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How to Contact SpaceX

So you want to get in touch with SpaceX. Maybe you have a brilliant design for a rocketship, a burning question about space travel, or you just want to find out what on earth is going on in Elon Musk’s head. No matter what the reason, here’s how to reach out to SpaceX and submit your question.

1. Head to the SpaceX website.
All the information you want can be found online, and the SpaceX contact info is no exception. Go to to access the official SpaceX website. It’s a pretty snazzy site with a lot of interesting content, so you might want to explore it a little after you contact the company.

2. Navigate to “About SpaceX”.
In the upper right hand corner of the website, you should see “About SpaceX” on the black menu bar. The button is located in between “Updates” and “Careers.” Click on it, and you’ll be taken to their info page which contains contact information.

3. Scroll down to the section titled “Contact SpaceX”.
Once you’ve clicked on “About SpaceX,” scroll down to the last third of the page. You should see a grey map of the United States and the heading “Contact SpaceX” in the upper left corner above the map.

4. Send an email or call the number listed.
On the opposite side from the “Contact” heading, you should see all the contact information for SpaceX. There is an address for the headquarters, a general line phone number, and two different email addresses. One email is for media, and the other is for sales. Keep in mind that if you choose to call the general line instead of send an email, you won’t speak to a human employee. SpaceX is big on technology, naturally, so most of their customer service avenues are automated.
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Dec 19, 2019
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