SpaceX, Starlink, Blue Origin, Virgin Galactic … towards space privatization?

Drift – Thomas Pescet will be the first European astronaut to travel in the module developed by SpaceX, Elon Musk. Dedication to the world’s richest man at the helm of the Gafam race to make space El Dorado brand new.

The time when the race for the stars was played primarily between the great powers appears to be a very long time ago. The status quo that made space a world reserved only for nation states was shattered. And a handful of private companies, driven by the rapidly growing telecommunications sector and the emerging space travel market in Low Earth Orbit, are now waging a veritable economic and technological war.

Most of them are located in the US, or are part of Gafam, these web giants including Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, etc. Who have already taken out the lion’s share. The main goal of all of them is to provide access to space, and to reduce the cost of space travel by focusing on the reuse of aircraft and the creation of giant satellites to meet the needs of developing connectivity for residents, maritime, road and transportation. Air or more

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