Elon Musk, no stranger to incredible promises, dreamed about the world flights aboard one of his rockets.
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and Space Exploration Technologies Corp. tweeted about SpaceX's latest mission as he jumped toward sci-fi stuff.
Earth-to-earth rocket aircraft can have about 1,000 people. Unfortunately, all seats would be coach and there would not be toilets, but on the plus side, most tours would take only 15 to 20 minutes, Musk tweeted.
It would be "unwise" to let passengers move over the planes, resembling the disneys experience
famous Space Mountain roller coaster ride:
The latest SpaceX's Falcon Heavy liftoff was Monday when the powerful rocket was set to deliver 24 satellites to space and other things on a mission that was coordinated by the Ministry of Defense. Musk called it SpaceX's "hardest launch" yet.
Falcon Heavy's two side boosters, previously used on Falcon Heavy's first paid mission in April, landed safely. However, the Radics center booster seemed to have missed its goal, SpaceX's droneship "Of Course In Still Love You" and to collide in the ocean.
In April Falcon Heavy burst into a high-capacity telecommunications satellite load and then safely landed all three of its boosters, including the center the core.
Falcon Heavy's first flight was a demo flight in February 2018 with its famous dummy payload of a Tesla Red Roadster and a space-dressed dummy called "Starman," following the David Bowie song, behind the sports car wheels.