Starman is currently –,— from the Red Planet. A 2018 study highlighted that there is a 6% chance of the Roadster colliding with the Earth over a 3 million year timespan, and a 3% chance that it will collide with Venus.
Consumer demand for Tesla's cars is spurred by modern design, innovative technology, and high performance that makes the cars a "green energy" favorite. In addition to high demand, the other reason for Tesla cars' high price is the high cost of the electric battery packs that supply the vehicles with power.Jun 1, 2021
The second Falcon Heavy launch occurred on 11 April 2019 and all three booster rockets successfully returned to Earth. The third Falcon Heavy launch successfully occurred on 25 June 2019. Since then, Falcon Heavy has been certified for the National Security Space Launch (NSSL) program.
Starman in the sky: SpaceX launches car into orbit With no oxygen and no water, there's no chance that the Roadster will rust. But given the ongoing exposure to UV light, the car's "paint will start to fade over time just as any car does here in Phoenix in the desert," said Dr.Feb 8, 2018
To date, no proof of past or present life has been found on Mars. Cumulative evidence suggests that during the ancient Noachian time period, the surface environment of Mars had liquid water and may have been habitable for microorganisms, but habitable conditions do not necessarily indicate life.
As for Earth… astronomers have calculated that Starman's next close approach with its home planet will happen in 2047 within 3 million miles. It's somewhat unlikely that Starman will be brought back to Earth in the near future, but perhaps technological advances in the distant future could make this possible.May 28, 2019
The half-life for the tested orbits was calculated as approximately 20 million years, but with trajectories varying significantly following a close approach to the Earth–Moon system in 2091. Musk had originally speculated that the car could drift in space for a billion years.