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MAKING HISTORY
SpaceX has gained worldwide attention for a series of historic milestones. It is the only private company capable of returning a spacecraft from low-Earth orbit, and in 2012 our Dragon spacecraft became the first commercial spacecraft to deliver cargo to and from the International Space Station.

And in 2020, SpaceX became the first private company to take humans there as well. 

REUSABILITY
SpaceX's mission patch for upcoming Crew-2 mission has been released! :  r/elonmuskSpaceX believes a fully and rapidly reusable rocket is the pivotal breakthrough needed to substantially reduce the cost of space access. The majority of the launch cost comes from building the rocket, which historically has flown only once.

Compare that to a commercial airliner – each new plane costs about the same as Falcon 9 but can fly multiple times per day and conduct tens of thousands of flights over its lifetime. Following the commercial model, a rapidly reusable space launch vehicle could reduce the cost of traveling to space by a hundredfold.

While most rockets are designed to burn up on reentry, SpaceX rockets can not only withstand reentry but can also successfully land back on Earth and refly again.



LANDING
SpaceX’s family of Falcon launch vehicles are the first and only orbital class rockets capable of reflight. Depending on the performance required for the mission, Falcon lands on one of our autonomous spaceport droneships out on the ocean or one of our landing zones near our launch pads.

 

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MAKING HISTORY
SpaceX was founded to revolutionize space technology towards making life multiplanetary. SpaceX is the world’s leading provider of launch services and is proud to be the first private company to have delivered astronauts to and from the International Space Station (ISS), and the first and only company to complete an all-civilian crewed mission to orbit.

As such, SpaceX is deeply committed to maintaining a safe orbital environment, protecting human spaceflight, and ensuring the environment is kept sustainable for future missions to Earth orbit and beyond. SpaceXNow - Past Missions

SpaceX has demonstrated this commitment to space safety through action, investing significant resources to ensure that all our launch vehicles, spacecraft, and satellites meet or exceed space safety regulations and best practices, including:

  • Designing and building highly reliable, maneuverable satellites that have demonstrated reliability of greater than 99%
     
  • Operating at low altitudes (below 600 km) to ensure no persistent debris, even in the unlikely event a satellite fails on orbit
     
  • Inserting satellites at an especially low altitude to verify health prior to raising into their on-station/operational orbit
     
  • Transparently sharing orbital information with other satellite owners/operators
     
  • Developed an advanced collision avoidance system to take effective action when encounter risks exceed safe thresholds

With space sustainability in mind, we have pushed the state-of-the-art in key technology areas like flying satellites at challenging low altitudes, the use of sustainable electric propulsion for maneuvering and active de-orbit, and employing inter-satellite optical communications to constantly maintain contact with satellites.

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SpaceX is striving to be the world’s most open and transparent satellite operator, and we encourage other operators to join us in sharing orbital data and keeping the public and governments updated with detailed information about operations and practices.

SpaceX continues to innovate to accelerate space technologies, and we are currently providing much-needed internet connectivity to people all over the globe, including underserved and remote parts of the world, with our Starlink constellation.

Investment Highlights

 
 
HOW TO INVEST IN SPACEX
Learn how you can invest in SpaceX, a space exploration company commercializing space flight and travel through advancements in aerospace technology and spacecraft.

Lots of people enjoy following news about the company and watching its launches.

Pioneered by Elon Musk, who has been successful with companies such as electric car manufacturer Tesla and payments giant PayPal, you may have the confidence to invest in SpaceX well.

So it’s natural that people want to invest.

If you’re considering investing in SpaceX, here are the things you need to know.

WAYS TO INVEST IN SPACEX
Because SpaceX is not a publicly-listed company, you cannot buy shares of the company or invest in SpaceX directly.

The only way to invest in SpaceX is to invest indirectly.

That means:

Either invest in businesses that SpaceX works with or investing in companies that hold an interest in SpaceX.

COMPANIES THAT HAVE AN INTEREST IN SPACEX 
There are some companies that have invested in SpaceX.

One way to invest in SpaceX is to invest in businesses that own shares in SpaceX.

The most accessible is likely to be Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG), the parent company of Google.

That said:

If you buy shares in Alphabet as an indirect way to invest in SpaceX, the performance of Alphabet’s services, like Google and Youtube, will have a much higher impact on your investment than SpaceX’s success or failure.

Unless SpaceX becomes worth trillions overnight, most of the change in Alphabet’s stock price will be based on other factors.

INVEST DIRECTLY IN SPACEX
If you’ve decided to invest in SpaceX, here’s what you’ll need to do.
 
Instructions for investing:
  • Sign into your MindRock profile using the link provided in your invitation
  • Review all the information on the MindRock site regarding the investment
  • Review the Investment Documents located under the Documents Tab
  • Click the Invest Now button
  • Choose the amount you would like to invest.
  • Sign the online subscription agreement through Docusign
  • Choose the method of Payment you would like to use: ACH, Credit Card, BTC

Your investment will be completed and your shares issued by Aug 15th, 2022

HOW DOES SPACEX MAKE MONEY
Space travel is exciting, but it might not be immediately obvious how SpaceX can make money.

Currently, SpaceX’s main sources of revenue are selling its launch capabilities to other companies.

For example, companies will hire SpaceX to launch satellites for them. Governments also pay SpaceX to keep the International Space Station supplied.

More recently, NASA announced that it would work with SpaceX to launch another mission to the moon.

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INVESTMENT INSTRUCTIONS
Here are instructions for Investing:
 
  • Sign into your MindRock profile using the link provided in your invitation
     
  • Review all the information on the MindRock site regarding the investment
     
  • Review the Investment Documents located under the Documents Tab
     
  • Click the Invest Now button
     
  • Choose the amount you would like to invest.
     
  • Sign the online subscription agreement through Docusign
     
  • Choose the method of Payment you would like to use: ACH, Credit Card, BTC
     
  • Your investment will be completed and shares issued by August 15th, 2022
 

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Invest Summary

  • Deal Type: Reg CF
  • Sponsor: Spacetech
  • Hold Period: 1 YR
  • Funding Goal:$560,000,000
  • Investment Type: Real Estate
  • Min. Investment: $560
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