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Eric Berger
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"I'm a little disappointed in us ... to know that we're really not much further along."
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For a company with grand goals, 2017 requires a focus on the Falcon 9 rocket.
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Company needs to return to regular flights to become profitable again.
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SpaceX has kept its finances largely shrouded from public view—until now.
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Environmental assessment says SpaceX could launch 6 Falcon Heavy rockets a year.
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Cataclysmic merger of two stars should briefly create a very bight, red object.
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The skinny rocket stood less than 10 meters tall, with a diameter of half a meter.
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Moon Express is one of five teams competing for the Google Lunar X Prize.
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Latest concerns are raised in Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel's annual report.
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“Our community is passionate about Venus, but we’re getting pretty thin.”
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Writing about space -- from astronomy to new space to NASA policy -- for Ars Technica.
Introduction
Eric Berger is the senior space editor at Ars Technica, covering everything from astronomy to private space to wonky NASA policy. Eric has an astronomy degree from the University of Texas and a master's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri. One day, he'd like to see humans land on Mars.
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Covered innumerable tropical systems without ever getting blown over on camera for dramatic effect.
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