Musk to Put His Personal Tesla Into Mars Orbit

SpaceX, Nueralink and the Boring Co. announced the plan over the weekend in a message to his loyal Twitter followers.

Musk had nixed a proposed landing of a SpaceX Dragon space capsule on Mars earlier this year, citing the costs of NASA certifying the landing.

Mock Elon Musk's plan to launch his personal Tesla roadster to Mars on a brand-new SpaceX rocket if you must, but it's more than just ridiculous inter-planetary brand synergy: It's bringing the technology mogul back to his roots.

"'Falcon Heavy" to launch next month from "Apollo 11' pad at the Cape [Cape Canaveral, Florida]".

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This is how the founder, chief executive and largest shareholder of both SpaceX and Tesla Inc does cross-marketing pro-motion.

Some rich men buy a red sports vehicle when they hit middle age. Only the Saturn V moon rocket, last flown in 1973, delivered more payload to orbit. Falcon Heavy is a far more powerful rocket that has been in development for years.

But if SpaceX is open for other ideas, a crash effort by scientists could send a 230-pound probe launched from the Falcon Heavy to fly by Oumuamua, a newly discovered and first asteroid spotted that comes from another star, Andreas Hein of the Initiative for Interstellar Studies told BuzzFeed News. The Falcon Heavy features three nine-engine booster cores which will hurl its cargo out of the atmosphere, and then attempt to land on earth for future re-use. There's a legitimate rea-son, beyond showmanship, to keep the maiden flight clear of paying customers. The company has already flown 16 missions in 2017, double the number in 2016, and is slated to ferry cargo to the International Space Station on December 8 as part of its contract with Nasa.

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