Falcon Heavy has launched the Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster and the Starman to their journey in the outer space. They have to be things that "make you glad to wake up in the morning", and concepts like electric cars and space travel certainly qualify. Life can't be about "solving one miserable thing after another", he said. Falcon Heavy put a Tesla Roadster and its passenger, Starman, into orbit around the sun. That's why we did it. SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk brought an unsuspecting crowd to its feet at the during a surprise cameo appearance at the Austin conference. He described the video as "a trailer", but "it's not a trailer for a movie". This is not a TV show trailer. "What we're hoping this is is the trailer for one part of the next chapter of the human story".
The video was made by Jonathan "Jonah" Nolan, a British-American screenwriter best known for his work with his brother Christopher Nolan and as the creator of HBO's Westworld. They depicted the preparations for the launch, reaction and jubilation of the audience, the launch of a rocket into space and video footage of flying in space vehicle the Tesla Roadster with a dummy behind the wheel.
Yesterday, SpaceX has published on its official YouTube channel a new video which is dramatically reviewing the history of the Falcon Heavy launch, the most powerful rocket that has ever been launched from Earth, at the moment.
After the Heavy Falcon has been launched, its side propellers successfully landed by themselves after splitting from the core rocket.