SpaceX is one of the largest spacefaring companies in the world.
The company has launched dozens of rockets in the past 20 years, including two that blasted astronauts into space.
But it’s not just a rocket company.
SpaceX also makes satellites, spacecraft, and other hardware that’s used in space missions.
The firm says it’s “one of the leading companies in space exploration and has built a constellation of satellites to deliver cargo to the International Space Station.”
It’s a position it has been in since the early 1980s, when its first satellite was launched.
But the company recently experienced problems, and in January of 2017, it went bankrupt.
SpaceX was founded in 1988 by Elon Musk, now CEO of Tesla Motors, and is based in Hawthorne, California.
The spacefares company is now owned by private equity firm Colony Capital, which has raised a whopping $7 billion.
Here are 10 of the best space deals you can make in 2018.1.
$500,000 for a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocketLaunch prices for the Falcon 9 launch vehicle have dropped dramatically over the years.
However, that doesn’t mean the Falcon Heavy is a bargain.
SpaceX’s first rocket launched in 2006, and that rocket had an impressive 1,300-foot-tall wingspan and an average of 7,000 pounds of thrust.
SpaceX says the Falcon 1 is the “most capable” rocket it has ever launched.
However you choose to go with the Falcon 3, the Falcon 5, and the Falcon 8, it’s clear that a Falcon 9 is a solid bet.
The Falcon 9 has a top speed of 2,000 miles per hour (4,100 kilometers per hour), can reach orbital velocity (1,700 miles per minute), and has a range of more than 1,400 miles (1.4 kilometers).2.
$300,000 on an Amazon Echo Dot smart speakerAmazon announced the Echo Dot, which lets you use voice commands to control devices.
You can purchase a speaker with an Alexa-compatible voice interface, or purchase a pair of earbuds for the same price.
While it has a few drawbacks, Amazon’s Echo Dot is a smart speaker.
It has a built-in speaker, which is great for listening to podcasts and playing music.
It’s also able to record music and play it back on your phone.
If you don’t want to spend a ton of money on a new speaker, you can still get a smart one for less than $500.3.
$1,000,000 from a SpaceX SpaceX Falcon 1 rocketLaunch price for the rocket’s first flight in 2011 was $8,845.
That rocket is now valued at $3.6 billion.
The rocket used for the first Falcon 1 was also used for its first rocket to deliver a satellite into orbit in 2008.
SpaceX is planning to send a second rocket in 2019 that will carry an upgraded version of the Falcon rockets.
However this time, SpaceX will use the rocket for the flight that launched a satellite to the space station.
The mission will be the first in which a rocket is launched from the same pad as the previous mission, and SpaceX will have an experienced team working on the mission.
The $1.6 million launch will happen on the Falcon 10 rocket.
The second rocket will also launch the next version of SpaceX’s rocket, the Dragon, which will launch a small satellite to orbit in 2018 or 2019.4.
$150,000 in Amazon gift cardsAmazon has been a huge proponent of Amazon Gift Cards, which allow people to buy items on Amazon.com.
It recently started offering them for sale at discounted prices.
But Amazon has struggled to maintain a steady revenue growth rate.
Amazon Gift Card subscriptions have dropped by more than 90% since the start of 2018, and it’s possible that this may be due to the company’s inability to consistently meet its customers’ expectations.
If Amazon can make up the lost revenue, then it could easily double down on the growth it has shown over the past few years.
The launch of the Echo speaker is one way Amazon could boost its stock price.
However the company will also have to contend with competition from companies like Apple and Google.
Amazon has a huge market share in the consumer electronics space, and Amazon has been aggressively building out its online stores.
But if Amazon can’t keep up with Google and Apple, it may need to rethink its strategy.5.
$100,000 cash on a SpaceX rocketLaunch dates for SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rockets vary widely.
But that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
SpaceX has a lot of different rocket configurations to choose from.
The first two Falcon 9s that SpaceX launched in the late 1990s were powered by the same solid rocket boosters.
Those rockets launched satellites into orbit, and were powered with a single Merlin 1D engine.
However by the late 2000s, SpaceX started using its Merlin engines for the new Falcon Heavy rocket, which launched its first payload to the ISS in