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Space. X Summary n Founded in mid 2002 with the singular goal of providing Space. X Summary n Founded in mid 2002 with the singular goal of providing high reliability, low cost space transportation n Initial target market is government & commercial satellites to minimize market risk n Transition to human transportation once technology is proven n Silicon Valley mode of operation – flat hierarchy, high engineer to manager ratio, rapid prototype iteration, best idea wins n 270 employees n Six buildings (100, 000 sqft) of office and manufacturing space in Southern California n 300 acre propulsion and structural test facility in Texas n Launch complexes in Kwajalein, Vandenberg, and Cape Canaveral n In less than 5 years, what have we achieved? Space Exploration Technologies Corporation Spacex. com

Space. X Highlights n n Executed 2 Demonstration Falcon 1 flights and gathered enough Space. X Highlights n n Executed 2 Demonstration Falcon 1 flights and gathered enough data on the vehicle and supporting systems to comfortably move towards operational status Numerous improvements made to the Falcon 1 vehicle, ground system and Quality processes based on first two demonstrations n Substantial progress on Falcon 9 and Dragon development n Have 11 flights on the manifest Space Exploration Technologies Corporation Spacex. com

12 Launches on Manifest Customer Launch Vehicle Departure Point FALCON Demo Launch 2 Q 12 Launches on Manifest Customer Launch Vehicle Departure Point FALCON Demo Launch 2 Q 1 2007 Falcon I Kwajalein OSD/NRL Tacsat-1 Q 3 2007 Falcon I Kwajalein Malaysia Razaksat Q 4 2007 Falcon I Kwajalein US Government Q 3 2008 Falcon 9 Cape MDA Corp Cassiope Q 3 2008 Falcon 9 Cape NASA COTS Q 2 2009 Falcon 9 Cape NASA COTS Q 3 2009 Falcon 9 Cape MDA Corp Argo Q 3 2009 Falcon 1 Vandenberg Space. Dev Q 4 2009 Falcon 1 Vandenberg Bigelow Aerospace Q 4 2009 Falcon 9 Cape Swedish Space Corp Q 1 2010 Falcon 1 Vandenberg Plus AF IDIQ Falcon I Contract Space Exploration Technologies Corporation Spacex. com

Falcon 1 Demo Flight 2 Second Demonstration of the Falcon 1 a near complete Falcon 1 Demo Flight 2 Second Demonstration of the Falcon 1 a near complete success for a test flight n Falcon 1 reached space n Fastest recycle ever demonstrated n All major flight regime command modes validated n Validated first and second stage propulsion n Validated all vehicle structures n Validated all vehicle avionics n 289 km altitude; 5. 1 km/s n Reduced pad acoustic environments Space Exploration Technologies Corporation Spacex. com Photos courtesy of USAKA

Vehicle Development Path n Demo flights n n n Next 3 flights n n Vehicle Development Path n Demo flights n n n Next 3 flights n n n Merlin 1 A ablative engine Kestrel-1 upperstage engine Skin/stringer fairing ~700 pounds to orbit De-tuned Merlin 1 C Regen engine Kestrel-2 upperstage engine Skin/stringer fairing ~1200 pounds to orbit 2009—Falcon 1 E n n n Full Merlin 1 C performance Longer first stage ~1800 pounds to orbit Space Exploration Technologies Corporation Spacex. com

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Payload Adapter & Fairing n n n Standard Payload Attachment Fitting (PAF) available Mission-specific Payload Adapter & Fairing n n n Standard Payload Attachment Fitting (PAF) available Mission-specific payload separation system Payload Fairings Space Exploration Technologies Corporation Spacex. com

Falcon Current and Planned Launch Sites n Falcon 1 n n Reagan Test Site Falcon Current and Planned Launch Sites n Falcon 1 n n Reagan Test Site SLC 3 W at VAFB through 2008 Agreements in place (inactive) for LC 46 at the Cape Falcon 9 n n Approval for LC 40 at the Cape Siting effort underway at RTS Formal request for SLC 4 at VAFB Discussions w/ Wallops and Kodiak Space Exploration Technologies Corporation Spacex. com

Integration & Launch Operations n n n 2 week launch campaign Vertical Payload Encapsulation Integration & Launch Operations n n n 2 week launch campaign Vertical Payload Encapsulation Rotate to horizontal for mating Conditioned air supplied to the fairing volume Post-mate payload/LV checkouts 2 hour fully automated countdown Space Exploration Technologies Corporation Spacex. com

Standard Payload Services n n n Single POC including interface with the range/range safety Standard Payload Services n n n Single POC including interface with the range/range safety Standard mechanical and electrical I/F Definition of mission specific ground and flight environments Analyses n Separation, clearance, 2 coupled loads, performance/trajectory Launch Site Support n Payload processing facilities in environmentally controlled and monitored facility & fairing n Seats in the MCC and LCC n Payload access 48 hours prior Launch n High availability n GPS guided insertion for accuracy n Low tip off rates Space Exploration Technologies Corporation n Collision Avoidance Maneuver Spacex. com

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The NASA COTS Project n n n NASA is making an unprecedented coinvestment in The NASA COTS Project n n n NASA is making an unprecedented coinvestment in commercial space transportation services to create a competitive market for ISS flights Limited resources and the space shuttle's pending retirement has created a favorable environment for COTS partnership Through a Space Act Agreement with NASA, Space. X will develop and demonstrate an in-space transportation system, Dragon Three demonstration flights (late 2008 -late 2009)—the third to approach and berth with the ISS It is a safe bet: we only get paid when we accomplish a milestone Other government organizations are interested in the project and the flexibility of the Space. X solution Space Exploration Technologies Corporation Spacex. com

Dragon—Space. X’s COTS offering Capable and cost effective host spacecraft (and you get your Dragon—Space. X’s COTS offering Capable and cost effective host spacecraft (and you get your payload back) n n n n n Originally designed for crew/cargo Can easily accommodate instruments & communication equipment 3 metric tons of payload capacity 12 cubic meters of environmentally controlled volume 12 cubic meters of additional unpressurized volume Over a kilowatt of power available Stable platform, fine pointing Recoverable so the payload can be returned Ideal for rapid prototyping and experimentation High flight rate expected Space Exploration Technologies Corporation Spacex. com