Elon Musk will send humans to the moon with a SpaceX rocket

Elon Musk
A few days ago, the private space transportation companies belonging to Elon Musk, SpaceX, announced his plan to send the first passenger on a trip to the moon. In the description via Twitter, mentioned that the aircraft that carry passengers be used first is SpaceX Big Falcon Rocket.

"SpaceX has signed an agreement on the world's first private passengers who will fly around the Moon above our vehicle, the Big Falcon Rocket, " said SpaceX, excerpted from Business Insider.

SpaceX mentions, it is becoming an important step leading to the access for those who dreamed of trips to outer space. SpaceX also says it will announce the names of the passengers who flew first to the Moon, as well as explaining why the person was selected for the inaugural flight of the SpaceX together to the moon.

Actually, this is not the first time the company announced that it would launch a mission to fly around the Moon, but do not land there. Earlier, SpaceX also announced flight missions circling the Moon in February 2017 with two crew members.

Initially, this plan aims to launch two civilians in the same line with NASA'S Apollo 13 astronauts. Originally trialed with the Falcon rocket Heavy, the company is preparing for the first flight at the beginning of 2019. However, SpaceX to the outside of the plan first and only carry one passenger. According to Elon Musk, hint at the possibility of the first passengers to fly to the moon with BFR is people Japan.


No comments