It's been far easier for Elon Musk to send a rocket to the Mars than move a pebble in Washington, D.C.
That could be changing, according to The Washington Post. The SpaceX entrepreneur's tunnel digging company, The Boring Company, recently received
Tesla isn't like other car makers, and you can say the same about its CEO, Elon Musk.
Namely because Musk seems rather proactive when it comes to customer suggestions, responding to a owner's Model 3 crash experience on Twitter.
Picture this: A crew of the first humans to journey beyond Earth and the moon arrive at Mars. Their boots touch the rusty surface of the red planet after a months-long trip through deep space.
Who are they? How do they understand what they see
We've been watching "Starman" cruise through space in his cosmic Tesla Roadster for a week now.
But on Valentine's Day, Elon Musk's shrewd payload from SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket will disappear into deep space — and you can watch it happen
Why buy crap when you could build your own crap, thanks to instructional videos on YouTube?
One YouTuber recently posted the most badass DIY video that shows viewers how to make an exact replica of Elon Musk's promotional flamethrowers.
If you think you were excited watching SpaceX's Falcon Heavy launch, here's how Elon Musk handled it.
On Saturday, National Geographic shared an exclusive clip of the SpaceX CEO taking in Tuesday's launch.
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Humanity's first-ever permanent space library was effectively founded this week, as the three books of Isaac Asimov's Foundation Trilogy blasted into the solar system.
The novels weren't really expected to make it to space. They weren't deliberately
With constant news coming out about Tesla, SpaceX, and The Boring Company, it's really easy to get bogged down on the many developments with Elon Musk's companies.
But take a step back, and it's easy to see that Elon Musk is an absolute madman.
Launching a Tesla Roadster into outer space may have been ridiculous, but the vehicle is far from being worthless space junk.
The stunt actually served an important engineering purpose.
Engineers commonly load their rockets with heavy simulation
Unless you spent your day under a rock on Tuesday, you probably already know that SpaceX successfully launched its largest rocket ever, the Falcon Heavy. Oh, and on that rocket was a Telsa Roadster, because why not?
Elon Musk shared the last image
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