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First Ever Elon Musk Tesla Car Drift on Space

 First Ever Elon Musk Tesla Car Drift on Space

First Ever Elon Musk Tesla Car Drift on Space.

Yes, you heard right, Elon Musk's SpaceX successfully Launched into Space. Its seen like Dream comes true. Car drifting on Space.. Amazing moment we have seen ever.

  • Elon Musk has launched his new rocket, the Facon Heavy.
  • To experiment company decided to load a Tesla sports car. 
  • The Falcon heavy becomes the most capable vehicle, it designed to deliver to maximum payload to low earth orbit of 64 tonned.
SpaceX, is a private American aerospace manufacturer and space transport services company headquartered in Hawthorne, California. It was founded in 2002 by entrepreneur Elon Musk with the goal of reducing space transportation costs and enabling the colonization of Mars.

SpaceX has since developed the Falcon launch vehicle family and the Dragon spacecraft family, which both currently deliver payloads into Earth orbit.

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The center booster rocket, which SpaceX had predicted was less likely to be salvaged, slammed into the Atlantic at about 300 miles per hour (483 kph), showering the deck of the nearby drone landing vessel and destroying two of the ship’s thrusters, Musk told a post-launch news conference.


Still, the Silicon Valley mogul known for self-deprecating understatement hailed the launch as a victory and “a big relief.”

“I had this image of this giant explosion on the pad, with wheels bouncing down the road and the logo landing somewhere with a thud. But fortunately, that’s not what happened,” he said. “Crazy things come true.”

BBC reported, having such a large and powerful rocket should open up some fascinating new possibilities for Mr Musk and his SpaceX company. These include launching:
  • Much bigger satellites for use by US intelligence and the military. The scale of these satellites is limited by current rocket performance.
  • Large batches of satellites, such as those for Mr Musk's proposed constellation of thousands of spacecraft to deliver broadband across the globe.
  • Bigger, more capable robots to go to the surface of Mars, or to visit the outer planets such as Jupiter and Saturn, and their moons.
  • Huge telescopes. Hubble's successor, the James Webb Space Telescope, is having to be folded origami-like to fit in its launcher next year.

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