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SpaceX

Spacecraft manufacturing

Pre-IPO
Manufacture
USA
Elon Musk

Elon Musk

Founder & CEO

About the company

SpaceX designs, manufactures and launches rockets and spacecraft.

SpaceX was created by Elon Musk to revolutionise the aerospace industry and make space travel an affordable reality. It also owns Starlink, which provides a global satellite system.

Currently, SpaceX is working on a new generation of reusable launch vehicles that can take people to Mars and other planets of the Solar system.  The company already launched more than 2 000 satellites to provide high-speed satellite broadband internet access in places where it was unreliable, expensive or completely unavailable.


 

Investing in SpaceX is beneficial for several reasons:

 

  • Market Leadership: SpaceX holds a prominent position in the space industry due to its innovative technologies and approaches. This makes the company competitive and in high demand.
  • Revolutionary Achievements: SpaceX has already achieved impressive milestones, such as the development of reusable rockets and spacecraft. This helps to reduce the cost of space missions and makes them more accessible. The company is also working on the Starlink project, which has the potential to revolutionise the field of global internet connectivity.
  • Space Tourism and Commercial Launches: SpaceX is actively expanding the space tourism market through the ability to reuse rockets and spacecraft. Additionally, the company provides services for launching satellites for other organisations into orbit.
  • Elon Musk: The founder of SpaceX, Elon Musk, is an influential and visionary leader. His ambitions and financial investments in the company's development make investing in SpaceX appealing.

 


 

SpaceX & Starlink

SpaceX and Starlink are related as a parent company and subsidiary. SpaceX was founded by Elon Musk in 2002 and is involved in the development and launch of rockets and spacecraft. It also works on various projects in the field of space technology.

Starlink is a subdivision of SpaceX and focuses on deploying and managing a global satellite internet network. The Starlink project is based on constructing a network of thousands of satellites that will provide wireless connectivity to high-speed internet almost anywhere on the surface of the Earth.

SpaceX utilises its Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy rockets to launch Starlink satellites into space. Thus, SpaceX provides technical and infrastructure support to Starlink, enabling it to develop and deploy its satellite internet network.

While SpaceX and Starlink are interconnected projects, they still function as separate entities with different goals and objectives. At the same time, the success of the Starlink project can significantly impact the success and status of SpaceX as a whole.


 

IPO Starlink

 

If SpaceX decides to separate its subsidiary company Starlink and conduct a stock split, all current investors in SpaceX will also become shareholders of Starlink. This means that they will receive shares of the new company, Starlink, based on the number of SpaceX shares they own.

The process of separation and stock split can be carried out through various scenarios, and the specific details may depend on the rules and laws applicable, should that situation arise. However, regardless, SpaceX investors will receive Starlink shares in proportion to their ownership stake in SpaceX, and their ownership will be converted into shares of Starlink following the separation.

Elon Musk has repeatedly stated his intention to spin off Starlink into a separate company and conduct an initial public offering (IPO) for it. The likely timeframe for the IPO is reported to be around 2025-2026, as stated by Musk during a meeting with SpaceX employees in July 2023.

 


 

The SpaceX team

As of 2024, the number of employees in the SpaceX team exceeds 13,000 people. They include engineers, scientists, technicians, software developers, and other specialists working in various fields related to rocket and spacecraft development and launch. The SpaceX team continues to actively grow as the company pursues its ambitious goals in the aerospace industry.

The team's objectives include the development of reusable launch vehicles, reducing the cost of spaceflight, and sending people to the International Space Station and other planets like Mars. Each member of the team plays a vital role in achieving these goals and contributes to the future of the space industry.

 


 

Competitors 

 

  • Blue Origin: A company founded by Jeff Bezos, also aiming for commercial spaceflight and the development of reusable rocket systems. Blue Origin focuses on the development of the New Shepard rocket for launching tourists into space.
  • Boeing: An American aerospace company with extensive experience in the development and delivery of rocket systems and spacecraft, including launch vehicles and space capsules. Boeing is working on its own spacecraft, the CST-100 Starliner.
  • Lockheed Martin: Another American company specializing in aerospace technologies and defense. Lockheed Martin develops the Atlas V launch vehicle and participates in various space programs, including cargo and crew delivery to the International Space Station.
  • Roscosmos: The Russian state space corporation that carries out numerous space missions. Roscosmos launches its own launch vehicles, such as the Soyuz, and participates in international projects like the International Space Station.
  • ESA (European Space Agency): An intergovernmental organization that brings together European countries for the development of research and commercial space programs. ESA launches its own launch vehicles, such as the Ariane, and actively participates in international space exploration projects.

 

SpaceX leads the space industry with two reusable rockets, Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy, which successfully return to Earth after launches. Their payload delivery system offers more affordable prices per kilogram compared to competitors, thanks to savings on repairs and reusability.

The company's main developments include the Dragon spacecraft for cargo and crew delivery to the ISS, and the Starship system designed for human missions to Mars. Additionally, the Starlink project creates a global network of low-orbit satellites for high-speed Internet access.

 


 

The phenomenon of Elon Musk

“I create companies not for the sake of creating companies, but in order to achieve results.” Elon Musk (CEO SpaceX)

 


 

Terms of investments

  • The average duration of an investor's stay in a project is about five years. This period is unpredictable and cannot be predetermined.
  • You can invest in a deal at any time as long as it is available on the Marketplace and is not Sold Out.
  • An 'exit' from a transaction is possible only after the company's shares are listed on the stock exchange for trading.
  • Venture investments are generally high-risk, but also highly profitable if the shares are successfully listed on the stock exchange.  
     
Clients are corporations and government agencies
More than 10 significant investors
Team
Elon Musk
Elon Musk
Founder, CEO & CTO
Gwynne Shotwell
Gwynne Shotwell
President & COO
Bret Johnsen
Bret Johnsen
CFO & President, Strategic Acquisitions Group
 Charles Kuehmann
Charles Kuehmann
VP, Materials Engineering
 Joe Petrzelka
Joe Petrzelka
VP, Spacecraft Engineering
Mark Juncosa
Mark Juncosa
VP, Vehicle Engineering
Will Heltsley
Will Heltsley
VP, Propulsion Engineering
Elon Musk
Elon Musk
Founder & CEO
Details
Foundation date 2002
Employees 13,000+
Company valuation $180.23 bln
Growth to the prev. round +1.59x
Expected upside 2024 100%
Expected IPO date Q2 2025
Terms
Deal fee 5%
Exit fee 0%
Carried interest 20%
Management fee 0%
Dividends None
Profit potential High
Risk potential High
Other
Website Spacex.com

SpaceX

Spacecraft manufacturing

$50,000 Min. amount