You are cordially invited to the moon in 2023! Elon Musk’s company, SpaceX, has unveiled plans to fly around the moon in VR. We explain how he’s going to do it and how you can get in on the launch.
A Japanese billionaire who wants to take his love of art to the heavens will be the first private passenger to fly around the moon, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk announced Monday.
Musk introduced Yusaku Maezawa, founder of the international custom-fit clothing company Zozo and an avid art collector, as the one who is investing in the spaceship project in order to take the trip, possibly in 2023.
“This is dangerous. This is not a walk in the park,” Elon Musk warned at a crowded press conference at the rocket maker’s headquarters near Los Angeles International Airport. “There are chances something go wrong” and “you have to be a brave person to do that.”
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