Tesla Inc (TSLA) Says Major Navigation System Overhaul Coming Soon

Alicia Cross
December 23, 2017

Elon Musk - who founded the space exploration firm in 2002, one year before he launched Tesla tweeted photographs of the Falcon Heavy awaiting its big moment inside a SpaceX hangar. The picture shows a 2008 midnight-cherry-red Tesla Roadster sitting in the carbon-fiber fairing of a Falcon Heavy rocket - just as Musk promised.

On Thursday, Tesla chief executive Elon Musk pledged the navigation proposition would be "light-years ahead" of its current system.

With enough fuel and the right trajectory, it's got enough thrust to launch a payload heavier than a vehicle to Pluto, let alone Mars. "That seemed extremely boring", he wrote on Instagram. According to Musk, the auto will be locked in Mars orbit for 1 billion years playing David Bowie's "Space Oddity" for as long as it has power.

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"Major navigation overhaul coming in early 2018". The Falcon Heavy rocket is powerful enough to launch a fully-populated 737 jet into orbit, and is created to carry human cargo into space. And in 2010, he launched a wheel of cheese into orbit during the maiden voyage of Dragon, a spaceship built by SpaceX.

Doubling down on his mission to never be boring, he also said that the auto would be blasting the famous 1972 song Space Oddity by David Bowie. In other words, don't be surprised if it ends up in an updated version of Musk's blooper video.

But it might be something else in Carmack's background that interests Musk, as Carmack pointed out in a tweet of his own in response to a Business Insider report: Carmack and Musk helped found the Commercial Spaceflight Federation in 2005.

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