Here’s A Tesla Space Shooter Where Jeff Bezos Is The Final Boss

The game was created by the folks over at AutoWise, and you can play it over on their website. It’s titled Starman – which is what Tesla called the project as a homage to David Bowie’s classic song.

Musk jokes: Starman Could Be Brought Back to Eart


Hah hah hah seriously, Starman will return when HE wants to.

Starman’s chariot going where no chariot has gone before

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According to Jonathan McDowell, an astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, the roadster will cross Mars’ orbit in July.

New Amazing Video of Starman’s Journey

Starman spotted cruising through space at incredible speeds by astrophotographer

an astrophotographer in California has spotted “Starman”, the lone passenger [edit god] seated on Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster heading out towards the asteroid belt. At the time of writing this story, the car was 2,468,560 km from Earth, moving away from Earth at a speed of 10,984 km/hour, that is 3.05 km/s. Read more.


Starman Headed for Earth or Venus Crash (In a Few Million Years)

A team of researchers wanted to know the Roadster’s ultimate fate, so they performed a series of computer simulations tracking the car’s path through the solar system over the next 3 million years. This modeling work gives the Roadster a 6 percent chance of crashing into Earth in the next 1 million years and a 2.5 percent chance of hitting Venusduring that same stretch. The car will probably slam into one of those two worlds at some point in the not-too-distant future (well, cosmologically speaking, anyway), the researchers said. Read more at



Watch Starman’s Entire Deep-Space Ride on his Holy Roadster in Just 80 Seconds senior producer Steve Spaleta put all that footage together to make the new 80-second video, which also features some pulse-pounding music by guitar legend Joe Satriani.

Check it out over at

Where is the Starman Now?

Someone has created a web site where you can track where our great Starman is located. Amazing

Goodbye, Starman: holy chariot sinks into space – online observation – 14 Feb. 2018

Last View of the Starman / Holy Chariot on 2/14.

From 7:15 a.m. ET on Wednesday, the Virtual Telescope Project (VTP) will live stream the car as it sinks into deep space. Billed as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, telescopes will capture the tail end of the car’s more easily visible journey.