As they say ... big if true ...
Now we are entering into a new phase, the sustainable age. We have gone from space projects driven by international tensions, like Apollo, or domestic politics, like the Space Shuttle, to things being done because they return economic value. And because they’re getting cheaper, which makes the return of value easier.
To launch a kilogram to orbit on the Space Shuttle cost almost $55,000. To do the same thing on SpaceX’s Falcon 9 costs a mere $2,700, roughly one-20th as much. Musk is promising that it will be a mere $200 on his next craft, the Starship.
It costs something like $200 a pound to ship magazines these days ... just saying.