How SpaceX Is Deepening Its Ties With the U.S. Government
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SpaceX has made a name for itself launching lots of big rockets. Shortly after Elon Musk founded the company in 2002, it won a launch contract with an undisclosed U.S. intelligence customer. Now, SpaceX is deepening its relationship with the U.S. intelligence and military agencies. In 2021, the company entered into a $1.8 billion classified contract with the U.S. government. WSJ reporter Drew FitzGerald tells host Alex Ossola about what that means for the future of SpaceX’s business. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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