Most people did not notice that their latest rocket launch has improved significantly in the profit margins of SpaceX.
Alan Mask said he would be able to reuse two parts of fairies. This is the Nakkanon of the rocket. After clearing the rocket atmosphere, Nakkon is divided into two parts to reveal the rocket payload.
The two parts are fairly lighter but they cost about $ 6 million. SpaceX charges $ 62 million per launch, but they make up more than 30% of operating profits. SpaceX has provided the water of the reservoirs and there are parachutes on it so that they will not be damaged when they do not come to the ocean land.
The profits of the mission will increase by 10% in future profit margins by using the reusable exams.
SpaceX launched a third time to successfully re-use the first phase of the Falcon 9 block 5. He successfully landed. In the first phase, 70% of the cost of the rocket represents. SpaceX shows that they can be reused at the first stage for four stages or more. I believe SpaceX will hit ten reuse targets. It means ten times before major maintenance and is used again and again hundreds of times.
There are costs for small maintenance before recovering, investigating and re-using it at the first stage. Refueling is also required at all times.
$ 62 million Falcon 9 costs 30% profit margins, with a margin of nonprofit worth reckoning, the initial cost for non-reusable Falcon 9 is $ 43.4 million
The first stage cost is $ 43.4 million or 70% of $ 30.4 million. Another $ 6 million costs are fairings. The statements made by Alan Musk are both "70% of the cost of rockets are the first phase" and "$ 6 million for the airlines". I assume that there will be a similar repetition level for the first stage in the finals. My intestine's feeling is that unwanted fairies should be easy to re-use, now the damage can be stopped.
$ 36.4 million from $ 43.4 million is now reusable. 83.9% of the cost is reused. It drops $ 7 million as the cost of the second phase.
SpaceX shows that they can split first stage and faring costs in the 4 to 10 launch. If it launches four consecutive launches, the launch is worth $ 16.1 million per view, including recovery, maintenance and the second phase. If it continues to be a continuous 10, then the launch plus cost of $ 10.6 million, including recovery, maintenance and the second phase. $ 7 million per launch in the second phase.
With the three launches in recognition and the second phase, and no change, divides up to $ 30.4 million in three plus $ 13 million. So the cost of $ 231 million for three reuse
When the second successful launch of SpaceX and the results were recovered, you would say "Now !!!" He was screaming, he was from the ULA (United Launch Alliance) and Air Force officials. Russia's Space Agency had left the building when they left the commercial launch a while back.
SpaceX will raise 46 million dollars per launch, while they will reuse four more consecutive times and when they re-use 10 times again, they will make $ 51 million per launch. The spacex operating margin will be 74 +%
Cost calculations do not include indirect costs like research and development or sales, general and administrative expenses (SGA). SpaceX has heavy research and development costs.
Brian Wang invites us to the USC class on space design
Brian Wang of Nextbig Futures has been invited and on December 11, he shared his insights with the ASTE 527 Graduate Space Concepts Studio Finals at the University of Southern California (USC). I will be connected by webex.