Details on who is flying - and why - will be revealed during a live webcast on September 17 at 6:00 p.m.
After people responded with questions, Musk weighed in and confirmed that the render of the Big Falcon Rocket, which is still in development, is new and "intentionally" created to resemble one seen in a classic Tintin comic.
The lunar mission will take place on the company's planned Big Falcon Rocket, a massive launch vehicle SpaceX is developing to make the trip to the moon and Mars. It's anybody's guess, but Musk did reply to a tweet with a Japanese flag emoji, prompting speculation that the tourist is from Japan.
It’s a Final Fantasy Party, and Every Buddy is Invited
These join previously-announced projects Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition and the Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles HD remaster. As for the rest of the event, Nintendo covered plenty more ground, most of which touched on previous announcements.
Harper Nielsen, Australian schoolgirl, sparks national-anthem controversy in Land Down Under
The Courier-Mail newspaper broke the story about Harper and how the school told her she had to stand or leave the building. Some, such as arch-racist Pauline Hanson have labelled her a " brat ", while others accused her of being "brainwashed".
Assassin's Creed Odyssey season pass includes Assassin's Creed III Remastered
Each story arc will launch as a series of episodic adventures, with new episodes releasing approximately every six weeks. In a saga filled with twists and turns, players will get even closer to Greek mythology and the First Civilization.
Musk announced in February 2017 that his company had enlisted two private citizens to fly on a trip around the Moon in 2018.
SpaceX is ready to send the world's first private space passenger around the moon.
As per a tweet on Thursday, the company has signed its first private passenger to fly on its BFR launch vehicle, in what would be "an important step toward enabling access for everyday people who dream of traveling to space". We'll find out on Monday if the adventurous soul signed up to the BFR mission is one of the same people that was planning to go on the Falcon Heavy trip.
SpaceX is a key commercial partner to NASA, and is working on a crew ship that will make its first flight to the orbiting International Space Station next year, restoring access to space from USA soil for the first time since 2011, when the space shuttle program was retired after 30 years. "And we believe we can do this with the revenue we receive from launching satellites and servicing the space station".