In this video we go through the first welds for building the world’s only crowdfunded, crewed space rocket, Spica. It is going to be by far the biggest homemade rocket in the world. One day it will send an amateur astronaut to space and bring him back safely again. Proving that big achievements do not require big budgets when we cultivate and open innovation culture.


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