Elon Musk Predicts The Failure Of Falcon Heavy

Ako Katsadze
Feb 5, 2018 · 2 min read
Mars Launch Failure

SpaceX has received a permission from the United States government to launch the Tesla Roadster. The quickest car in the world, with record-setting acceleration, range and performance will be send to mars.

SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch is scheduled for it’s lunch time around 1:30 on February 6th, 2018. This is the most powerful rocket ever lunched not only for SpaceX but in history of space travel. Main goal of this historical rocket launch is to send the car on a path to an elliptical Mars orbit.

Elon Musk wanted to make this lunch happen back in 2013 but for safety reasons it never ended up happening. Elon Musk tweeted this morning that there is 67% chance that SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch might be a big failure. They are saying that there is a high chance that explosion might take a place during the lunch but if it does end up not exploding on the ground than falcon heavy failure might result in the air.

Everyone is excited by the idea of space traveling, especially entering the new world of mars. Hopefully the Falcon Heavy Failure doesn’t take the place and happens to succeed. Elon Musk later on tweeted that he feels there is 50/50 chance of Falcon Heavy Failure and success.

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