In this question some feedback made me wonder,
what matters more in an answer, truth or presentation style?
On a site like Space Exploration, it is often not so black and white that an answer is true/false. The issues we deal with are complicated and broad in scope, and sometimes we are dealing with situations where we don't even have all the data yet. All of these could be said to apply to the question you answered.
Because this is often the case here, we usually expect an answer to be presented in a format that properly explains itself--otherwise it can be difficult to determine what exactly the answer is, much less whether or not it is true.
We often expect an answer to use references or explain their reasoning. We expect an answer to be structured so that the portion that actually answers the original post is made clear. Most importantly, we don't expect anyone to get it all right on the first shot, but we do expect them to work with the community (through comments, etc.) to refine the answer. That's what we have these tools for.
First of all, I welcome that you are wanting to improve your presentation, that is fantastic!
The truth is arguably more important than presentation style, but when it's difficult to figure out the truth, that is difficult. Stack Exchange encourages the editing of sub-par answers, either by the user or others, when they contain truth that is beneficial. Many times my answers have been edited in such a way that improved the quality of the answer. Especially when English is an issue, this frequently occurs.
As to your specific answer, it is difficult to find anything of value. A few specific points:
Well, they can launch 11 satellites at a time while maintaining and reusing resources of old rockets first stages. Determining how to make a manned returning rocket of the same style seems like a logical next step, but the time frames on that are not known to me.
I know this might seem a bit harsh, but I'm writing this up not to be critical, but to help you join our community. The very fact that you took the time to post this in meta shows that you care about this community, and we are always excited to have new people join us. I look forward to your next answer, or seeing this one improved!