Space X’s Falcon was spotted and shared by the Virtual Telescope Project, which independently exploited the space of the Tesla Roadster, which was orbiting the Falcon Heavy Test Flight and then losing the signals.
The test flight of the Falcon Heavy rocket, which took place in the past days and can be counted as an almost historical step, has been successfully accomplished with little problems, as you know. In the test flight, where the cargo flight was successfully carried out, the side trucks could successfully be towed and the Tesla Roadster cherry color of Elon Musk could be successfully traversed.
Of course, a small problem did not come out a few problems. The Tesla Roadster could not be placed in the orbit of Mars as it would like (it is supposed to go to an asteroid hub instead), as well as image signals from the Roadster It was lost after a 2-hour broadcast.
The Virtual Telescope Project, a European-based independent space research organization, succeeded in locating the Tesla Roadster. According to the organization, which allows anyone to observe space on the internet via a robot telescope they normally build, it was not too much trouble to identify the Roadster and the inanimate model “Spaceman“. Both the remarkable smallness of the size on the orbit and the brightness of the flight through the calculation of flight through the establishment of the roadster, indicating that they succeeded in establishing, also captured a gif of 54 images shared.
Even after the final image signal, they received from the Roadster, the company that captured the image before even the Space X, which strives to get the image signal from the repeater, has thus found the Roadster, which moves 470 thousand kilometers of our planet. The Virtual Telescope Project officials claim that the Earth has a chance to observe for 1 hour on this voyage, which is acting in a direction similar to the direction of the turn.
In order to identify where the car is heading in the open night, the organization that stated that they would continue to observe was proved to be more than an independent space observatory in this respect. Nevertheless, instead of launching the Tesla Roadster in an outpost of ads, we hope that it will work as a proof of what crazy things humans can accomplish, such as doing spectacular space observing organizations. What are you thinking?