SpaceX Aims for the Sky in Historic Launch

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Eighteen years ago, Elon Musk started planning for a program that would help to accelerate humanity’s thrust towards the stars. While it seemed like a fanciful thought back then, yesterday’s joint effort between Musk’s SpaceX and NASA shows that public-private partnerships may be the right way to fuel innovation. This advancement is a significant step, because it demonstrates recovery of the US Space Program, long…

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Self-employed writer. Amateur Game Dev. Personal finance enthusiast. Techie. Traveler. Made a side-hustle into a full time gig. https://ko-fi.com/thechain

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