The German newspaper said that Musk "was borrowed from the Russian"

Elon Musk and his SpaceX has adopted the concept of separate delivery of people and cargo into space "Russian", writes the German newspaper Der Tagesspiegel.

As notes the edition, in a new "postattack" concept of the US compared to the last lot has changed: starting from materials and ending with the economic model and fashion.

"In a fundamentally different way (the principle borrowed from Russian) in the new "postattack" concept of Americans provided by the division of transportation of people and materials. Early space shuttles could (and had) to carry tons of materials and over 20 crew members," write the authors of the material indicating that "the Russians from the very beginning relied on the separate launches of the space of "trucks" and manned spacecraft".

Separate shipping people and cargo into space, as Musk believes, is appropriate for other reasons, writes Der Tagesspiegel. So, SpaceX in the medium term wants to carry into space not only cargo and astronauts, and tourists. "However, the pioneers began the Russian, who was whisked to the ISS tourist, Denis Tito in 2001," - concludes the publication.

Sunday manned spacecraft Crew Dragon with NASA astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken docked to the ISS. This is the first in nine years of American manned space flight.