True. The rate at which all of this is happening is pretty crazy. It'll only get more exciting if/when we start doing more maned missions, whether to the moon or Mars.They just seem so effortless for SpaceX now... you lose track of the complexity of landing a booster upright on a moving drone ship in the middle of the sea.
Wow, it moved laterally much more than it appeared to in the shot Tim showed in his stream. I assumed it had just went up and back down roughly in the same spot.SpaceX footage. SN6 hop was much smoother according to Elon, who apparently wore some local roofing ceremony outfit yesterday to cover that beer belly
I think $100B market cap is justified today, $200B has Tesla cars' future growth coded into it, $300B large Tesla energy business & huge battery breakthroughs, but $400 billion... waaay overpriced IMO, but great opportunity for anyone investing at 1/10th or 1/5th market cap to get paid, or in HyperChange's case, pay for a Tesla via a few stocks, those cars have the best resell value on the street today.I still feel like Teslas are a bit on the high end price wise for the model you get in Europe, I'm hoping these Giga-Factories boosting output brings the cost down where a Model X & Y are comparative with a family hatchback like a Focus and a Model 3 is the equivalent of Merc C220D.
I know you can justify it by offsetting the annual fuel cost but still... I think they need to be competing on an upfront cost basis against similar chassis type and feature set vehicles on the market.