Sitting back and hoping that things go well is probably not a reasonable strategy, safety experts have warned following the space adventures of billionaires Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos.
As Covid-19 has frozen the international travel on which they once thrived, double-decker, four-engine planes like the Airbus A380 and Boeing 747 are more likely to be found in storage than soaring through the skies.
The US and China are moving beyond bellicose trade threats to exchanging regulatory punches that threaten a wide range of industries including technology, energy and air travel.
SpaceX is on course to make history on Wednesday as it launches two astronauts into space, the first time a private company has attempted to do so.
Elon Musk is about to face his biggest test after almost two decades as a space entrepreneur: launching human beings into orbit.
The tech bubble is popping, but not in the way anyone expected. After years of fretting that free-spending start-ups with unrealistic valuations would bring down the start-up economy on its own, a global pandemic is doing it in instead.
Toyota is making a $394-million investment in Joby Aviation, one of the handful of companies with the seemingly implausible goal of making electric air taxis that shuttle people over gridlocked highways and city streets.
Spacewalking astronauts have added another parking spot to the International Space Station. It will be used by SpaceX and Boeing once they start launching astronauts to the orbiting lab late this year or early next year.
Aerospace firm Boeing has announced plans to work on self-flying taxis with an American start-up backed by Google co-founder Larry Page.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX launched 60 Starlink satellites late on Thursday, a key step in Musk’s vision of creating a space-based network to provide broadband service around the world.