Musk’s knack of burying bad news

When SpaceX announced that Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa would go around the moon and back in 2023, the first urge was to see what else was about to happen

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
20th September, 2018

It’s not the first time this century that going back to the moon in some form has been on the agenda. George W Bush went heavy and hard with plans to go back to the moon at the tail end of his first term as US president before focus shifted elsewhere, pretty much anywhere but that to be precise.

As an element of human endeavour, having SpaceX do this should still be seen...

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