Elon Musk got a feature on a new Netflix original series about a documentary film focusing on SpaceX, NASA, and significant people behind the space agencies’ latest mission. The tech CEO reacted to a tweet that talked about the film, particularly with Everyday Astronaut, the renowned space blogger and known analyst of SpaceX.
Elon Musk Reacts to Tweet About ‘Return to Space,’ About New Mission
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Netflix’s “Return to Space” is a documentary film that features SpaceX, NASA, and everyone in between about the Commercial Crew mission. The series of missions focused on bringing astronauts to the International Space Station.
Elon Musk reacted to a tweet that talked about the new docu-film, and the space blogger and content creator, Everyday Astronaut, a.k.a. Tim Dodd, is also a part of this show.
The docu-film talked about the start of NASA’s Commercial Crew project and how it came to choosing SpaceX as its partner company alongside Boeing and its Starliner spacecraft. Here, the documentary also focused on tech CEO Elon Musk, particularly his influence on space and the rise to fame of his company, SpaceX.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 7, 2022
New Docu Film Features SpaceX, NASA, and MORE
Everyday Astronaut said that Netflix had incredible access to SpaceX, NASA, and insiders regarding this new docu-film that talked about the recent Commercial Crew missions of the agency.
Netflix also interviewed the space blogger, which is famous for his content regarding SpaceX and its many missions, but also with the current landscape and situations in the cosmic heavens.
NASA and SpaceX
NASA and SpaceX have a massive history of their partnership, and it involves many missions to space in the past, present, and future focuses of both agencies. In the recent developments, NASA chose SpaceX alongside Northrop Grumman to launch six more critical resupply cargo missions to the ISS, and the Musk-owned company will use the Dragon for the venture.
On the other hand, SpaceX is one of the contracted companies for making the Moon lander that the national space agency will use for its future Artemis I mission that will soon happen. However, instead of the exclusive contract for the space company, NASA is doing another pitching for a contract, opening it for a second design for Moon landers with companies like ULA, Northrop, Blue Origin, and more aiming to have stakes.
NASA and SpaceX have a history that redefined modern space launches and missions, particularly with their latest designs and technology that changes the industry as the public knows it. The new Netflix documentary focuses on the Commercial Crew partnership of NASA and SpaceX with its launches that brought astronauts to the ISS.
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