"Find out who's flying and why on Monday, September 17", the tweet said.
In a statement released last year, SpaceX wrote: 'This presents an opportunity for humans to return to deep space for the first time in 45 years and they will travel faster and further into the Solar System than any before them'.
He also confirmed that the rendering of the spacecraft in the company's original tweet is a new version of SpaceX's Big Falcon Rocket (BFR). When asked if Musk would be the person aboard the flight, he responded simply by posting an emoji of a Japanese flag.
Bank of Englands Carney to stay until January 2020 to smooth Brexit
Carney has already extended his term once at the Bank in a move to ensure continuity through the Brexit negotiations. To view the full article, register now.
SpaceX is set to send a private passenger on a spaceflight around the moon soon, as it's now signed up its first customer for the trip.
The first ship carrying crews could arrive two years later, he said.
In a tweet Thursday night, SpaceX announced its plans to name the first private person to take a journey around the moon - and why.
The 31-engine BFR is part of the company's grand plan for travelling between planets, and will replace its current suite of rockets like the Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy.
SpaceX has established its bona fides in the aerospace business by transporting supplies to the International Space Station and by completing the tricky maneuver of recovering rockets after launch so that they can be reused.
- Mac Miller 911 Call Reveals Friend's Desperate Plea for Help
- Dua Lipa "Horrified" As Fans Aggressively Removed From Shanghai Show By Security
- Ex-Trump aide Paul Manafort 'close to plea deal with Mueller'
- Gas explosions spark fires in dozens of homes in MA
- Google Search, Snippets Affected By EU Parliament Copyright Rules 09/13/2018
- Florence begins to batter Carolina coast — WHAT'S HAPPENING
- Justin Bieber & Hailey Baldwin Spotted at Marriage License Courthouse in NYC
- Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder, launches $2 billion charitable fund to fight poverty
- GCHQ's mass surveillance violates citizens' right to privacy, ECHR rules
- Manafort makes deal with Mueller to avoid another trial