Telescope spots Elon Musk's Tesla flying through space

CNET | 2/9/2018 | Amanda Kooser
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Elon Musk posted this final photo of his Tesla in space before it lost visuals.

It didn't take too long for the live camera feed on Elon Musk's cherry-red Tesla Roadster to cut out as the car drove deeper into space. The car was launched on Tuesday from the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket, and Musk posted a farewell photo of the roadster on Instagram on Thursday. But that's not the last look we'll ever get at the Tesla.

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The Virtual Telescope Project, which allows for real-time internet access to a group of robotic telescopes, posted a series of images on Friday of the Tesla as seen by the Tenagra Observatories in Arizona. The red roadster appears to the telescope's eye as a tiny...
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