SpaceX of Elon Musk's space technology initiative continues to write history. The company announced that it has completed its plans to send non-astronaut private passengers to the Moon with BFR rockets and has received official approval. The actual statement will be made on September 17th with a live broadcast by Musk.
The purpose of SpaceX's establishment by Elon Musk in 2002 was to make manned journeys to Mars. Ever since then, the company invented Falcon 9, the first reusable rocket in history. We then saw the Falcon Heavy rocket, a combination of three Falcon 9s, which sent a Tesla Roadster representing a space charge to Mars orbit. Apart from all these, there are BFR (Big Falcon Rocket) tests that will help the company's ultimate goal with 100 passengers.
According to SpaceX's comment on Twitter, private passengers will soon travel to Ay with BFR. The company will do all the official processes for it and will announce its plans by broadcasting live on September 17th at 9:00 pm UTC.
"SpaceX threw its signature to fly to the Moon with BFR, the world's first private trip launch vehicle. It's an important step to get in touch with people who dream of making space travel. We will explain who the first passengers are and why on Monday, September 17th. "
Elon Musk received numerous questions on Twitter after this sharing. One of the most remarkable of these was the question of whether or not he should be himself. Musk responded to this question by sharing the Japan flag emoji. So the first passengers gave a clue to who they were going to be.
"In history only 24 people went to the Moon. Nobody has visited the site since the last Apollo mission in 1972. "
The details of how to negotiate SpaceX's announcement that it was an official signing is exciting, but it is not clear yet. Earlier in February 2017, BFR announced that SpaceX had announced a month-long journey before the end of 2018. What was planned to be used in this journey was the Falcon Heavy rocket and the Dragon capsule, which had a capacity of 3 passengers, but the company canceled the flight by making new plans. If it did, it would be dated on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 18 mission in December 1968.
MoonX planned for launching Mars cruises is a design for the Moon Base Alpha.
According to the Wall Street Journal, there is no way to fly a month before 2019, but we will have learned about SpaceX's plans with all the details in the morning of September 18th.