The two wealthiest men on the planet will not quit fighting over space.
Elon Musk mocked Jeff Bezos on Twitter Friday, blaming him for having ventured down as Amazon CEO to spend his time filing lawsuits against Musk’s company SpaceX.
The hit comes after Bezos’ Blue Origin space firm sued NASA recently over the office’s choice to give a $2.9 billion moon lander contract to SpaceX.
Amazon likewise recorded an objection against SpaceX with the Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday, asking the controller to dismiss the company’s arrangement to dispatch more satellites as a component of its satellite web business.
Musk, who is the second wealthiest man on the planet after Bezos, is tired of the opponent rocketeer’s lawful moves.
“Turns out Besos resigned to seek after an everyday occupation filing lawsuits against SpaceX… ” Musk wrote on Twitter Friday — incorrect spelling Bezos’ name, rather composing the Spanish word for “kisses.”
The 50-year-old Musk offered the remarks in an answer to a Tweet from a correspondent who works for the news, which is possessed by Bezos.
Bezos ventured down as Amazon CEO in July, passing the reins to trusted lieutenant Andy Jassy and shooting himself into space on a Blue Origin rocket.
SpaceX and Blue Origin didn’t quickly answer to demands for input.
Musk and Bezos, who Forbes estimates are valued at $193 billion and $186 billion, separately, have a long history of quarreling about their galactic ambitions.
The pair once met over supper in 2004 to discuss space travel, journalist Christian Davenport wrote in a book about the couple.
“We discussed rocket architectures,” Musk said about the supper. “I really gave a valiant effort to offer good guidance, which he generally disregarded.”
In 2013, contest between the two very rich people spilled into general visibility when they quarreled about admittance to a NASA launchpad and without further ado subsequently fought over rocket-landing licenses.
In 2015, Musk dissed Bezos on Twitter over other rocket landing technology, blaming Blue Origin for being a very long time behind SpaceX.
Recently, Musk ridiculed amedia journalist composing a tale about him, answering to a solicitation for input on a story with, “Give my respects to your puppet master.”
As far as concerns Bezos, he has mocked plans to colonize Mars, a key SpaceX desire.
“My companions who need to move to Mars, I say, help me out and go live on the highest point of Mount Everest for a year first, and check whether you like it, since it’s a nursery heaven contrasted with Mars,” Bezos told Space news network in 2019.