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SpaceX plans to race remote controlled cars on the moon in 2021 and has drafted in a legendary Ferrari designer to help

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  • Dec 28, 2020

Space programs are happening at a very frequent basis and SpaceX is putting their every step to reach out to outer space. The robots can do things which may be out of range from human potential. If we talk about space human body may not resist the environment on some point of galaxies. So to study that particular area a machine is required and SpaceX find out the solution they built these special remote control cars to check and analyze whether the life on moon is worth living.

Elon Musk's SpaceX plans to launch vehicles of McLaren, Ferrari and many more on Moon's surface for a remote-controlled car rally. The cars will be sent into space on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket in October 2021 because it needs to be managed very properly before dispatching this heavy amount of weight into space. The vehicles will be designed run, test and race by two teams of high school students. Moon Mark, an entertainment and education company, is collaborating with aerospace companies Intuitive Machines and Lunar Outpost to conduct the car race.

SpaceX wants to conduct a race of remote controlled cars on the surface of the Moon. Elon Musk's aerospace company plans to launch the vehicles in October 2021 aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. It has recruited most skilled designer Frank Stephenson known for his work at BMW, Ferrari, Maserati, McLaren, and others to help create the cars. The two vehicles will be partially designed, built, and raced by two teams of high school students, according to a statement published in November. They will be transferred in a Nova C lunar lander created by built in Machines. The race is being planned and organized by Moon Mark, a multimedia and education company, which collaborated with aerospace company Intuitive Machines. Space tech firm Lunar Outpost also connects the race partnership on November 17.

Stephenson accepted the scheduled as the race design director for Moon Mark Mission 2021 in November. Those students racing the cars had to first earn the reward. On July 14, Moon Mark announced that two teams of high school students had created valid car designs in a very few time, there are two teams which came from different locations. The challenges they faced included drone and autonomous vehicle racing, e-gaming, and a space commercialization entrepreneurship contest.

It is said by the company the two top teams from the qualifying rounds will win an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to build and race two vehicles on the Moon. They will now work with Stephenson, an automotive designer, to create a vehicle that they will speed across the moon's surface. This is a project helping to develop the innovators of the future, allowing them to dream big and realize that nothing is impossible. Space is a fascinating place, remaining untapped for budding designers and I'm very much looking forward to sharing some of my knowledge to those involved in this innovative project. Mary L. Hagy, Moon Mark Founder and CEO said: "His extraordinary experience and talents in automotive and aerospace design will bring insight and inspiration to our young innovators. On November 25, SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket for the 100th time, delivering 60 Starlink internet satellites into orbit.

It was also the company's 23rd flight of the year and the rocket's seventh successful launch the most SpaceX has achieved for any individual Falcon 9 rocket.