"Well, technically it did land... just not in once piece."
The fear of failure is one of the most common, and crippling, fears there is. While most of us only have to fear being embarrassed at karaoke night or maybe fumbling some words during a short presentation, other people are faced with operating millions of dollars’ worth of equipment on a regular basis. For them, failure means a little more than it might mean to us. While the film Apollo 13 made us think that for NASA “Failure is not an option,” for others, it remains an ever-present possibility.
Elon Musk announces that SpaceX will fly two private citizens on a mission around the moon in 2018.
Elon Musk's cryptic messages about a mysterious tunneling project in California are getting more substantive.
Already an enterpreneurial legend, creating revolutionary companies in several industries, Elon Musk wants to transform transportation by tunneling under cities. Maybe.