• SpaceX just got approval to build Mars spaceships in Los Angeles from the city's mayor

    6 monthes ago - By Chron

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    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti gave his annual "State of the City" speech on Monday.
    During the speech, Garcetti announced that SpaceX will build Big Falcon Rocket ships for Mars in the Port of Los Angeles.
    SpaceX, founded by Elon Musk, applied for permission to build a 200,000-square-foot factory at the site, called Berth 240.
    It seems inevitable the rocket company will win approval and begin construction on its Mars spaceships.
    It's hard to imagine where in Los Angeles, a crowded city of four million people, that you might build a spacecraft taller than the Statue of...
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  • SpaceX Will Build Its Big Falcon Rocket in Los Angeles

    SpaceX Will Build Its Big Falcon Rocket in Los Angeles

    6 monthes ago - By Fortune

    SpaceX will start production of the Big Falcon Rocket in the Port of Los Angeles, according to L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti. The mayor confirmed the company's plans with a tweet regarding his "State of the City" address.
    The Port of L.A. and SpaceX entered into preliminary negotiations on a lease agreement for the space last month. The move expands the company's existing Hawthorne operations at the port. At the time of the initial negotiations, neither SpaceX nor city officials would confirm what would be built at the site, the Los Angeles Times reports .
    Officially announcing that SpaceX will...
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  • SpaceX just got approval to build Mars spaceships in Los Angeles from the city's mayor

    SpaceX just got approval to build Mars spaceships in Los Angeles from the city's mayor

    6 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti gave his annual "State of the City" speech on Monday.
    During the speech, Garcetti announced that SpaceX will build Big Falcon Rocket ships for Mars in the Port of Los Angeles.
    SpaceX, founded by Elon Musk , applied for permission to build a 200,000-square-foot factory at the site, called Berth 240.
    It seems inevitable the rocket company will win approval and begin construction on its Mars spaceships.
    It's hard to imagine where in Los Angeles, a crowded city of four million people, that you might build a spacecraft taller than the Statue of Liberty and...
    Read more ...