Space X made history yesterday with the successful launch of its new Falcon Heavy rocket and upright return landing of its boosters.
CEO Elon Musk, not to let this branding opportunity go to waste, used the rocket to launch a Tesla Roadster into space, complete with space-suit wearing manikin, known as “StarMan” at the wheel and infinite loop of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” on the radio (how does that work if sound doesn’t travel in the vacuum of space?)
The Tesla is in for a long joy ride – hundreds of millions of years at least, it’s estimated.
What’s it like to cruise the heavens with the top down when it’s always a sunny day?
You can find out here, thanks to this video stream from Space X:
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