SpaceX is livestreaming Elon Musk’s Tesla as it floats toward Mars

You can now view a Tesla float in harmony through area. No, I’m not describing a Terrence Malick-directed sci-fi movie or some odd ’80s rock lyrics. A Tesla is really drifting through area today– and it’s moving towards Mars.

Elon Musk published a link on Twitter to a livestream of the cherry red first-generation Tesla Roadster he released into area aboard his SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket previously today.

Unfortunately, there’s is no audio, so you cannot hear it playing David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” on repeat. You can, nevertheless, get a great take a look at the Stig- esque dummy called “Starman” in the front seat rocking the aerospace business’s trendy spacesuit. The video is leaping in between 3 video cameras installed to the cars and truck.

After removing from the primary Falcon Heavy core previously today, the Tesla cars started a “billion year” elliptical journey around Mars’ orbit. Obviously, it will undoubtedly be found by aliens– however do not stress, Musk has actually currently believed it through.

Printed on the circuit board of an automobile in deep area

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