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United States giant SpaceX, the rocket company founded by Elon Musk, is planning to launch a private citizen near Moon.

On Thursday night, the company has made announcements via Twitter which includes information about the spaceships that will make the journey: Big Falcon Rocket.

The company said that "SpaceX has signed the world's first private passenger to fly around the Moon on our Big Falcon Rocket vehicle." SpaceX also said they will give the passenger name on Monday and explain why this person will make the journey.

Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, spoke everything about the moon mission at the International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia on September 29, 2017.

The purpose of this plan is to launch two private citizens (which are still anonymous) on a route same as taken by NASA's Apollo 13 Astronauts. The company also convey to use the Falcon Heavy Rocket - which is currently the most powerful launch system in the world - and its crew dragon capsules, which are ready to fly for the first time by the beginning of 2019.

SpaceX is distracting to people by not providing another passenger details from that plan, but the second passenger will be Japanese as per Musk comments.

According to the report, Musk has described during the 2017 presentation on Big Falcon Rocket, demands 157 foot long spaceships, which will ride a 191-foot tall rocket booster in the orbit.

Musk did not provide any more details, but the space-shift shown in the image appears to be more cringe than the original design. It has a big tail airfoil and two small feathers, unlike the earlier shared design. Very soon, Elon Musk will provide more details about the first private moon journey.

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