First Private Passenger on Lunar Starship Mission

  • Published on:  9/18/2018
  • SpaceX has signed the world’s first private passenger to fly around the Moon aboard our Starship launch vehicle - an important step toward enabling access for everyday people who dream of traveling to space.Only 24 humans have been to the Moon in history. No one has visited since the last Apollo mission in 1972. Find out who’s flying and why on Monday, September 17 at 6pm PT.


  • Jacob Cacho 9 months ago

    28:32 is the start of the presentation 👍

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  • BlueT. 3 months ago

    Bless you

  • Noah Goar 9 months ago

    Weird to think 100 years from now they might play this video at a history museum

  • PretentiousPainters 3 months ago

    Great comment Noah, very wise thought

  • Ofer Krupka 3 months ago

    And they will add your comment below the TV in the museum.

  • Avery P 8 months ago

    "Estimated development cost for BFR is about 5 billion dollars.""Next question?""How much will BFR cost to develop?"I swear these journalists need to pay attention or think about their questions. Or both.

  • Han Hui Tan 8 months ago

    'Mankind was born on Earth. It was never meant to die here.' - Interstellar.

  • Everything Awesome 2 months ago

    I wish I could like but you have 169 likes

  • Sreerej Sree 4 months ago

    It is.

  • crazycow2002 9 months ago

    Been working and living in Japan for a while now... A week ago no one knew Elon Musk, his name, or SpaceX. Now I think the entire country knows his name, and he's on TV every damn night. Way to punch your way through to Japan Elon, he was a great choice.

  • Oliver Eales 9 days ago

    @VirtueOfTheLessBrilliant you are just ignorant, over the last 8 months since you wrote that comment I went to a free aikido seminar at the community center, gave myself a Japanese name and I have learned 40 Japanese words. soon I will be ready to fly to the land of the rising sun and I will be able to pursue my dream career of being a mangaka.

  • Oliver Eales 9 days ago

    @asdefull Someone said I should attend life drawing classes, however that seemed a little gay as I would have to draw some old guy who looks like a wrinkly janitor and like I want to draw anime style and I can learn that copying it from youtube however my folks aren't happy with my choice of Japanese first name which I chose to rename myself. I chose a Japanese family name as my first name because the Japanese do things that way, so now my name is Fujimoto Eales.

  • frugworks 9 months ago

    I always find it amusing how uncomfortable Elon is answering all the news reporters, but the moment Everyday Astronaut asks about the engine change and the reasons for it, you can see just how easily Elon slides right back into his comfort zone.

  • SuperCuriousFox 8 months ago

    Chris52000 And he comes across so very earnest, which completely eclipses his halting speech. I much prefer listening to a stuttering, passionate Elon than a smooth talking, somewhat ignorant spokesperson.

  • staples4335 9 months ago

    @BellyBro I was being Facetious

  • Steven Davis 9 months ago

    This is one of the most beautiful things to be announced ever in my lifetime. To see a person, not part of any government related or funded mission/adventure, pay to take some of the most beautiful minds, in his eyes, is awe inspiring. I hope we see a trend in flashy space travel.

  • Keller Reeves 1 months ago

    Sorry, tldr, but I agree with the first bit

  • MikeM8891 8 months ago

    45:30 Raptor engine1:34:50 Tim Dodd's question

  • ahmad haryono 13 days ago

    Thanks bro

  • Hey Siri 2 months ago

    Thank you

  • Kevin CCIE 9 months ago

    The Japanese guy is not bad. He was actually clear as can be for a non-english speaking dude. He must have practised hard for that decent presentation.

  • Kaze LAB Games 4 months ago

    yes, he did a good job for a non-english speaker.

  • righttoliberty1 8 months ago

    He did awesome. Check out his website!

  • Ozgur Yildirim 9 months ago

    Contact - "They should have sent a poet"