This Tesla Model X Will Transport Two Astronauts To SpaceX’s Launch Pad



On May 27, SpaceX and NASA’s eagerly anticipated SpaceX Demo-2 assignment with its Crew Dragon spacecraft will lift off, which makes the very first time astronauts are launched to distance from U.S. land since 2011. Fittingly, Tesla will play with a little role.

With over two weeks to go until the launching, images are shared with an Tesla Model X with NASA decals that will transfer astronauts Bob Behnken and Col. Doug Hurley into the launching pad.

Super exciting afternoon!

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 13, 2020

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A cartoon from NASA gives us a record of what the assignment will entail. The astronauts will be transported to the launch pad at the Model X before walking across the bridge linking the launching tower into your Falcon 9. The two astronauts will then develop into space before the spacecraft separates from the rocket and docks with the International Space Station.

This ’s a few @Tesla news that everyone should love. Take a Look at the Model X that will carry @AstroBehnken along with @Astro_Doug into the launchpad for your Demo-2 assignment! #LaunchAmerica

— Jim Bridenstine (@JimBridenstine) May 13, 2020

The Crew Dragon capsule will undock from the ISS at the end of the assignment and fall back to Earth with a parachute that will gently guide it in the sea where it’ll be picked up with a ship.

SpaceX and NASA have previously completed a complete uncrewed demo mission and, since then, Tech Crunch reports that Musk’s distance firm has improved its parachute design and flown an escape system abort test to show what will happen in case of a problem with the launch vehicle after it has taken off.

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