In 2023, SpaceX will deliver 1,600 tons of payload into orbit – 4 times more than the rest of the world.

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According to the head of SpaceX, the largest part of the 400 tons of payload for the “rest of the world” will be carried out by China.

Elon Musk has outlined the superiority of his company SpaceX in launch services. He said on Twitter (X) that SpaceX will put 4 times more payload into orbit this year than the rest of the world.

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In 2023, SpaceX will deliver 1,600 tons of payload into orbit – 4 times more than the rest of the world.

“ SpaceX plans to deliver about 1,600 tons of payload into orbit this year. The rest of the world will deliver about 400 tons, most of which will be delivered by China,” wrote the head of SpaceX, commenting on the next launch of Starlink satellites.

Let’s remember that in August of this year, Musk predicted that SpaceX would launch about 80% of the world’s payload into orbit. Another 10% will be secured by China, and the remaining 10% will be divided among other countries, including Russia.

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