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SpaceX's Falcon Heavy take travelers to moon in September 2017

Tinuku ~ SpaceX's Falcon Heavy will launch a rocket carrying humans to the moon in September. The puzzle about when SpaceX's rocket launch brought tourists to the moon was finally answered. Falcon Heavy will certainly make its inaugural launch within four months or around September-October 2017.

Tinuku SpaceX's Falcon Heavy take travelers to moon in September 2017

Elon Musk, founder and CEO of SpaceX, confirmed directly to answering questions from a Twitter user about when the space travel transportation company realized the tourists space flight project.

"All Falcon Heavy cores should have arrived at the Cape in two to three months, so the launch should be done a month later," Elon Musk said via Twitter account on Friday, June 9, 2017.

Falcon Heavy will be the most powerful rocket in the world carrying cargo and crew into space with a total weight of 54 metric tons. The rocket will be used to travel to te moon to be scheduled in 2018.

A one-week cruise mission to Lunar by flying 480,000 kilometers to 640,000 kilometers above Earth and using the same track as NASA's Apollo 8 mission in 1968.

Chances Falcon Heavy will also play a role in SpaceX missionbrings humans to the Mars will be done in 2025.

SpaceX is not the only company to service commercial space travel. Other companies that also do the same include Virgin Galactic, Vulcan Aerospace, Blue Origin and Boeing.

London-based Virgin Galactic is testing piloted spacecraft carries six passengers to fly at an altitude of 100 kilometers above Earth to experience microgravity and see the Earth's arch.
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