SpaceX Has Its First Private Passenger For A Lunar Flight

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Published on September 14, 2018 - Duration: 00:33s

SpaceX Has Its First Private Passenger For A Lunar Flight

SpaceX signed its first private passenger to fly around the Moon aboard its Big Falcon Rocket, says Geek.com.

The traveler’s name and further details will be revealed on Monday, Sept.

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SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has already hinted that the first customer might be from Japan.

BFR, the largest rocket in history, is expected to debut in the early 2020s.

In 2017, Musk said, “All our resources will turn toward building BFR."


SpaceX Has Its First Private Passenger For A Lunar Flight

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