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Space Travel

Jeff Bezos

Jeff Bezos Reveals His Daily Decision-Making Goal and 30 Other Crazy Things We've Learned About the Amazon Founder

The richest man in the world has come a long way since he launched Amazon in 1994.

Jeff Bezos Reveals His 'Blue Moon' Lunar Lander

Blue Origin is also working on a rocket engine for its moon missions.

SpaceX Loses Falcon Heavy's Center Booster to the Sea

It wasn't able to make its way back to the port.

SpaceX's 'Starhopper' Test Vehicle Takes a Short Raptor-Powered Trip

Elon Musk said all systems are green after its tiny tethered hop.

SpaceX Launches the First Private Moon Lander on Israel's Behalf

The robotic spacecraft was a Google's Lunar XPrize finalist.

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