SpaceX has not yet completed a rocket that brings the group to outer space before Japan 's billionaire Yosimu Maesawa realizes his dream of seeing the moon in groups of artists. The company needs a lot of money to raise the development funding of a car called BFR and wealthy customers may be SpaceX's best financing means.
On Monday Mr. Musk said that the total cost to develop WCR is about $ 5 billion, costs not exceeding $ 10 billion, but over $ 2 billion. Musk also said SpaceX spent about 5% of its resources on creating this new car at the moment.
Musk argues that WCR can ultimately be funded by existing SpaceX projects. This includes launch satellites for both commercial customers and the Department of Defense, cargo to the NASA International Space Station and satellites for the astronauts. The sales of these companies seems to be insufficient for SpaceX to have all the necessary funds. EarlyHowever,. Space X is likely to need to inject funds from either people like Maezawa who are interested in WEC or from tourists who wants to go to the International Space Station. Otherwise, as Musk currently plans, WCR will probably not start for the first time in the next two years.
SpaceX ~so We are increasing the annual launch rate to help generate more money. However, the company has only released dozens of payloads a year. Last year, SpaceX released 18 Falcon 9s. More than 24 launches are planned this year. "Certainly they have a very good business and can account for the majority of commercial space launching activities," says associate professor Greg Autry. Southern California, specializing in new space companies. But the Falcon 9 rocket begins at $ 62 million per mission, and it makes it …
Hope you like the news:
The easiest way for Elon Musk to make money for SpaceX may be tourism
#Stay Tuned For More Updates :)The Compsmag is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, which is an affiliate advertising program designed to offer sites a means to earn advertising costs by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.