A Star, Man
In February 2018, SpaceX launched a Tesla Roadster into space, with a dummy test it dubbed Starman behind the wheel.
According to the tracking website Where is Roadster ?, Starman has since traveled 1.2 billion kilometers (763.9 million miles) – and has now completed one full orbit around the Sun.
The orbit took 557 days, long enough for Roadster's radio to play David Bowie's "Space Oddity" a mind-numbing 151,887 times.
Starman is currently 298 million kilometers (185 million miles) away from Earth. But in November 2020, it would sail within 32.3 million miles of its home planet. After that, the dummy will be far from Earth until 2047 – assuming the Roadster survives all possible disasters it could encounter in the cold depths of space along the way.
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