Rothschild’s Elon Musk’s Reusable Rocket Project Based On Soviet Technologies

SPUTNIK NEWS – September 3, 2018: The article highlights that the innovations that have been implemented by Musk were explored and brought forward by former Soviet Union scientists, engineers and constructors decades ago,the representative of Roscosmos state corporation said on Monday (September 3).

The projects of UK businessman and engineer Elon Musk (BattleForWorld: Said to be associated with the Rothschild banking family and the man they are betting on to build the futuristic Elysium.), the owner of the SpaceX aerospace manufacturer, in the area of reusable rockets are based on technologies invented in the Soviet Union, the deputy director of the Russian Central Research Institute of Machine Building (TsNIImash), part of the Roscosmos state corporation, Alexander Medvedev said during a scientific conference in Moscow.

All these rocket-powered schemes and systems using parachutes were in our country and were subsequently successfully implemented in the United States. What has been implemented by Musk was explored and suggested by our scientists, engineers and constructors decades ago,” Medvedev explained. (BattleForWorld: And some of these Soviet/Russia reusable spaceships were built and used only privately since the 1950s.)

Earlier this year (2018), Musk revealed that SpaceX planned to reuse the Falcon 9 launch vehicle within 24 hours in 2019.

Previously, the Khrunichev Center also stressed that it was carrying out design research works on carrier rockets with the reusable first stage. Various schemes to reuse rockets were being considered, including the vertical landing, the parachute-jet rescue system and the winged scheme of the reusable part of the rocket. (BattleForWorld: And what the Russians will likely present to the public will not eclipse by much what the public has already seen from SpaceX and Blue Origin. After all wars have ended and true peace arrives only then will high technologies begin to be unveiled to the public.)

This is not the first project in the field of reusable rockets being developed in Russia. On June 4, Deputy General Director for Project Management of Ilyushin Aviation Complex Dmitry Gerasimov said that Russian manufacturers have developed several configurations for the first national reusable space rocket.

At present, reusable rocket carriers are created only by two US private companies — SpaceX and Blue Origin.

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Elon Musk unveils first tourist for SpaceX ‘Moon loop’

BBC – September 18, 2018: The article highlights that Elon Musk’s company SpaceX has unveiled the first private passenger it plans to fly around the Moon.

Japanese billionaire and online fashion tycoon Yusaku Maezawa, 42, announced: “I choose to go to the Moon.”

The mission is planned for 2023, and would be the first lunar journey by humans since 1972.

But it is reliant on a rocket that has not been built yet, and Mr Musk cautioned: “It’s not 100% certain we can bring this to flight.”

(BattleForWorld: Projects like Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are deceptive, but the public seems to enjoy them. It’s important to note that what Elon and Jeff are showing us is that the government’s space projects have fallen to an extent into the hands of corporations. This is the government space exploration ambition fragmenting – funding problems. But do not fear, because when the worldwide crash happens Elon and Jeff will come to an end.)

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