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We can all see the moon, but for most of us it’s forever out of reach. Perhaps that’s why so many of the world’s richest men – Bezos, Elon Musk, Richard Branson – are ploughing millions into launching their rockets. Any bog-standard oligarch can own a superyacht. To show you truly operate on the next level, the stakes are no longer sky-high, they’re intergalactic.