SpaceX is aiming to topple its records for flights and launches worldwide to deliver payloads to various locations in space, as Elon Musk reveals the company's plans to deliver more than it did in 2020. This 2021, the company aims to deliver three or four times more than the rest of the world and more than the previous year.

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Elon Musk, CEO of Space Exploration Technologies Corp, speaks during a news conference at the National Press Club April 5, 2011 in Washington, DC. Elon Musk, CEO of Space Exploration Technologies Corp (SpaceX) and Tesla Motors, held the news conference to announce SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket which could complete missions to the International Space Station and Moon and should be ready for use by the end of 2012.

The popular SpaceX and Tesla CEO is known for his massive words and claims on social media, but in the aerospace manufacturing company's case, most of his plans continue to proceed and come true.

This means that Elon Musk somehow teased and revealed that SpaceX is already lined up for deliveries this year, using the company's resources to bring needs outside the atmosphere.

In 2020, SpaceX had delivered and brought payload to the cosmic skies twice (2x) the amount as the rest of the world did, and that was during the pandemic, where a lot was restricted and contained. Moreover, the company has also partnered up with various agencies and companies with the likes of NASA Commercial Crew, government agencies, and the like.

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The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches from Vandenberg Air Force Base carrying the SAOCOM 1A and ITASAT 1 satellites, as seen during a long exposure on October 7, 2018 near Santa Barbara, California. After launching the satellites, the Falcon 9 rocket successfully returned to land on solid ground near the launch site rather than at sea. The satellites will become part of a six-satellite constellation that will work in tandem with an Italian constellation known as COSMO-SkyMed.

SpaceX brought twice as much payload as the rest of the world last year, and the only one who can top that record is the company itself, and its next aim is to exceed that and bring three times more than other companies.

Having increased its goal for this year, Elon Musk (@elonmusk) is taking it up a notch for the private space company.

 

The space industry is massive for the entire world, and it is surprisingly so, despite being a very costly venture that requires a handful of resources to be mustered and gathered before beginning a single mission. However, despite all of those, SpaceX has prevailed last year, bringing massive payloads to space, including a team of NASA astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS).

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SpaceX may still have a lot to work on with its Starship venture and its plans to bring humans to Mars with NASA, but it still has massive projects on its list to work on, especially with its Falcon and Dragon spacecraft.

The company offers a reusable spacecraft that efficiently cuts costs and production for every mission it does.

Most of SpaceX's missions were to add more Starlink internet satellites to Earth's orbit, as the company aims to start its services and product that beams wireless connection from the stars. The company's missions for Starlink in 2020 have now made their way to fruition, as it aims to debut Starlink's services in the coming months.

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