Where is the Tesla that SpaceX sent into space?


SpaceX launched a car into space on February 6, 2018. Some dismissed as a stupid rich guy thing. I enjoyed it immensely. SpaceX is doing remarkable work, with NASA’s help, in getting the space effort going again. Putting the Tesla Roadster, and a space dummy, on a trajectory towards Mars caught the public’s attention. If it helps build awareness and support for more space travel, that is a worthy effort. 

So I was thinking about that launch today and was wondering what ever happened to that car. Of course, the internet came to the rescue. 

The site is https://www.whereisroadster.com/ and it is constantly updated with the latest information. This site was put up by some guy, not related at all to Tesla and SpaceX. 

It is currently going over 11,000 miles per hour. 

I think that is awesome.


One response to “Where is the Tesla that SpaceX sent into space?”

  1. Space travel is exciting! Thanks for posting this. I was not aware of the Tesla Roadster with dummy on its way to Mars. In fact I haven’t given space travel much thought at all for a long time. My father-in-law was a design engineer with the company (North American Avaition ??)that designed the electrical panel in the space shuttle–I guess that would go back to the 60s, 70s, 80s.

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