SpaceX’s grand vision for the future rests on a massive reusable space transportation system it calls BFR, which CEO Elon Musk says will ultimately fly for less than the cost of a Falcon 1, a short-lived, small satellite launcher SpaceX developed and flew for $6-9 million per flight from 2006-09.  Tory Bruno, head of rival United Launch Alliance (ULA), does not believe SpaceX will reach that recurring price anytime soon, but even if Musk pulls it off, ULA has a plan to do it one ...

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