SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has announced that he is stepping down from his role at the space exploration company and will instead become a full-time corporate employee at the New York Times.
The news comes just a day after Musk revealed his resignation from Tesla Motors, and two days after he tweeted a link to his new cover letter.
In it, Musk outlines his vision for the future of space exploration and launches into his mission to transform the company and the space industry.
He writes, “I want to be a catalyst for change.
A leader in the space community who will help inspire a new generation of space scientists, engineers, and engineers to embrace the challenges ahead, and transform space into a real, global hub of innovation.”
Musk’s cover letter outlines a mission statement that includes his vision of space and the role that he plays in it, and he explains that the Times has been a great outlet for his ideas, including the SpaceX mission.
The article also outlines Musk’s vision of what he wants the future holds, with some specific promises in mind for the space sector: 1.
Space will be a global hub for innovation and discovery 2.
SpaceX will build the rockets needed to explore space 3.
A new generation will be inspired by Elon Musk 4.
Elon Musk will inspire a whole new generation to take up the challenge of space.
In his cover letter to the Times, Musk says that “the most exciting thing about the future is the power of imagination.”
Musk is also going to lead the Space Exploration Technologies Corp., or SpaceX, a space exploration firm that has been working to develop reusable rockets.
This would be a major change in the way the space station is used, but Musk says it’s important to have a company like SpaceX.
“We’re doing it because we love it,” Musk writes.
“It’s a privilege to be the person who’s responsible for that.”
Musk, a former Google executive, previously led the online company for a decade, and has been known for his entrepreneurial spirit.
In a 2014 interview with CNBC, he said that the company would not exist without the investment of its employees.
“You’re creating a new business model and you’re creating new jobs,” he said.
“So it’s not just a matter of what we do, it’s a matter for us, because it’s very hard to build a company if you don’t have employees.”
The space agency will also hire the head of the aerospace industry at the Times.
He is Mike Lazzaro, who previously worked at the United Launch Alliance, the launch provider that Musk founded.
Lazzarolo has also previously worked for a venture capital firm, where he served as managing director.
The space agencies goal is to bring in talent from outside of the space field to help make the space space a hub of new innovation.
In addition to the cover letter and the job description, Musk wrote a letter to his employees.
He said that he hopes the news will help them feel more confident and that the news is “an exciting step forward for our company and our community.”
Musk has already said that this will be the last job he’ll take at SpaceX.
It is unclear what kind of work Lazzalo will do at the paper.
He will be joining a team that includes former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, who is the Times’ chairman and CEO.
Bloomberg has been very vocal about the importance of innovation in the paper’s mission.
“I have great vision for what this space is going to be about,” Bloomberg told the Washington Post.
“My view is that if we can harness innovation, it will change the way people live, work, and play in the future.”