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SpaceX Announced world’s first private passenger for Moon trip

Details of the passengers will be revealed during a livestream on Tuesday 6:30 AM, Indian Standard Time (IST)

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The SpaceX says it has already booked a private trip around the Moon The SpaceX’s BFR the rocket that it hopes will enable trips around the world, to the Moon and to the Mars.

No one has been to the Moon since Apollo missions ended in the 70s, but now, in a “world’s first” SpaceX is apparently taking reservations. Details of the passengers will be revealed during a livestream on Tuesday 6:30 AM, Indian Standard Time (IST).

 

Early last year Elon Musk also revealed that two humans would take this trip at some point in 2018, but now we’re anticipating a delay so that it can occur on the LA-built BFR, instead of a Falcon Heavy carrying a Dragon capsule.

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