Apple co-founder says the new space company will be “different”

Space seems like a new boundary for technology entrepreneurs. After Elon Musk, Jeff Bessos and Richard Branson, it’s time for Apple co-founder Steve Wozciack to join the league. Wozniak announced the establishment of a private space company, “unlike any other.” The new company is called Private Space and its mission is to make the space safe and accessible to all human beings.

Wozniak, also known as “Waz,” will set up the company with Alexcelding, co-founder of Ripcord. Wozniak tweeted a YouTube video explaining the vision of the private space. The video begins with a strong message – “Together, we go a long way.”

We protect each other. Solve problems together. It’s not a race, it’s not a race or a game. We are not one person, one company, one nation. We are one planet. We are explorers. We are dreamers, adventurers, engineers, astrologers. We are human and it is up to us to do what is right and good. So here we are, caring for the next generation together. ”

“The sky is no longer the limit,” says the Privateer Space website, “and we are in hiding.” The company also said it will attend the Advanced Mau optical and space monitoring technologies conference in Hawaii starting September 14.

Richard Branson, the founder of the recent launch of space tourism, warmed up on a test flight to the Virgin Galactic in July. A week later, Amazon founder Bessos launched the company’s original Origami private spacecraft. And now, Music SpaceX is about to launch its entire civil space mission on Wednesday, September 15th.


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