SpaceX Founder Bemoans Slow Pace Of Innovation

Musk and Behnken
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, left, with NASA’s Bob Behnken, one of two astronauts slated for a flight test on Dragon 2 this spring.
Credit: NASA
Elon Musk was dreaming big when he founded SpaceX in 2002 at the tender age of 30. He’s the first to admit all the mistakes he has made in what may prove to be a quixotic quest to help humanity evolve into a multiplanet species. But what irks him the most is that 18 years later—and with age 50...

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