Assuming no other flights beat SpaceX to its goal and the person aboard isn't a repeat flyer (which has happened only once), the individual aboard SpaceX's first private flight will be the eighth-ever space tourist to leave the Earth's exosphere.
SpaceX, the private space exploration company that tests its rocket motors at its facility in McGregor west of Waco, has signed up a traveler for a flight to the moon.
Only 24 humans have been to the Moon so far, and no one has visited since the 1972 Apollo mission.
Berbatov backs Liverpool to see of Spurs on Saturday
The former right-back suggested that if the German wants to win the league, he should forget all about the Champions League .
The company first made plans to fly two private citizens around the moon in February of 2017 using the company's Falcon Heavy rocket and Dragon capsule, but those plans have apparently been revised.
Manafort agrees to plead guilty after deal with special counsel
He was convicted earlier this summer on eight out of 18 counts in a bank and tax fraud trial in Virginia federal court. Jurors deadlocked on ten other counts.
Musk left a clue possibly regarding the flyer's nationality, tweeting the flag of Japan when asked if it was him that would be going on the 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 U.S. soil for the first time since 2011, when the space shuttle program was retired after 30 years.
"SpaceX will probably build 30 to 40 rocket cores for 300 missions over five years".
Luis Enrique hails 'marvellous' Spain after 6-0 Croatia rout
Belgium earned a comfortable win over Iceland thanks to a pair of goals by Romelu Lukaku and one from Eden Hazard. His second strike bounced off the post and the back of goalkeeper Lovre Kalinic , who was awarded an own goal.
(SpaceX) said in a tweet. These include performing satellite launches, cleaning up space junk, and of course, taking the rich and space curious on trips around the moon.