During a presentation at the Air Force Association’s annual symposium, SpaceX President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell struck an atypically militaristic tone for the leader of a commercial space company. She said she was worried about the fact that China has conducted more than 40 launches, particularly when most of them have not been for commercial purposes. Asked if the company, which launches national security satellites into space, would consider launching offensive ...

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