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SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says the reusable craft should be ready to transport humans by 2016, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
Ramon Torres, project manager at Sentinel-1, discusses the satellite launch aiming to monitor the environment.
SpaceEx is lowering the cost of access to space exploration, says Steve Jurvetson, Tesla and SpaceX board member and managing partner at Draper Fisher Jurvetson, on the affordability of a "new-space period."
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports Elon Musk is testifying in front of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee about the national security of space launch programs.
The world’s super-rich could soon switch from setting up home in the traditional property hot spots such as London to heading for outer space.
Scientists are working to ensure astronauts don't die of dehydration. Now those solutions could ease futures droughts on earth.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on inflatable space habitats for the 17 rocket companies now at the Mohave Air and Space Port.
Hotel pioneer Robert Bigelow has been constructing his latest real estate project in space.
The place where the Right Stuff was born is now the home of the new private space industry.
China has boldly gone where only the U.S. and Russia have gone before...to the Moon. CNBC's Deirdre Wang Morris has more.
A Chinese spacecraft landed on the moon on Saturday, the official Xinhua news service reported.
Craig Keeger, CEO of Virgin Atlantic, says the UK needs to develop a single airport hub.
Sir Richard Branson appeared on CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Friday and announced that his commercial space flight venture will accept bitcoin as payment, "a new exciting currency."
Two firms have announced plans to send missions to asteroids within the next three years in order to mine the ore and metals on the space rocks.
Robert Bigelow is applying to amend a 1967 international agreement on the moon so that a system of private property rights can be established there.
Check out a solar phenomenon known as "the canyon of fire".
NASA's newest delivery service pulled up at the International Space Station on Sunday after a week's delay, bringing more than a half-ton of supplies.
The Mars One venture says more than 200,000 people registered their interest in taking a one-way trip to the Red Planet. NBC reports.
David Marcus, PayPal president, discusses the company's initiative to set up a new payment system for future space tourists.
In just a few hours a two-mile wide asteroid will pass right by Earth, if it veers off course and collides with your house, will insurance cover it? CNBC's Jane Wells has the answer.