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Via Axios
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Elon Musk says there's a 70% chance he'll hop on board one of SpaceX's rockets to Mars in his lifetime. 

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Elon Musk Defends Actions In Bizarre Twitter Thread

Elon Musk always keeps us on our toes, and he's finally here to explain all his strange behavior lately. You know...the flamethrows / robo-dragon thing for instance.

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Comedian Doubles Down, Says Elon Musk Should Donate SpaceX Money, Gets Ripped Apart Again

Yesterday we shared a Twitter thread in which comedian Laurie Kilmartin was ADAMANT that Elon Musk should donate his money to charity instead of wasting it on the funding of SpaceX.


After she got reasoned into the dirt she reopened the discussion by retweeting our post. She then proceeded to get torn apart AGAIN.

C'mon Laurie. Stop doubling down and just admit you made a bad argument. 

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SpaceX's Dragon Splashes Down!

SpaceX's second supply run to the ISS was a resounding success! Now we can sit and just be overly excited for the next trip in September.

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SpaceX has been launching rockets in Florida or California for quite some time, but Texas will likely see most of the action once the company finishes building its new spaceport in Cameron County. While SpaceX CEO Elon Musk hasn't made an official announcement yet, a Florida official (who's understandably disappointed by the development) confirmed that the Lone Star State has indeed landed the contract. In fact, the Federal Aviation Administration already gave SpaceX its blessing to do 12 launches per year (mostly of its Falcon 9 and upcoming Falcon Heavy rockets) from the 56.5 acre site.