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NASA Administrator Bill Nelson recently questioned SpaceX CEO Gwynne Shotwell about whether Elon’s takeover company Twitter is causing a “distraction” at the space company.
Media organizations are also attempting to understand Musk’s takeover of Twitter from an organizational perspective. After all, along with their Silicon Valley, Hollywood, and political colleagues, their employees have long been the platform’s lifeblood, securing and preserving the lion’s share of Twitter’s influence. In response to newly published allegations of sexual misconduct against the company’s CEO Elon Musk, SpaceX employees have signed an open letter criticizing his actions.
What Nelson Said About Elon Musk?NASA
According to Ars Technica’s senior space writer Eric Berger, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson stated after a news conference on Sunday that he had recently spoken with SpaceX President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell. Nelson questioned whether Musk’s Twitter fiasco was serving as a “distraction” during that chat, and she reassured him that it wasn’t. According to NBC News, Nelson also reportedly informed reporters: “I hugged her with a smile on my face, because I know she is running that thing. She is in charge of SpaceX.
NASA astronauts and cargo are now only being transported to the International Space Station by SpaceX. The sole commercial space firm in the US and the rest of the globe (ISS). Under the Commercial Crew Program’s Commercial Crew Transportation Capability (CCtCap) contract, NASA has provided tens of billions to Musk’s business.
When NASA reserved flights in the firm’s Crew Dragon spacecraft through the Crew-14 mission. Which runs until 2030 in the most recent contract given to SpaceX. The CCtCap contract was first granted by NASA in 2014, and it presently has a total value of $4.5 billion.