Has a new space-age dawned? According to one VC fund, a new “entrepreneurial space-age” began in 2009 with SpaceX’s first successful launch of a commercial payload. Twelve years passed by and SpaceX is still leading this new golden age. The space industry is now worth over USD 4 trillion and is expected to reach USD 10 trillion by 2030.

This rapid pace of growth is already reflected in SpaceX’s market value of USD 100.3 billion and which is expected to grow another 2-3x over the next two to four years. Since 2017 its valuation has quintupled.

“I really did not want to be CEO of Tesla… I was trying to make this rocket company work”, Elon Musk said.

SpaceX combines Elon’s love of space and building things with his passion to see humankind reaching out beyond earth.

Investors are welcome to participate in this unique, once-in-a-generation pre-IPO opportunity.

What is special about SpaceX?

SpaceX has quickly established itself as the leader in the space rocket and launch industry. Not only do the world-renowned NASA and the US government rely on SpaceX for launches but also other governments and leading communication companies around the world. And then there is Starlink.

SpaceX has launched over 130 rockets that have delivered over two thousand satellites into orbit. It has both technological and cost-leadership in that regard.

Launch costs for the Falcon 9 rocket are just USD 62 million. For comparison: costs for launches by NASA average about USD 152 million. With SpaceX, small payloads (200kg) start from USD 1 million. With improvements in reusable rocket technology, SpaceX insiders have hinted that launch costs for the Falcon 9 could even fall below USD 30 million. SpaceX has achieved this cost-leadership by pioneering a vertically integrated approach to space with private sector thrift and a can-do attitude.

SpaceX has also been delivering cargo to the ISS (International Space Station) since 2012 and even astronauts since 2020.

However, SpaceX is not just an ISS ferry service. It has also won huge NASA contracts to take astronauts back to the moon (USD 2.9 billion) and to launch a probe to Jupiter’s moon Europa (USD 178 million).

At the core of these missions is SpaceX’s new Starship spacecraft. The Starship is fully reusable and has over four times the capacity of the Falcon 9. It is also more powerful than the Apollo program Saturn V rocket. Elon also claims that launches will cost just USD 2 million. If this is true, space will become the new western frontier with rockets replacing railroads - and Elon could become a neo-Vanderbilt.

However, the brightest star in the SpaceX firmament is undoubtedly Starlink. In 2021 it is expected to generate USD 150 million or 9 percent of SpaceX’s total revenue (USD 1.6 billion). By 2025 Starlink could even be contributing the lion’s share of revenue with an estimated USD 3.3 billion. Starlink already has around 1900 first-generation Starlink satellites in orbit and is aiming for over 30,000 gen-two satellites. The service currently counts more than 140,000 users in 20 countries with 500,000 more customers on a waiting list.

Who is SpaceX?

Elon Musk. He may be the richest man in the world but he is not Howard Hughes. While Hughes was a perfectionist and obsessed with building the world’s largest plane, “the Spruce Goose”, which only flew once, Elon has launched over 130 rockets and his Starship spacecraft could even take people to Mars.

Elon is a rare mix of engineer, visionary, and entrepreneur. He has founded or led four groundbreaking companies: Zip2, PayPal, Tesla, and SpaceX. Not only have these companies made ridiculous amounts of money but the last three have also been revolutionary. Musk has also learned a lot along the way and is now at the peak of his powers. He took Tesla from a market value of USD 550 million when he became CEO in 2008 to over USD 1 trillion today. Imagine what he will achieve with SpaceX.

But it is not just Elon behind the controls at SpaceX. Part of his genius is that he attracts the best young and old talent from the industry.

 

An out of this world investment opportunity

Do you want to have a share in one of the fastest-growing companies in one of the fastest-growing industries? Moreover, you can also be part of history with NASA’s return to the moon using SpaceX’s Starship and Elon’s missions to Mars. And this will be backed by strong growth in Starlink and satellite launches. Competition is sure to heat up but so far SpaceX has an enviable position. Jump aboard this limited pre-IPO investment. If you wait until SpaceX IPOs (whenever that happens), you may already have missed out on its greatest growth phase.

SpaceX has averaged USD 1.26 billion annually in revenue over the last five years according to estimates from Trefis. But this is expected to increase by 3-4x over the next two to four years as the Starship spacecraft begins its regular service and Starlink subscriber numbers soar.

Outpacing the competition

As befitting a lucrative and growing industry, the competition is fierce. The old boys like Northrop Grumman, Lockheed, and Boeing are still plugging away at NASA contracts. And then there is the star power of Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin and Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic. But none has the combined technological and cost edge of SpaceX. SpaceX also has Starlink which may be spun off into its own multi-billion dollar company in the future.

Rocket technology is complex and costly. A blind alley can be disastrous. But so far, SpaceX has shown through multiple generations of rockets and the advent of reusable rockets and modules that it is no one-launch wonder; 19 years and over 130 launches stand in testimony.

Summary

It is during technological revolutions that fortunes are made. As we enter a new space age, a USD 100 billion company offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to grow with an industry that is expected to be worth over USD 10 trillion by 2030. Further, given Elon Musk’s ambition and achievements in business and engineering, SpaceX is a great investment opportunity.

These are the investments Moonshot was created for. If you turn down this pre-IPO investment opportunity you might miss the grandeur and the gain that will be SpaceX. It seems to be very unlikely that current investors in SpaceX like Google, Sequoia Capital, Fidelity Investments, Mindrock Capital, Founders Fund, and the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan could be wrong.

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