Boeing could Finance the campaign against SpaceX

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Boeing could Finance the campaign against SpaceX

Yes, Boeing and SpaceX both are working to get space to display the American missiles of its own production. Yes, they are not partners, but competitors who are fighting for the most important contracts of the 21st century. They are not friends — and this week it became known that Boeing is funding a series of attacks on SpaceX across the country. However, this remains to be proven. Since July, several identical or nearly identical negative-minded articles under the authorship of Richard Hagar appeared in The Washington Times, Florida Today, Albuquerque Journal, Houston Chronicle and USA Today, writes Ars Technica.

In these articles Hagar, who worked at NASA during the era of "Apollo," says NASA ignores the safety lessons to be learned from accidents "Challenger", "Columbia" and "Apollo-1", allowing SpaceX to use the procedure filling with astronauts in the capsule. Although SpaceX did lose a rocket that fueled so NASA certified launch — Musk wrote the rules of this process.

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SpaceX, Boeing poison?

No, Elon Musk writes safety rules for astronauts. NASA requires that companies that wish to build a transport, meet the safety standards of NASA, and not something else. Ars contacted the author of the articles, but it turned out that he wrote only two articles out of six. Four other works were made by people associated with Law Media Group, a PR company with a history of placing custom-made articles in the works, not revealing whose interests they were written. And Boeing is in the list of LMG, however, has raised the aircraft and not spacecraft.

Boeing declined to comment on the LMG participation in the processes of the company, but we all know that Boeing is struggling with SpaceX for the right to send people to Mars. It is possible that Boeing is struggling with SpaceX black methods.

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