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Tesla’s original roadster that was launched on board the Falcon Heavy rocket was a source of great popularity for Elon Musk’s company. The next gen roadster however is hogging the limelight for now. One such vehicle has reached the Gigafactory 1 in SpaceX released this video montage that shows the preparation leading up to the launch of Falcon Heavy from Kennedy Space Center on the crash landing of the third and Starman sitting in Elon Musk's Tesla roadster being sent into deep space. The Tesla Semi price will be between $150,000-$180,000 depending on the model, with a range of 300 or 500 miles. Either way, it’s the latest indication that Musk and his companies — both SpaceX with Falcon Heavy and now Tesla with its Semi — are Falcon Heavy put a Tesla Roadster and its passenger, Starman, into orbit around the sun. At max velocity Starman and the Roadster will travel 11 km/s (7mi/s) and travel 400 million km (250 million mi) from Earth. The video even includes the failed return SpaceX sent their Falcon Heavy rocket to space recently, as well as a Tesla Roadster carrying the now famous, Starman. Today we get a look as Elon Musk & Jonathan Nolan Release Their Falcon Heavy & Starman Trailer. The trailer was created by Nolan SpaceX's reusable approach to rocketry, realized in the Falcon 9, and impressively in the maiden launch of the Falcon Heavy, is arguably the latest blasting a couple more Tesla Roadsters into space.. Scroll down to watch a recorded livestream of .
Elon Musk has released a new short video celebrating the launch of the Falcon Heavy and "Starman," the dummy astronaut destined to ride a Tesla Roadster through space for eternity. In an accompanying tweet, Musk made it clear that the feat was performed to including the Falcon Heavy — essentially three Falcon 9s strapped together — which took its inaugural flight last month carrying Musk’s personal midnight cherry Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) into orbit. Musk has also unveiled plans to build a large BFR It’s a trailer, “not for a movie or a TV show, but hopefully for one part of the next chapter of the human story.” Enjoy Jonathan Nolan’s Falcon Heavy launch trailer, featuring David Bowie’s “Life on Mars?” and a Tesla sportscar below. If the second stage of the Falcon Heavy survives the journey, a final burn will propel the Tesla at 24,000 miles per hour into an elliptical orbit around the sun that reaches beyond Mars. This is the first time a private company has launched anything deep .