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Scope captures images of Tesla in space

12 February 2018, 01:08 | Devin Moran

Ceres the largest object in the solar

Ceres the largest object in the solar system

The stunt actually served an important engineering goal. The company said in February a year ago that the rocket would send two people on a trip around the moon, but Musk said there's been a change of plans.

"They enjoyed it", Browning said.

Instead of a roadster, it may have been better for Musk to send a sedan or sport utility into orbit.

These dummy simulations serve two necessary functions. The Heavy is a combo of three Falcon 9s, that SpaceX uses to ship space station supplies and launch satellites for its customers.

But Musk was more interested in talking about what SpaceX will build next.

Conspiracy theorists have spotted a black object in the rocket launch video, which was viewed by millions, and now they are of the opinion that it may be an actual UFO. As this stuff vibrates, it can affect the rocket - and engineers don't want excessive jolting to occur during an already precarious, high-speed operation. He said that at some point - perhaps 50 to 100 years from now - it will be "a juicy target for salvage", and someone will mount a new space mission to recapture the Roadster and bring it back to Earth.




Turns out billionaire Musk loves his pop culture references - for this is another one. The launch is often just a confirmation that the rocket works - and can handle heavy loads.

"We talked about how, from ground up, a launch like that literally requires thousands of people", Browning said.

Rocket recycling is the key to SpaceX's launch cost-cutting strategy. But if SpaceX could allocate resources to attach the Roadster to a platform, surround it with sturdy cameras, and fit the "Starman" mannequin into a spacesuit, it seems likely that could have - at minimum - incorporated some scientific value into this simulated cargo-turned-space debris. And they'll use the same technology as those boosters. After all, any data gathered in space is valuable. Elon Musk, who founded SpaceX, the private enterprise responsible for launching the Falcon Heavy, said he hoped the launch would start a new "space race". It's typical for any test launch to leave debris in the Earth's orbit. As multi-staged rockets ascend, boosters become fuelless and are detached, making the rocket lighter and subsequently giving way to the activation of second or third boosters and so on. Or, in SpaceX's case, . High praise from a man who just sent an electric vehicle into space. And of course, SpaceX delivered the dramatic debut of the Falcon Heavy rocket, the most powerful launch system deployed since the Space Shuttle.

"I would like to go up into space and see if there was life on other planets", she said. "But it's not a problem in the way that Earth orbital debris is".

Around 350 feet (103 meters) tall, BFR would be almost as big and even more powerful than NASA's Saturn V which sent astronauts to the moon in the 1960s and 1970s. That said, the possibility of that kind of impact is incredibly low.



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