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fire me nana satellites that monitor everything from Somali pirates on the high seas to global weather patterns eating itself to governments and companies , iron bottom line depends on whether they expect him landed falcon nine rocket back on earth safely something it was unable to do on Sunday when a rocket hit , scientists for satellite in orbit and want to have a hundred different clientele the coverage looking for right now it costs about two hundred fifty thousand dollars to hitch a ride into orbit with respect or any of the other companies by our contract with , it they thank him ticket three landing could bring that Frank down way down fired head of operation crippling or the industry as a whole having the capability to launch a rocket means that you will have greater access to long term and then potentially a lower cost nnj later correspondent heather Somerville says driving down the cost which is the single biggest barrier to entry turning heads in the venture capital community again venture capital at a bank that security when making investment and what has been a very , just how low the price will go remains to be seen