Elon Musk Made Space More Affordable. These Entrepreneurs Want to Make It a Trillion-Dollar Industry
SpaceX might have paved the way, but a new group of space startups want to take the space industry to new heights. Elon Musk wants people to get to Mars for $200,000 a ticket. A new crop of space entrepreneurs want to make it much, much cheaper. Tim Ellis, co-founder of Inc. 30 Under 30 winner Relativity Space, spoke Wednesday at the Wall Street Journal Future of Everything Festival in New York. He was joined by TransAstra founder Joel C. Sercel.