SpaceX is in an epic effort to make humans a multi-planetary species, and escape the trap of Fermi's Paradox. To achieve this the Company has been adopting 3D-printing to gain efficiencies and reduce costs. Will it be enough?
Relativity Space is trying to 3D print a space rocket, and if successful, could revolutionize the space launch industry
They say it is not about the destination, but about the journey. What if that journey is designed to last forever?
With a wildly passionate fan base, first-principles processes, and a robust launch manifest to fund its reusable first-stage rocket program, SpaceX has secured its position as the most competitively operating aerospace company in the world.
$60 million rockets? What a bargain!
SpaceX uses product and process innovation to reliably deliver the lowest cost per kg of payload to orbit.
Through cutting-edge innovation, vertical integration, and an emphasis on recruiting/retention, SpaceX will succeed at making life multi-planetary and enable humanity's survival.
SpaceX is offering the lowest cost to orbit by turning traditional operations of the space industry upside down
At SpaceX the name of the game is moving material into space at the lowest cost conceivable. This is being accomplished by radical innovation in manufacturing and rocket design principles.