1. Elon Musk says SpaceX's Crew Dragon could fly first humans to space as soon as December this year  Daily Mail
  2. SpaceX news: Elon Musks hints '10 weeks' to launch as NASA loses patience over Crew Dragon  Express.co.uk
  3. ‘Time to deliver’ Elon Musk? NASA nervous as spaceship delays threaten to cut off astronauts from ISS  RT
  4. Boeing Targets Dec. 17 for First Test Flight to Space Station  Bloomberg
  5. NASA administrator set to tour SpaceX’s rocket, spaceship factory with Elon Musk  Teslarati
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In a tweet on Wednesday, Musk said that the both the Crew Dragon capsule and the Falcon 9 rocket that is designed to propel it into space are on pace to finish testing in the next 10 weeks.In a tweet on Wednesday, Musk said that the both the Crew Dragon capsule and the Falcon 9 rocket that is designed to propel it into space are on pace to finish testing in the next 10 weeks.

Elon Musk says SpaceX's Crew Dragon could fly first humans to space as soon as December this year | Daily Mail Online

SPACEX boss Elon Musk has teased a 10-week countdown to launch for the Crew Dragon, less than two weeks after NASA’s harsh criticism over delays to the Commercial Crew contract.SPACEX boss Elon Musk has teased a 10-week countdown to launch for the Crew Dragon, less than two weeks after NASA’s harsh criticism over delays to the Commercial Crew contract.

SpaceX news: Elon Musk claims 10 weeks to Crew Dragon launch as NASA loses patience | Science | News | Express.co.uk

In quick succession, an October 3rd conversation between SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine culminated in the announcement of a (likely) last-second October 10th media event at SpaceX’s rocket factory headquarters. Situated in Hawthorne, California, NASA says that the media event will follow immediately after Musk is scheduled to give Bridenstine a […]

NASA administrator set to tour SpaceX's rocket, spaceship factory with Elon Musk

Boeing plans to perform a pad abort test for its CST-100 Starliner commercial crew vehicle in early November and an uncrewed orbital flight in mid-December.Boeing plans to perform a pad abort test for its CST-100 Starliner commercial crew vehicle in early November and an uncrewed orbital flight in mid-December.

Boeing, SpaceX press towards commercial crew test flights this year - SpaceNews.com

“Source says "full panic has ensued" as NASA realizes commercial crew may not be ready in first half of 2020; and Gerstenmeier is no longer around to help the companies along, or negotiate with Russians for more Soyuz seats. Focus on Artemis may put ISS program in real danger.”

Eric Berger on Twitter: "Source says "full panic has ensued" as NASA realizes commercial crew may not be ready in first half of 2020; and Gerstenmeier is no longer around to help the companies along, or negotiate with Russians for more Soyuz seats. Focus on Artemis may put ISS program in real danger."

“I’ll be visiting @SpaceX tomorrow! You can watch live right here on Twitter as I address the media on @Commercial_Crew progress with @elonmusk at 5 p.m. EDT (2 p.m. PDT). Tune in! https://t.co/fthgz1y9bv”

Jim Bridenstine on Twitter: "I’ll be visiting @SpaceX tomorrow! You can watch live right here on Twitter as I address the media on @Commercial_Crew progress with @elonmusk at 5 p.m. EDT (2 p.m. PDT). Tune in! https://t.co/fthgz1y9bv"

“Elon Musk says SpaceX Crew Dragon could be almost ready by Christmas - CNET https://t.co/cXcGWQTA9w”

Tania Gonzalez on Twitter: "Elon Musk says SpaceX Crew Dragon could be almost ready by Christmas - CNET https://t.co/cXcGWQTA9w"

“NASA: RT JimBridenstine: I’ll be visiting SpaceX tomorrow! You can watch live right here on Twitter as I address the media on Commercial_Crew progress with elonmusk at 5 p.m. EDT (2 p.m. PDT). Tune in! https://t.co/Mme4kT6gax”

Chad Franzen WSAW on Twitter: "NASA: RT JimBridenstine: I’ll be visiting SpaceX tomorrow! You can watch live right here on Twitter as I address the media on Commercial_Crew progress with elonmusk at 5 p.m. EDT (2 p.m. PDT). Tune in! https://t.co/Mme4kT6gax"

With NASA’s contract with Russia about to run out without a replacement spaceship ready, the US space agency is leaning on SpaceX to hurry up and deliver. CEO Elon Musk says everything is on schedule – but is it?With NASA’s contract with Russia about to run out without a replacement spaceship ready, the US space agency is leaning on SpaceX to hurry up and deliver. CEO Elon Musk says everything is on schedule – but is it?

‘Time to deliver’ Elon Musk? NASA nervous as spaceship delays threaten to cut off astronauts from ISS — RT USA News

Bloomberg - Are you a robot?

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is paying commercial launch contractors SpaceX and Boeing Co $6.8 billion to build rocket-and-capsule systems to return astronauts to the International Space Station from U.S. soil for the first time since America's space shuttle program ended inThe National Aeronautics and Space Administration is paying commercial launch contractors SpaceX and Boeing Co $6.8 billion to build rocket-and-capsule systems to return astronauts to the International Space Station from U.S. soil for the first time since America's space shuttle program ended in

NASA boss to tour SpaceX factory after feud over capsule delays

A key safety test of SpaceX's Crew Dragon astronaut taxi could occur as early as next month, Elon Musk said.The hardware is already at Cape Canaveral.

SpaceX May Launch Crucial Crew Dragon Abort Test Next Month, Elon Musk Says | Space

NASA has released a series of VR tours exploring the push to bring crewed launch capabilities back to American soil.NASA has released a series of virtual reality (VR) tours that give viewers an inside look at the ongoing effort to bring crewed spaceflight and launch capabilities back to American soil. The videos walk users through key locations where the next generation of habitable spacecraft – SpaceX’s Crew Dragon and Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner – are being built.

America's crewed spaceflight program showcased in VR tours

NASA has been growing impatient over delays to its Commercial Crew program to fly to the International Space Station from the US once again.NASA has been growing impatient over delays to its Commercial Crew program to fly to the International Space Station from the US once again.

Elon Musk says SpaceX Crew Dragon could be almost ready by Christmas - CNET

All of the crew mission hardware may reach Florida in December.All of the crew mission hardware may reach Florida in December.

It looks like SpaceX is now prioritizing Crew Dragon—which is great for NASA | Ars Technica

All of the crew mission hardware may reach Florida in December.All of the crew mission hardware may reach Florida in December.

It looks like SpaceX is now prioritizing Crew Dragon—which is great for NASA | Ars Technica

NASA and SpaceX are working together to send humans back to the Moon and beyond.NASA and SpaceX are working together to send humans back to the Moon and beyond.

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine to Visit SpaceX Headquarters

Questions are circling around NASA’s Commercial Crew program, which has asked SpaceX and Boeing to design a capsule to transport humans to and from the International Space Station. The capsules, SpaceX’s Crew Dragon and Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner, are designed to end NASA’s dependance on Russian Soyuz rockets.Will the capsule be ready?

SpaceX Crew Dragon: Elon Musk responds as NASA hits 'full panic' mode | Inverse

SpaceX founder Elon Musk has confirmed that the Crew Dragon spacecraft being built for NASA is progressing well and hopes to fly astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken to the International SpaceSpaceX founder Elon Musk has confirmed that the Crew Dragon spacecraft being built for NASA is progressing well and hopes to fly astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken to the International Space

Elon Musk Confirms SpaceX Prioritizing NASA Mission: 'All Testing Done In 10 Weeks'

When Elon Musk announced the launch of SpaceX ($SPACEX) in 2002, comparisons to Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin ($BLUEORIGIN) surfaced seemingly within seconds, and a private space war was born. As both companies engage in their own space race, and compete for private and government launch contracts, they've both been on hiring sprees virtually since the day they were born.When Elon Musk announced the launch of SpaceX ($SPACEX) in 2002, comparisons to Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin ($BLUEORIGIN) surfaced seemingly within seconds, and a private space war was born. As both companies engage in their own space race, and compete for private and government launch contracts, they've both been on hiring sprees virtually since the day they were born.

Blue Origin is outpacing SpaceX in hiring as NASA contracts roll in, but not for long | Thinknum Media

Boeing reveals target dates for initial Starliner test flights – Spaceflight Now