Musk, the founder and CEO of the company, posted a photo of the suit on Instagram and promised more in the days to come.
Soar above the Pacific Ocean like never before in this 360º
hang gliding lesson with Zac Majors.
Grab a g-suit and experience what it’s like to fly in a jet aircraft
Devil rays are mysterious sea creatures that are rarely seen in the wild. With their population dwindling, biologists are racing to learn more about these rays before they disappear.
The first total solar eclipse in 99 years will sweep across the continental US today.
While the darkest shadow will be visible along a 70-mile-wide path from Oregon to South Carolina, a partial view of the eclipse will be visible as far north as Canada and as far south as Brazil.
New research, published in the journal Nature, describes the convection in the outer atmosphere that precedes the death of red supergiant stars.
California-based Made In Space successfully printed “extended structures” inside a thermal-vacuum chamber in June at NASA’s Ames Research Center.
Mosquitoes kill more people annually than any other animal on earth. But several research companies are looking to tame this issue.
This system applies subtle stylistic techniques gleaned from a musician's work to samples of another artist, suggesting how one musician would likely have played another's music.
Scientists have combined light-harvesting semiconductors with a catalytic bacterium to efficiently convert light, water, and carbon dioxide into chemicals.
A California startup is repurposing trains and rail cars to help renewable energy utilities compete with fossil fuels.
A startup called Energy and Environmental Sustainability is taking cactus waste from the Milpa Alta neighborhood of the capital and turning it into biogas.
Nature vs nurture seems to play a role in every aspect of our lives and that is true even for physical abilities associated with sports!
The beneficial bugs that make up athletes’ intestinal microbiome might provide a natural performance-enhancing boost, say Harvard researchers.
We've known for a while that ancient humans got busy with Neanderthals, but how exactly did that Neanderthal DNA affect modern humans?
Analysis of a 2,000-year-old Roman pipe fragment from Pompeii revealed traces of antimony, a chemical that’s even more toxic than lead.
The placebo effect has long been known to influence belief, but researchers say they’ve discovered how the brain lights up when under its influence.
Excavations of human remains in England show that the bodies were eaten, with the skulls shaped into cups and the bones engraved, suggesting ritualistic associations.