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USA News – According to information received by ultra-fast World News, the Mars mission of the Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (SpaceX), which is engaged in space research, has suffered a setback. As part of this mission, the company’s largest missile sent 6 miles into the air after the landing of the SN10 spacecraft exploded. This caused the driver board to completely burn out. According to information released by SpaceX, the landing of the spacecraft was successful, but it blew up 10 minutes later.
Made a successful landing for the third time
According to information received by the high-speed “World News” newspaper, the spacecraft was returned to the atmosphere and landed twice. This was the third time. Landing was successful this time as well, but it exploded later. Earlier, SpaceX’s SN8 and SN9 were also blown up. Specsexo CEO Elon Musk praised the landing without a missile. He said that the cause of the explosion will be ascertained, but the biggest achievement is that the missile has landed successfully. Experts initially predicted the explosion would be caused by a methane gas leak.
She plans to take 12 people to the moon
Elon Musk’s SpaceX plans to bring 12 people to the moon by 2023. Preparations are underway as part of this planning. SpaceX is a private space research company.
The billionaire asked for a chance to go to the moon, given his name
According to information received by Ultra-Fast World News, Japanese billionaire Yusaku Megawa has asked for common names for Elon Musk’s SpaceX flight to the Moon in 2023. Yusaku said he has bought 8 airline seats, as he wants to take selected people with him. Japanese fashion mogul Yusaku has also shared a link on social media with all the app details. He said – “I want people of all backgrounds to be a part of this journey.”
Yusaku said they would pay to see all of the people
According to Yusaku, “Applicants must meet two criteria. Whatever work they work on, moving forward must be done in a way that can help the community and other people. At the same time, they will also have to support other members who have similar aspirations.” In 2018 Yusaku announced that he was the first private traveler to buy tickets, but he did not say how much he paid.