In 2010, I visited the SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, CA. This was my second visit to their one-stop rocket factory, thanks to an old friend who works for the company. But this time I had the opportunity to interview founder, CEO, and Chief Technology Officer Elon Musk. I also got to, well, play inside a Dragon capsule that was later launched into SPACE.
The video was shot and edited by David Clair from a script that I wrote, for Supervising Producer Craig Duff:
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Brian Malow is Earth's Premier Science Comedian (self-proclaimed).
He has performed for the NSF, AAAS, NIST, JPL, ACS, AGU and many other acronyms.
His Neil Armstrong routine was once heard aboard an orbiting Space Shuttle (STS-44).
Space: The Private FrontierFollowing up on the SpaceX launch videos I posted yesterday, I wanted to repost this video I made a couple years ago for Time.com. In 2010, I visited the SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, CA.