Sir Richard Branson, the billionaire founder of Virgin Galactic, will conduct the company’s first fully manned spaceflight on July 11, 2021, on the SpaceShipTwo VSS Unity at the U.S. Spaceport in New Mexico. (Image source: Virgin Galactic)
As a billionaire space race is heating up, it is easy to get misinformation. Unable to understand how we got here, the media often describe it as a group of wealthy elite children who actually try to fight each other when they fly into the sky. Chapter
But what is missing in these reports, editorials, and opinions is any understanding of what really happened, why it happened, and what might result—all of us, not just them.
For 40 years, a group of space revolutionaries have been fighting for the United States and the world to achieve this. For us, this is a victory. A set of posters about the ills of the rich in the eyes of outsiders, in our eyes are those who allow breakthroughs and create a better future for everyone on earth. Some people think that to waste money on your face, it is better to spend the money on your own public service version. We think this is a major investment in the field of human endeavour and may help solve many human problems. From invisible inspiration to the real impact of human industry on the earth.

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