Elon Musk’s aerospace company, SpaceX, successfully conducted a test launch of its Falcon Heavy rocket on February 6. There were only two things aboard the payload of this historic launch: Musk’s personal Tesla Roadster and “Starman”, a dummy in a SpaceX spacesuit.

Roughly an hour after the launch was confirmed successful, Musk tweeted a link to a live feed of Starman’s journey through space.

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There appears to be multiple cameras mounted onto the Falcon Heavy payload. The stream cycles through the different shots giving onlookers a view of the front, the left, and the inside of the vehicle.

The car is destined for Mars, but it won’t actually be touching down on the Red Planet. It will instead be going into a billion-year orbit around our planetary neighbor. Musk announced this undertaking in December 2017 and has wholly delivered.

Unfortunately, it’s unlikely that the live stream of Starman will last until it arrives to its destination. As the the payload drifts further and further from Earth, the cameras will likely lose connection, leaving Starman to continue his adventure alone.

Inverse reached out to SpaceX regarding how they were operating the live stream, but were not met with a response.

Musk later revealed an Easter egg inside of his Tesla that is now floating through space. It is a hidden message for any potential Martians — or other extraterrestrial Starman might encounter during his endless travels between Earth and Mars.

If Starman and the Roadster are successfully able to make their journey to Mars and back again — and again, and again, and again — they will serve as an enduring symbol of human innovation. They are already off to an impressive start.

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Elon Musk announced on Friday that the Tesla Model 3 order page will no longer offer consumers the option to pre-order full autonomous driving as a future software upgrade, a change that has also rolled out to the Model S and X order pages. The surprise change means that buyers will have to ask Tesla for the change as an off-menu upgrade over the next week, after which the option will not be available as part of the car’s purchase.

Apple confirmed on Thursday that it will host a fourth-and-final event of 2018 later this month, where it is expected to debut a range of new hardware ranging from iPad Pros, Macs, Macbooks, and the long-awaited AirPower. Within minutes, social media was flooded with screenshots of the invitations, which had varying takes on the Apple logo.