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SpaceX Innovations are about more than just the Moon and Mars

While manned space flights to the moon and mars are huge long term goals for SpaceX, there are already very big plans for projects closer to home. Starlink satellite broadband is likely to start beta tests next month and, along with other huge changes in internet access technology, the effects will be surprising. Swipe up for some stories covering the progress of SpaceX and Starlink:

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    SpaceX Starship Plans for The Moon, Mars and Earth-to-Earth Transport

    SpaceX Starship Plans for The Moon, Mars and Earth-to-Earth Transport

    In a recent update to the SpaceX web site, Elon Musk and crew added some detail and updates to the plans for passenger and satellite cargo travel using its developing rocket tech. Naturally both SpaceX Starlink Satellite Launches and work for hire missions for NASA and others have been happening on a regular basis. All of these and other projects also all serve to push the development of the systems for longer term projects, goals and plans.

    The iPhone 12 could see a Serious Sales Boom for Apple due to 5G and Starlink Internet

    The iPhone 12 could see a Serious Sales Boom for Apple due to 5G and Starlink Internet

    Seems like just yesterday that Apple Inc. released the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro. Consumers are still riding high on the hype and performance of these latest smartphone models. Nevertheless, Apple is already looking to the future and creating estimates for the iPhone 12 in 2020. According to Digitimes, Apple expects that the iPhone 12 will be one of the company’s most successful models

    Elon Musk Celebrates: Starlink Satellite Landmark Tweet, Boring Company LV Tunnel Progress and Tesla Snags Model 3 Award

    Elon Musk Celebrates: Starlink Satellite Landmark Tweet, Boring Company LV Tunnel Progress and Tesla Snags Model 3 Award

    Elon Musk just posted from his twitter using a SpaceX launched Starlink satellite. The message, which could be seen by his 28.8 million followers highlights the steps towards making space-based internet service a real possibility on Earth. Perhaps this will be like Edison’s “Watson come here I want to see you”. Seems like “Whoa, it worked”, would be more appropriate in both cases!

    Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Google and Airbus are all vying to own the sky

    Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Google and Airbus are all vying to own the sky

    It’s all about the Zettabytes For one, the numbers are staggering: an estimated 4 billion “customers” are not yet connected worldwide. “Unserved” and “Underserved” are the buzzwords, with the majority residing in Africa, India, and parts of South America. In case you’re not Zetta-aware, a Zettabyte is one trillion Gigabytes, which is the approximate total amount of yearly internet traffic as of 2016.ll …

    Elon Musk and Tesla vs. the World

    Elon Musk and Tesla vs. the World

    Isn’t it odd that everyone on the internet either seems to hate or love Elon Musk and Tesla? One theory behind why this may be the case, was put forth in a recent article by John Mayo-Smith published on Medium.com called Elon vs. The Alligators. In a nutshell, the article is a list, with a nice graphic in part II, of vested interests that would stand to lose from Tesla’s success and, conversely, benefit from its demise.

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    You want to wake up in the morning and think the future is going to be great

    “You want to wake up in the morning and think the future is going to be great – and that’s what being a spacefaring civilization is all about. It’s about believing in the future and thinking that the future will be better than the past. And I can’t think of anything more exciting than going out there and being among the stars.” — ELON MUSK, SPACEX

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