Each month we round up some of the top stories in space, entrepreneurship, innovation, finance and technology.

Here’s our round-up for March:
JEFF BEZOS SHARES ‘SNEAK PEEK’ OF BLUE ORIGIN CREW CAPSULE

Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos released a set of images depicting the capsule his company is developing to launch passengers on its New Shepard suborbital spacecraft. Read here.
“Every seat’s a window seat.” Credit: Blue Origin
“Every seat’s a window seat.” Credit: Blue Origin
ESA SELECTS A SECOND POTENTIAL LANDING SITE FOR EXOMARS 2020 ROVER

Europe is going to investigate a second site on Mars as a possible destination to send its 2021 rover. Read more here.
A concept of the European Space Agency’s ExoMars Rover. Credit: European Space Agency/AOES Medialab artist’s concept
A concept of the European Space Agency’s ExoMars Rover. Credit: European Space Agency/AOES Medialab artist’s concept
SPACEX TO LAUNCH FALCON HEAVY WITH TWO “FLIGHT-PROVEN” BOOSTERS THIS YEAR

SpaceX plans to conduct the debut launch of the Falcon Heavy rocket this summer using two boosters that have already flown on other missions, SpaceX Founder and Chief Executive Elon Musk said. Read about it here.
SpaceX Falcon Heavy concept art. Credit: SpaceX
SpaceX Falcon Heavy concept art. Credit: SpaceX
WATCH SPACEX LAND A USED ROCKET FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER

SpaceX made history last week when it landed a used Falcon 9 rocket on one of its drone ships in the Atlantic Ocean. Never before has the space transport outfit attempted to relaunch one of its recovered rockets before, making this a landmark moment in SpaceX’s ongoing rocket reusability mission. Watch the full webcast below.

BOEING’S PROPOSED DEEP SPACE EXPLORER WILL BE OUR STEPPING STONE TO MARS

With everyone in such a rush to get the hell off this planet, we’re gonna need some pretty sophisticated digs to ferry us to the Moon, Mars, and beyond. Thankfully, Boeing’s all over it: On April 3rd, the company revealed its concepts for a lunar outpost and a deep space explorer. Read more here.

Lead image, Credit: Boeing