Last Call: This Space Company Is About to Launch!
The Race to Space is red-hot…
But we finally have a clear winner.
Just last year, investors and media outlets discussed how it was unknown who would come out on top.
The three contenders are well-known…
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin, Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic or Elon Musk’s SpaceX.
They all differed in goals, and funding strategies.
But one of these companies has the “right stuff.”
And even though this space firm is far ahead of the competition, you have a chance right now to still profit off the space industry’s next big move…
If you haven’t guessed by now, SpaceX is the favorite in the space race…
The company has shown time and time again that it can deliver mission success.
You obviously shouldn’t count out the other space companies.
But just this year, SpaceX has broken records once thought impossible by a private company.
On May 30, they were the first private company to successfully send astronauts to the ISS. And last month they were the first to bring astronauts back from space to Earth.
Yesterday, for the first time they flew their Mars mission prototype Starship 150 meters off the ground.
And now, with 600 Starlink satellites in orbit, SpaceX has plans to bring direct high-speed satellite internet to 1 million people in a first round beta test.
All of this success hasn’t gone unnoticed either…
Just yesterday, SpaceX beat out Blue Origin for a contract with the U.S. Government to deliver military payloads to space. They were awarded $316 million for an undetermined number of launches between 2022 and 2027.
I am certain that the successful partnership between SpaceX and NASA had something to do with the decision.
Competition has provided rocket fuel to the space sector.
Pushing New Boundaries
While Blue Origin continues to nip at SpaceX’s heels… and Virgin Galactic delays its commercial launches again…
SpaceX wants to break more records.
And their next launch mission may break another incredible one…
In their upcoming 100th mission, SpaceX wants to use the same booster that they’ve used on 5 previous missions.
It would break the record on reusability for rockets which is huge for saving costs on missions.
It currently costs $62 million to launch a rocket. And successfully recovering a booster saves approximately $46 million of that cost. You cut costs by 2/3 just by being able to reuse and recover a rocket booster. And the more you do it, the more costs you save in the end.
This allows the company to save for more ambitious projects like a moon base, a mission to Mars…
Or even providing global high-speed internet to every inch of the world.
SpaceX is already making around 120 satellites a month. And they plan on opening up the first rounds of high-speed internet later this year.
Better, faster, and more reliable rockets means more satellites. And that means a faster timeline to get this project up and running.
Right now, we’re at a breaking point for this young internet industry.
And you don’t want to miss out on this amazing chance to potentially profit off its growth.
Don’t miss the boat on this one…
To a bright future,