Elon Musk Just Revealed That Spacex Keep Detecting Something Massive During Their Missions



Who isn’t familiar with the billionaire business magnate and investor Elon Musk? At the age of
just fifty-one, he has an estimated net worth of about two hundred and ten billion dollars. This
makes him the wealthiest person in the world according to Bloomberg Billionaires Index and
Forbes real-time billionaires list. The tech genius and angel investor behind Tesla is also the
founder of SpaceX, the aerospace manufacturer and space transport services company that
was launched in 2002. SpaceX manufactures spacecraft, provides space launch and is also a
satellite communication corporation. The most popular products of the company include Falcon
9 and Falcon heavy launch vehicles, several rocket engines, Cargo Dragon, crew spacecraft
and Starlink communications satellite. The Starlink satellite internet constellation has launched
multiple missions into outer space and it’s only natural for space enthusiasts to keenly watch the
footage of such events. And as it turns out, some of these missions aboard various spacecrafts
owned by SpaceX have run into unidentified objects that many think could indicate the presence
of aliens out there. Just recently Elon Musk revealed that one of the SpaceX cameras keeps
detecting something unbelievably huge during their missions and they’re not sure what it exactly
is.

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