Elon Musk: A Great Businessman And Scientist

If I had to choose between any two people in human history, Elon would be the one. He is an investor, business magnate, engineer, inventor, and investor. SpaceX is founded by Elon, who also serves as its CEO. Elon is also the founder and CEO of SpaceX. He stated that SpaceX, Tesla, Solarcity and other companies are based on his vision of a better world. He reminds me of the Avatar, who was attacked by the fire nation. He is someone I admire.

SpaceX was created by Elon as his vision to create a spacefaring civilisation and reduce the risk for human extinction. Elon became Chief Executive Officer and Chief Technological Officer (CTO). SpaceX is a rocket manufacturer and works to improve rocket technology. SpaceX developed the Falcon launch vehicle family and Dragon multi-purpose spacecraft over seven years. SpaceX’s Falcon 1 rocket was the first private-funded liquid-fueled vehicle that placed a satellite in orbit. SpaceX successfully returned its Falcon rocket to a launchpad on 22 December 2015. This was the first orbital rocket to land on a launchpad in history. It is an important step towards rocket reuseability, as it lowers the cost of going to space. Tesla’s goal was to develop an entirely electric vehicle that can rival cars powered by fossil fuel in terms speed, acceleration, safety, and safety. Tesla suffered a severe financial crisis in 2008 and lost significant funding. Musk sold a large portion of his fortune to continue the business. Musk took over as CEO and Product Designer. The four-door Model S sedan was delivered to Tesla on June 22, 2012. Musk released Tesla’s technology patents for anyone to use to incentivize other car makers to develop electric vehicles faster. He hopes to reduce global warming by using sustainable energy production and consumption.

Musk was the original founder of SolarCity. He was joined in 2006 by Lyndon Rive and Peter Rive. SolarCity became the second largest solar power provider in America by 2013, according to the company’s website. Tesla purchased SolarCity, making it a Tesla subsidiary in 2016. Elon Musk wanted to fight global warming by funding SolarCity.



Cody Young is an educational blogger. Cody is currently a student at the University of Utah pursuing a degree in communications. Cody has a passion for writing and sharing knowledge with others.

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