The Tesla Roadster and its spacesuit-wearing driver “Starman” were launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida on Tuesday February 6. The Roadster and Starman now headed for the asteroid belt. Pearson's site shows the Tesla's orbital path and current position in space compared with Earth, Venus, Mercury, Mars and the asteroid-belt-dwelling dwarf-planet Ceres. by: Auto Express team. Home; Most tracked. Along with great views of "Starman" and his roadster, you can see some spectacular views of Earth in the webcast. Follow us @Spacedotcom, Facebook and Google+. This real-time simulation shows the current location of Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster (with Starman behind the wheel) that was launched into space on February 6th 2018 on top of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket. Where is the Roadster now ? 352. spaces. Updated every 5 minutes we show you the best places for parking in Norwich.Also consider our Norwich Park and Ride spaces availability feed. Yes, an actual car launched at a speed of 18,000 mph and was cruising around Earth. NY 10036. The car caught a … 332. spaces. If so try our live parking space finder. At present, the roadster is 136,601,793 miles (219,839,344 km, 1.470 AU) from Mars, moving toward the planet at a speed of 42,880 miles/hour (69,009 km/hour, 19.17 km/s). ET today, SpaceX expects to carry out the first test flight of Falcon Heavy, the most powerful rocket in the world. Starman and his space Tesla have sent their last selfie from Earth orbit, Elon Musk announced. [In Photos: SpaceX's 1st Falcon Heavy Rocket Test Launch Success!]. You will receive a verification email shortly. In the past 12 months, car and driver have traveled more than 470 million miles (760 million kilometers) around the sun. Live available car park spaces (multi-storey car parks) Do not use this site while driving. Our image of the day. The Tesla travelogue has the car’s current location at 2,400,187 miles (3,862,728 km, 0.026 AU) from Earth, moving away from Earth at a speed of 6,722 miles/hour (10,817 km/hour, 3.00 km/s). The galaxy's fastest car: Elon Musk releases stunning real-time video of Tesla Roadster and its passenger zooming through space (but admits it OVERSHOT its … The sports car in the nosecone was one of Mr Musk's own Tesla Roadsters. Our live coverage has now concluded. At another point in the video, a skinny, elongated reflection of the Earth -- an image shaped roughly like a space rocket, of all things -- crept forward along the left side of the car. On Tuesday, Elon Musk launched a Tesla Roadster into orbit. THE car that Elon Musk’s SpaceX shot into space yesterday is on track to overshoot its target and is now rocketing towards the asteroid belt beyond Mars’ orbit. The Falcon Heavy is SpaceX's biggest rocket yet, equivalent to 18 Boeing 747 aircraft at full throttle. 3 days, 17 hours, 19 minutes and 33 seconds until the first Mars close approach. Please refresh the page and try again. Clad in SpaceX's new spacesuit, the dummy astronaut is casually drifting in space with his right hand on the steering wheel and left arm resting on the door. Nasa and SpaceX made history by returning US astronauts from US soil to low-Earth orbit for the first time in nine years. As with other SpaceX webcasts, a video recording will likely be available on SpaceX's YouTube page after the live stream ends. They give the space car a 6 percent chance of hitting Earth in the next 1 million years, and a 2.5 percent chance of smacking Venus in that span.