The pace of SpaceX launches has made them seem less and less remarkable â even boring â but that's a good thing.
Elon Musk seemed very happy after the maiden launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy, the world's most powerful operational rocket.
Perhaps Musk was tired, or he'd gotten the unabashed celebration out of his system beyond the sight of reporters.
Yet his space business â and in particular missions involving Falcon 9 rocketsÂ â is likely starting to feel routine for Musk.
It's even more remarkable to consider that SpaceX rocket launches will only get more and more routine and boring.
His aim: dramatically reducing the cost of sending people and cargo into space, and paving the way to the moon and Mars.
I look forward to seeing who emerges as the most capableÂ â and boring â aerospace company of them all. »