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Published: 2013-01-13T16:00:00+00:00

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Mars Direct by Robert Zubrin

The Advent of SpaceX

There is, however, a bright spot on the horizon in the form of a wave of entrepreneurial activity, most particularly that of the SpaceX company. Founded by PayPal semibillionaire Elon Musk, the advent of this company is living proof of the potential for ideas to drive history.

I first met Elon Musk when he came to a fund-raiser for the Mars Society, a Mars exploration advocacy group that I lead, in San Jose in 2001. It was a $500-per-plate event; Musk gave $5,000. He then took the trouble to travel to Denver a few weeks later to visit me at my company, Pioneer Astronautics, after which he gave $100,000, a donation that allowed us to launch the Mars Desert Research Station in southern Utah. But Musk made clear that, while he supported our efforts, he was a person who acted on his own, not through others, and now that he had made his fortune, the question of what he would do next was open. He wanted to do something that would really matter for the future, and as he saw it, the two chief possibilities were opening the way to Mars or commercializing solar energy. I urged him to devote himself to space. Solar energy might be important, but its commercial potential is obvious, and as soon as its technology advances to the point when it becomes competitive, the Invisible Hand of the free market will mobilize the resources to make it happen. Understanding the significance of making humanity into a multiplanet species, on the other hand, requires a person of vision. Solar energy would happen with him or without him; the founding of a new branch of human civilization on Mars might not.

 

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Author:Robert Zubrin

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Penguin Group, USA

Published: 2013-01-13T16:00:00+00:00
The Advent of SpaceX

There is, however, a bright spot on the horizon in the form of a wave of entrepreneurial activity, most particularly that of the SpaceX company. Founded by PayPal semibillionaire Elon Musk, the advent of this company is living proof of the potential for ideas to drive history.

I first met Elon Musk when he came to a fund-raiser for the Mars Society, a Mars exploration advocacy group that I lead, in San Jose in 2001. It was a $500-per-plate event; Musk gave $5,000. He then took the trouble to travel to Denver a few weeks later to visit me at my company, Pioneer Astronautics, after which he gave $100,000, a donation that allowed us to launch the Mars Desert Research Station in southern Utah. But Musk made clear that, while he supported our efforts, he was a person who acted on his own, not through others, and now that he had made his fortune, the question of what he would do next was open. He wanted to do something that would really matter for the future, and as he saw it, the two chief possibilities were opening the way to Mars or commercializing solar energy. I urged him to devote himself to space. Solar energy might be important, but its commercial potential is obvious, and as soon as its technology advances to the point when it becomes competitive, the Invisible Hand of the free market will mobilize the resources to make it happen. Understanding the significance of making humanity into a multiplanet species, on the other hand, requires a person of vision. Solar energy would happen with him or without him; the founding of a new branch of human civilization on Mars might not.

In the end, he decided to do both (and start an electric car company, too) and proceeded to create SpaceX, a truly remarkable firm. Musk was by no means the first zillionaire to launch a hopefully revolutionary space company. There are at least half a dozen others that I could name. But unlike the other would-be space magnates, Musk did not simply throw an expendable chunk of his fortune into the game; he put the full force of his talent and passion into it. When I met Musk in 2001, he had a good grasp of scientific principles, but knew nothing about rocket engines. When I visited him at his first small factory in Los Angeles in 2005, he knew everything about rocket engines. By the time of my next visit a few years later, he had experienced two straight failures of his first launch vehicle, the Falcon 1, but was determined to push on despite the blows to his finances and reputation. It is this level of commitment that has made all the difference. None of the other billionaire-backed space startups have ever cleared the tower. SpaceX has delivered cargo to the space station and will soon be sending people.

Of course, the established aerospace companies, like Lockheed Martin, could develop systems to reach the space station, too, but not on the same schedule or anything remotely like the same price.

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