In the 20th century, nations were promoting the idea of operating in space. As a result, various attempts were made to fly in space, giving everyone a dream.
In the 21st century, expectations for the space business have intensified. In the United States, reusable multi-stage rockets have been developed, and an environment is gradually being created in which people who are not astronauts can go to outer space and the International Space Station.
The major difference between the 20th century and the 21st century is that many venture companies, which are not part of the national government, are now able to aim for space together with the government. Like the Internet, which has developed rapidly in recent years, and the various businesses that have emerged from it, space provides us with a new frontier.
When we were born, it was still the world of comic books and movies, but in 20 years from now, business and daily life will be much closer to being active in space.
By 2040, everyone will have access to space.