Does Google Own SpaceX?

WHO OWNS SPACEX?

A Musk trust owns 54 percent of the outstanding stock of SpaceX, and has voting control of 78 percent of the outstanding shares, according to a 2016 U.S.

Securities and Exchange Commission filing, SpaceX’s most recent.

No other shareholder owns 10 percent or more.

Alphabet’s Google Inc (GOOGL.

How much of SpaceX does Google own?

10%

Why did Google invest in SpaceX?

PARIS — Search engine giant Google Inc. said it invested $900 million in SpaceX “to support continued innovation in areas of space transport, reusability and satellite manufacturing.” The company said Project Loon goes to the core of Google’s mission of bringing Internet access to those who do not have it.

Can you invest in SpaceX?

You might be thinking at this stage that there is no way to buy SpaceX stock, and technically it is true that you cannot directly invest in SpaceX. However, Founder’s Fund and DFJ weren’t the only companies to see value in buying a stake in Space Exploration Technologies, Corp.

Who are the owners of SpaceX?

Elon Musk is the majority owner of SpaceX, holding about 54% of the private company, which is valued at approximately $33.3 billion. The U.S. government hires SpaceX via government contracts through N.A.S.A. and the U.S. Air Force for a variety of services, such as satellite launches.

Who owns NASA?

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA /ˈnæsə/) is an independent agency of the United States Federal Government responsible for the civilian space program, as well as aeronautics and aerospace research.

Does SpaceX make money?

As of March 2018, SpaceX had over 100 launches on its manifest representing about $12 billion in contract revenue. The contracts included both commercial and government (NASA/DOD) customers.