with a 42% stake and almost 79% of its voting power as of March, the report says.
US sues SpaceX, alleges hiring discrimination against asylum seekers, refugees
The lawsuit also seeks civil penalties in an amount to be determined by court and policy changes to ensure SpaceX complies with the federal non-discrimination mandate going forward.
Indonesia, SpaceX launch satellite to boost internet connectivity
Roughly two-thirds of Indonesia's 280 million population already use the internet, but connectivity is limited in far-flung, underdeveloped eastern islands of the Southeast Asian country.
Private astronaut crew, including first Arab woman in orbit, returns from space station
The SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule carrying them parachuted into the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Panama City, Florida, after a 12-hour return flight and blazing re-entry plunge through Earth's atmosphere.
SpaceX launches latest space station crew to orbit for Nasa
The SpaceX launch vehicle lifted off at 12.34am EST (0534 GMT) from Nasa's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Nasa, SpaceX postpone launch of next space station crew at 11th hour
The US space agency and SpaceX, the private rocket company founded by billionaire Elon Musk, cited a technical glitch concerning the flow of ignition fluid used to help start the spacecraft's engines.
SpaceX test-fires engines of massive Starship rocket booster
It is the most powerful rocket ever built, designed to eventually send astronauts to the Moon and beyond.
SpaceX gets US approval to deploy up to 7,500 satellites
Some other decisions meanwhile have been put on hold.
Nasa, SpaceX to study ways to boost orbit of Hubble telescope
SpaceX, whose Crew Dragon capsule ferries astronauts and cargo to and from the International Space Station for Nasa, will fully fund the six-month study, Nasa's science chief says.
Europe eyes Musk's SpaceX to replace Russian rockets
The political fallout from Russia's invasion of Ukraine has already been a boon for SpaceX's Falcon 9, which has swept up other customers severing ties with Moscow's increasingly isolated space sector.
Azmin tours SpaceX ahead of Starlink service launch in Malaysia
The international trade and industry minister says Malaysia looks forward to welcoming SpaceX and Starlink’s presence in the country.
Chinese citizens slam Musk online after space station near-misses
With nearly 30,000 satellites and other debris believed to be orbiting the planet, scientists have urged governments to share data to reduce the risk of catastrophic space collisions.