We once marvelled at Neil Armstrong. Now space is a playground for the rich | John Harris

Nasas greatest feats were a triumph for mankind. History will be less kind to todays space pioneers, says Guardian columnist John Harris The promised journey is from Earth to the edge of space, rather than London Euston to Crewe, but the story of Richard Bransons company Virgin Galactic still has echoes of a bad passenger […]

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A Billionaire is Taking 8 Artists Around the Moon for Free to Inspire Them

After paying for the rights to be the first private SpaceX customer to fly around the moon, Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa has announced his #dearMoon project which seeks to invite 6-8 artists from around the world to join him on his mission in hopes of inspiring them. The 42-year-old entrepreneur and renowned art collector is […]

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What Its Like When Elon Musks Twitter Mob Comes After You

Female journalists who cover Elon Musk have the same personal rule: Mention his name on Twitter at your peril. Thats because there is an armymostly young, mostly white, almost entirely menthat marches behind him. These MuskBros, as we call them, make it their mission to descend on women who criticize Musk, and tear them to […]

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Inclusivity Win: SpaceX Has Successfully Launched A Handicap-Accessible Ramp Into Orbit

Well, it looks like the possibilities of outer space just opened up for a whole lot more people. After years without any options for the disabled, SpaceX stepped up to the challenge, and they delivered in a huge way. As of Tuesday, they have now successfully launched a handicap-accessible ramp into orbit. Awesome! The ramp, […]

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