The Tesla Roadster and the lifeless mannequin, launched by SpaceX in 2018, passed by Mars and continued on their way.
In February 2018, SpaceX, owned by Elon Musk, launched the Tesla Roadster and the lifeless model driver named “Starman” into space with the Falcon Heavy rocket.
Making a statement on the subject behind the launch of the rocket into the air, Musk said that sending the latest model car to space with the lifeless model is absurd but also fun.
IT IS VERY CLOSE TO MARS
The lifeless model Starman, who broadcast live from space for a while and then disappeared, and the Tesla Roadster he used, made their first pass near Mars last Wednesday. According to the statement, the car approached Mars approximately 8 million kilometers.
The fastest moving driver and car in human history is now 61 million kilometers from Earth and orbits the Sun every 557 days.
THREE VEHICLES WILL DOWN TO MARS IN 2021
In the statement; It was stated that the next time Roadster and Starman got so close to Mars, three different spacecraft would have landed on the surface of Mars for research.
If there is no problem; The spacecraft of the USA, China and the United Arab Emirates will land on the red planet in February 2021.