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The World Needs More of Richard Branson's 'Hubris'
The criticism of Sir Richard Branson's role in the SpaceShipTwo crash is a knock on entrepreneurship itself.
This Could Be Why the Virgin Galactic Spaceship Crashed
Investigators say a key function of the craft deployed early.
Elon Musk Wants to Colonize Mars in Order to Fend Off Human Extinction
Musk hopes to begin sending settlers to Mars by the year 2040, with a full colony of 1 million slated to arrive by century's end.
Jeff Bezos' Enigmatic Aerospace Company Scores Knockout Contract
The Amazon founder's Blue Origin aerospace outfit will develop rocket engines for the United Launch Alliance -- a joint venture between Lockheed Martin and Boeing that creates spacecraft for the U.S. government.
A Poor, Sleepy Border Town Just Won Billionaire Entrepreneur Elon Musk's Business
Brownsville, Texas, will be home to the world's first commercial rocket launch complex, built by SpaceX.
Artificial Intelligence Has Elon Musk Deeply Concerned
He's afraid it will produce a 'Terminator'-like catastrophe, and could be more 'more dangerous than nukes.'
Buzz Aldrin on the Future of Space Travel: 'Get Your Ass to Mars!'
The pioneering astronaut thinks that going to the moon again isn't a good use of our resources. Instead, he's got his eye on Mars.
Elon Musk: I'm Afraid of a 'Terminator'-Like Catastrophe
In an interview with CNBC, Musk said his investment in the artificial-intelligence venture Vicarious marks an effort to keep tabs on a potential robotic uprising.
Are Richard Branson and Google Teaming For Space Travel?
According to reports, Google is mulling a stake in Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic, a deal in which the tech giant would have to pony up $30 million in exchange for access to pioneering space-travel technology.
Houston, We Have No Problems: Ready Your Idea for Take Off
If you ever need to explain the process of building a new product to your CEO, manager or investor, just look to space travel.