The stars are aligning for Tuesday to be quite the bookend to a transformational year for commercial space exploration.
It’s been almost 30 years since Elon Musk left South Africa to start a new life in North America. Now, the billionaire may be about to bring his Tesla electric cars back home.
Elon Musk’s rocket company launched a commercial satellite for Argentina on Sunday evening, marking SpaceX’s 17th mission of 2018 in the type of steady success that so far has eluded his electric-car maker Tesla.
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa will hitch the first SpaceX ride around the moon and plans to invite as many as eight artists to join him – with the rocket Elon Musk possibly signing up for the space flight.
The wild tweet hit Wall Street at precisely 12:48pm on Tuesday – and things just keep getting wilder. Seemingly out of the blue, Elon Musk proclaimed that he might pull his money-losing Tesla off the market.