Is this a particular fund? Any exposer to Space X will have done very well for holders
Please vote for Next Gen II here @Charlotte has our backs, I have faith she can pull some strings for us.
The article is written on behalf of Scottish Mortgage but other BG Trusts also have significant exposure.
Scottish Mortgage (1.2%), Edinburgh Worldwide (2.5%) and BG US Growth Trust (1.7%) all hold SpaceX.
The 1Y return is around 60% based on recent valuations.
Fantastic article on Space SPACs, I urge anyone to read the last five questions carefully before putting money to work here.
Brilliant piece. It sums up the gold rush mentality on everything ‘space’, let’s hope this isn’t a new dotcom bubble.
Who knows if this is true or not coming from the Sun.
They’re leaning very heavily on the could - all they’ve announced is a feasibility study.
China have very a real interest in space and a lot to offer but they’re a long way behind the US in capability right now.
Well they’re behind SpaceX, but so is NASA.
The Chinese landed on Mars on their first attempt…and with a functioning rover that then dropped off its own remote selfie cam! Plus they’re the only country to land a rover on the dark side of the moon. I’m not nerd-knowledgeable enough to say they’re on par with NASA but they’re making gigantic strides and I’ve no doubt that they’ll surpass them in my lifetime.
Also I’m not clicking on any link to The S*n!
Inspiration 4 is vertical. Window opens on Wednesday PM (local time) but weather is looking dicey.
Inspiration 4 launch window is Thursday 16th 12:02am - 05:02am GMT.
I have a toddler who hates sleeping and for the first time I’m hoping for a bad night tomorrow!
My toddler sleeps through, damn
Can everyone please stop launching their toddlers into space, it’s no place for babies…
Just wait for the announcement of the first baby born in space.
Check out @johnkrausphoto on Twitter for some very cool photos. He was a rocket fan who’s turned a hobby into becoming official photographer
That’s a cool photo SpaceX just make Blue Origin and Virgin look like redneck homebuilds
Orbital sunset from 585km above earth.