How a 31-year-old built a $4.2 billion aerospace start-up
We can recognize the biggest names in space, like Bezos, Musk and Branson. But keep an eye on an up-and-comer: Tim Ellis. To join Elon Musk's SpaceX in the race to Mars, Tim Ellis's Relativity Space is building the world's largest 3D-printed rocket. Tim spent five years working at Blue Origin before leaving to start his 3D-printed rocket company with a $500,000 check from Mark Cuban. Here's how the 31-year-old built a $4.2 billion start-up called Relativity Space.
Sat, May 7 20228:55 AM EDT