2020 Astronomy Calendar released: soo.cool
In the 2000s, SpaceX was the most exciting name to launch rockets into space. Because for the first time in the last century, a Special company was able to achieve a job that could only be accomplished by very large states or international organizations. On top of that, he had brought back the rockets he had sent into space in highly innovative ways, using them over and over again, reducing costs. In a short time, other special companies began to walk this path he opened. All of these companies are very large and powerful companies.
Like Boeing. If you've traveled by plane, you're probably flying with a model they've produced. To date, more than 10,000 aircraft have been produced exclusively from the Boeing 747 jet, and these planes operate thousands of flights every day. The world's largest aerospace company with more than a century of aviation experience, of course, is also working on space.
Another private company: Blue Origin. It may not be familiar, but you may have bought it from its owner, Jeff Bezos, because he owns Amazon and is the richest person in the world. Of all such powerful players, SpaceX is the most exciting, because despite all these powerful players, it has achieved many firsts. Except for the first ...
It was not the first company to place rockets into orbit from its own launch pad. Yes, the first one has managed a small company in the world that few know yet. Rocket Lab. What I'm going to tell you about this private company is not about big, big things that suit the glory of space, but about small little things. But beware. Because his story is still evolving, it shows us that we don't always have to be very big and strong to achieve great success. Large distances can also be overcome with small steps.