Congratulations on the anniversary of the Space Age!
On October 4, 1957 the USSR launched the first artificial Earth satellite codenamed PS-1 (Prosteyshiy Sputnik-1 — "Simplest Satellite-1").
And October 4 is also the anniversary of the private Space Age, because on October 4, 2004 a private suborbital spaceplane named SpaceShipOne reached the space for the second time in 5 days and successfully landed at the spaceport.
That is why our private company has double celebration today.
A lot of work is ahead — we want to see a satellite launched by our launch vehicle, a lunar base, stations in the asteroid belt, cities on Mars, the moons of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn and the first interstellar mission. Congratulations!