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Elon Musk

Royal Aeronautical Society

Posted: Dec 6, 2012


“On 16 November CEO and Chief Designer of SpaceX, Elon Musk was the guest of honour at the Royal Aeronautical Society to present a lecture entitled ‘SpaceX and the future of space exploration’.

The packed lecture was aslo notable in that the audience saw Elon Musk presented with the Royal Aeronautical’s Society’s highest award - a Gold Medal. This award has been presented since 1909 when the first Gold Medal was given to the Wright Brothers. It is the most prestigious award in global aerospace honouring expectional contributions and acheivements.”


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