SpaceX recently signed two agreements: one with Axiom Space to fly a private mission up to the ISS, and one with Space Adventures for a free-flying tourist flight up to 1,000 kilometers. I discuss these two missions and why agreements like this are key to SpaceX’s long-term strategy.
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- Axiom Space plans first-ever fully private human spaceflight mission to International Space Station
- Episode T+147: Mike Suffredini, President & CEO of Axiom - Main Engine Cut Off
- Space Adventures Announces Agreement with SpaceX to Launch Private Citizens on the Crew Dragon Spacecraft - Space Adventures
- NASA Awards Psyche Launch to SpaceX, Who Now Has Its First Mars Launch on the Books - Main Engine Cut Off
- Farewell, Red Dragon - Main Engine Cut Off
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