Articles tagged: SpaceX
Scitech — March 6, 2017
It seems tourism is exploring its final frontier: space. In late 2018, SpaceX will place two tourists in its Dragon capsule and slingshot them around the moon. The journey will take seven days. Anothe...
Scitech — February 27, 2017
Launching things into space is expensive — really expensive. A rocket costs more than a commercial jet. But unlike jets that make thousands of trips before being retired, rockets are used only once be...
Scitech — April 11, 2016 (Natrat/Carnival Preview)
New material turns water to steam without boiling
Scitech — January 25, 2016 (Housing)
Carnegie Mellon University Hyperloop team gave a quick overview presentation of their entry for the 2016 SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition on Friday, Jan. 22.
Forum — October 19, 2015
Here is my political philosophy in a nutshell: I am passionately against anything that delays the future in which humanity is out there, exploring the stars. This basic policy has allowed me to separa...
Forum — April 20, 2015 (Carnival Review)
On Tuesday, Apr. 14, Elon Musk’s transport service company, SpaceX, launched a rocket for the second time this year. Onlookers had high hopes, but were disappointed when the rocket crashed and explode...
Scitech — April 20, 2015 (Carnival Review)
Researchers develop invisible objects
Scitech — April 13, 2015 (Carnival Preview)
Navigation system found to be almost as effective as sight
Forum — February 2, 2015 (Housing)
Earlier this month, Senator Ted Cruz was named chair of the newly renamed Subcommittee on Space, Science, and Competitiveness. He is expected to be confirmed in the coming days. The subcommittee has s...
Scitech — February 2, 2015 (Housing)
Google[x] unveils contact lenses to track blood sugar