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Keynote Speaker Gwynne Shotwell, President and COO of SpaceX,

Keynote Speaker Gwynne Shotwell, President and COO of SpaceX,
helped build the Falcon vehicle family manifest to more than 50 launches, representing over $5 billion in revenue.

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    San Diego Venture Group; Venture Summit 2013; Shotwell San Diego Venture Group; Venture Summit 2013; Shotwell Presentation Transcript

    • Gwynne Shotwell Keynote Speaker Gwynne Shotwell President & COO SpaceX
    • San Diego Venture Group 11th Annual Venture Summit Gwynne Shotwell July 12, 2013 Page 2© SpaceX
    • SpaceX Overview Video Page 3© SpaceX
    • About SpaceX • Founded in 2002 with the singular goal of providing highly reliable, low-cost space transportation for both cargo and crew • Over 3,000 employees and growing • Approximately $4 Billion in business under contractunder contract • Almost 50 flights now on Manifest • 5 successful flights in a row of the Falcon 9 launch vehicle • 4 successful Dragon missions – 3 of them to the International Space Station • Launch sites at Cape Canaveral, FL and Vandenberg AFB, CA Page 4© SpaceX
    • SpaceX Locations McGregor, TXMcGregor, TX Chantilly, VAChantilly, VA Washington, DCWashington, DC Houston, TXHouston, TX Hawthorne, CAHawthorne, CA Vandenberg AFB, CAVandenberg AFB, CA Cape Canaveral, FLCape Canaveral, FL Page 5© SpaceX Vandenberg AFB, CA Hawthorne, CA McGregor, TX Cape Canaveral, FL
    • Primary External Investors Civil ($2.8B) • Commercial Cargo ($1.5B) • Commercial Crew (.8B) • Science Satellites ($.5B) National Security ($3B) Launch Markets • US Air Force • Other DoD • NRO • Other Commercial (Domestic and Int’l > $2B) • Satellite carriage (GTO) ($2B) • Satellite Carriage (LEO) (lumpy) Page 6© SpaceX
    • Keys to Success Nearly 50 launches on manifest valued at more than $4 billion Design – Increase reliability and value through simplicity, redundancy, robust design margins, and rapid prototyping Evolutionary & Building Block Approach – Leverage commonality between vehicles Flat Management Structure – Decision authority at the lowest possible level SpaceX Pricing Competitor PricingSpaceX Pricing Falcon 9 ~ $54M Falcon 9 w/Dragon ~ $130M Falcon Heavy ~ $128M Competitor Pricing Long March 3 (China) ~ $65M Sea Launch Zenit (Russia) ~ $105M ILS Proton (Russia) ~ $105M Arianespace Ariane V (France) ~ $200M United Launch Alliance (USA) ~ $450M* *subsidized by USG Page 7© SpaceX
    • Wide Breadth of Technical Expertise Page 8© SpaceX We design and build more than 70% of our vehicle content in-house
    • SpaceX Product Portfolio Page 9© SpaceX Falcon 1 (Retired) Falcon 9 Falcon Heavy Dragon Spacecraft
    • Falcon 9 Flight Heritage Falcon 9 Inaugural Flight Jun 4, 2010 Falcon 9 Flight 2 Dragon COTS C1 Dec, 8 2010 Falcon 9 Flight 3 Dragon COTS 2+ May 22, 2012 Falcon 9 Flight 4 Dragon CRS-1 Oct 7, 2012 Falcon 9 Flight 5 Dragon CRS-2 Mar 1, 2013 Page 10© SpaceX
    • SpaceX Global Customer Base With the entry of SpaceX into the commercial geosynchronous transfer orbit (GTO) marketplace, American competitiveness is experiencing a robust recovery NASA – Washington, DCNASA – Washington, DC ORBCOMM – Ft. Lee, NJORBCOMM – Ft. Lee, NJ MDA – Richmond BC, CanadaMDA – Richmond BC, Canada Intelsat – Washington, DCIntelsat – Washington, DC SS/L – Palo Alto, CASS/L – Palo Alto, CA SES – Betzdorf, LuxembourgSES – Betzdorf, Luxembourg Iridium – McLean, VAIridium – McLean, VA Bigelow Aerospace – Las Vegas, NVBigelow Aerospace – Las Vegas, NV Spacecom – IsraelSpacecom – Israel ABS – Hong Kong, ChinaABS – Hong Kong, China AsiaSat – Hong Kong, ChinaAsiaSat – Hong Kong, China NSPO – Hsinchu, TaiwanNSPO – Hsinchu, Taiwan Diversified flight manifest with strong presence in Commercial, Civil and Defense sectors in nine countries Equator Page 11© SpaceX SatMex – Mexico City, MexicoSatMex – Mexico City, Mexico CONAE – Buenos Aires, ArgentinaCONAE – Buenos Aires, Argentina Thaicom – Nontaburi, ThailandThaicom – Nontaburi, Thailand NSPO – Hsinchu, TaiwanNSPO – Hsinchu, Taiwan
    • What’s Ahead for SpaceX?What’s Ahead for SpaceX? Page 12© SpaceX
    • 1 – Regular Operations Customer Date† Vehicle Launch Site ORBCOMM – multiple flights 2012-2014 Multiple Cape Canaveral NASA Resupply to ISS – CRS-2 thru 12 2012-2015 Falcon 9 / Dragon Cape Canaveral MDA Corporation (Canada) 2013 Falcon 9 Vandenberg Falcon Heavy Demo Flight 2014 Falcon Heavy Vandenberg SES (Europe) – two flights 2013, 2015 Falcon 9 Cape Canaveral Thaicom (Thailand) 2013 Falcon 9 Cape Canaveral NSPO (Taiwan) 2013 Falcon 9 Vandenberg AsiaSat (Hong Kong) – two flights 2014 Falcon 9 Cape Canaveral Space Systems/Loral 2014 Falcon 9 Cape Canaveral DSCOVR (US Air Force) 2014 Falcon 9 Cape Canaveral CONAE (Argentina) – two flights 2014, 2015 Falcon 9 Vandenberg DragonLab – two flights 2014, 2015 Falcon 9 / Dragon Cape Canaveral Asia Broadcast Satellite / Satmex – two flights 2014, 2015 Falcon 9 Cape Canaveral Jason-3 (NASA) 2014 Falcon 9 Vandenberg Spacecom (Israel) 2015 Falcon 9 Cape Canaveral Bigelow Aerospace 2015 Falcon 9 Cape Canaveral Iridium – eight flights 2015-2017 Falcon 9 Vandenberg STP-2 (US Air Force) 2015 Falcon Heavy Cape Canaveral Intelsat 2015 Falcon Heavy Cape Canaveral Page 13© SpaceX
    • 2 – Develop Reusability (grasshopper videos) Page 14© SpaceX
    • 3 – Falcon Heavy • Uses three Falcon 9 first stages in parallel - will be the world’s largest lift capacity to orbit • 53,000 kg (117,000 lb) to Low Earth Orbit Page 15© SpaceX • That is more than 2x the Space Shuttle – and half the lift of Saturn V, last launched in 1973 • Estimated to deliver a record breaking price of $1,100 per pound to orbit
    • 4 – Crew Transport • We are currently developing the suits, seats, life support, and emergency escape systems for Dragon to carry people • Targeting first human flight in 3-4 years • Our first manned flight will carry a crew of SpaceX astronauts to orbit and back Page 16© SpaceX
    • Where do we go from here? DESTINATION TIME DISTANCE • Earth Orbit ~ 10 minutes ~200 km• Earth Orbit ~ 10 minutes ~200 km • Moon ~ 3 days 381,000 km • Mars ~ 6 months 54,556,600 km • …and Beyond! ? ? Page 17© SpaceX
    • Questions?Questions? © SpaceX Page 18