As you know, Elon Musk’s SpaceX program officially hit a milestone by docking its Dragon craft with the International Space Station. This hasn’t been an overnight success story, as Musk has been working on SpaceX since 2002.
Here are a few clips from a Standord talk Musk did in October 2003. It’s absolutely fascinating. The entire journey to becoming an alternative to government-run space agency is a true testament of the determination that the entire SpaceX crew had.
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Can you imagine how many people told Elon Musk that this was not only something simply not chasing, but that it was impossible? Quite a few, I’m sure and it looks like they were wrong.
In this clip, Musk talks about the beginning of SpaceX and traveling to Moscow to buy a Russian launch:
In the following clip, Musk talks about the state of space travel in the United States and the opportunity for the space sector to grow:
Below, Musk suggests that space travel is not for the first-time entrepreneur:
You can watch the entire talk here, it’s definitely worth your time.