|SES-8 success plots trajectory for future SpaceX possibilities|
11 December 2013
It’s no secret that SpaceX have had to earn the respect of the launch services industry the hard way, from winning over the Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP) on their commercial crew aspirations, through to battling against more established companies who naturally see SpaceX’s growth as a threat to their future contracts.
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