Stunning footage has captured the cosmic journey of Elon Musk ‘s red Tesla Roadster, which blasted off into space aboard the Falcon Heavy rocket earlier this month. The incredible spectacle saw a dummy called Starman strapped behind the wheel of the car leave the planet on the back of the world’s most powerful rocket. They are both now on their way to Mars orbit and then the asteroid belt. Millions of people worldwide have been following the fate of the craft, including one professional photographer who trained his camera on the nightsky to capture footage of it from 500,000 miles away. Scroll down for video Stunning footage has captured the cosmic journey of Elon Musk’s red Tesla Roadster, which blasted off into space aboard the Falcon Heavy rocket earlier this month. Millions of people worldwide have been following the fate of the craft, including a professional photographer Rogelio Bernal Andreo is a Spanish-American astrophotographer best known for his images of deep sky objects. He used Nasa’s online ephemeris calculator to work out where Starman was in the night sky. Capturing the breathtaking images from his home in San Francisco was no easy task, however. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Apple’s HomePods… Read full this story
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