Elon Musk's SpaceX skyrockets to $100 billion

SpaceX, the Hawthorne, California-based business that lands its leftover rocket rockets to create sights right out of science fiction, is the best illustration of this.

It has aspirations to replace international airline flights with orbital rocket rides.

Build a global broadband network.

And, finally to produce a Mars rocket.

Elon Musk’s rocket firm, SpaceX, was founded with the vision of sending humans to Mars.

It’s been over two decades since it launched NASA humans into orbit.

Musk aspires to build a greenhouse on Mars with seeds and nutrition gel at the turn of the millennium, basically establishing life there.

SpaceX became the first privately funded enterprise to place a payload in Earth orbit.

The company has grown substantially throughout its existence, from 160 people in November 2005 to about 7,000 in November 2019.

On May 30, 2020, the firm launched two humans to the International Space Station (ISS) onboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon.

Musk had wanted to reach Mars by 2010, but it took six years merely to put one rocket into orbit.

SpaceX is almost ready to begin creating a permanent human settlement on Mars with its gigantic Starship rocket.

Elon Musk's SpaceX skyrockets to $100 billion