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Lunar XPRIZE Sep 17
Yusaku Maezawa purchased the entire BFR rocket flight, not just one seat - and he plans to share the experience with other artists!
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Chris Anderson Sep 17
Yusaku Maezawa might just be one of the most creative, generous, visionary and inspiring people on the planet. I'm blown away. However else the next few years play out, 2023 will bring us hope. Thank you, Yusaku.
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Twitter Moments Sep 17
Elon Musk is currently discussing the world's first passenger flight around the moon.
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Michael Baylor Sep 17
Awesome graphics of BFS flying around the moon.
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For The Launch Sep 17
How to get to the moon 101. Will do several test flights without people. Fight takes 5 days
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ABC7 Eyewitness News Sep 17
Elon Musk at announcement says humanity needs to plan to become a “multi-planet civilization” that can “extend life beyond Earth and do so as quickly as we can”
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Tanya Harrison Sep 17
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TicToc by Bloomberg Sep 17
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JUST IN: Elon Musk announces Japan’s Zozo suit founder Yusaku Maezawa is the first paying passenger to board ’s “First Lunar BFR Mission” around the moon
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Max Fagin Sep 17
The passengers on the lunar flight will be seeing the moon "up close", but not nearly as close as Apollo. Trajectory constraints will require periselene altitude of 3000-6000 km. Moon will "only" be about the size of a basketball-beachball held at arm's length.
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TicToc by Bloomberg Sep 17
“I choose to go to the moon!” Elon Musk introduces ’s 1st paying customer of the BFR or “Big Falcon Rocket”: Japan’s Zozo founder Yusaku Maezawa
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Michael Baylor Sep 17
Raptor is a beast!
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John Kraus Sep 17
Falcon 9 and a banner for scale. is giving the media unprecedented access for today’s announcement.
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Tanya Harrison Sep 17
First announced passenger, Yusaku Maezawa: "I choose to go to the Moon!"
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Tanya Harrison Sep 17
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Ars Technica 12h
“Outside of the USSR, from 1957 through 1967, and NASA from 1961 to 1971, it is difficult to find a country or company that has had a more dynamic decade in space than this.”
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Jack Beyer Sep 17
Here at HQ covering the BFR announcement for ! Theres two Falcon 9 boosters just laying within feet of me. 😱
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Pauline Acalin 17h
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