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Wednesday, 2 December 2020

Car racing on the moon, high school students to race in October 2021, will cost Rs 74 crore

First time:Car racing on the moon, high school students to race in October 2021, will cost Rs 74 crore






Car racing to the moon will take place in October next year. The race will be attended by high school students, not astronauts. For the first time in the world, remote control car racing is going to take place on the moon. The American aerospace company is organizing a competition called Moon Park. This will be done with the help of Alan Musk's Space X Company. Two robotic cars will be sent to the surface of the moon by Space X's rocket Falcon-9.



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4 points of racing planning
A car will weigh 2.5 kg.
Both cars weighing 2.5-2.5 kg will be unloaded by Space X's Lander Nova-C. The car will be controlled from the ground using WiFi and telemetry. The race is currently in the early stages.




Students will design cars
High school teams from around the world are being selected for the contest. These groups will have five members each. There will be a clash between the 6 teams reaching the last stage and two of the winners will be racing on the moon. The winning team will design one more car in collaboration with Frank Stephens, the designer of the McLaren P-1 hybrid sports car.



Grevitivala will be racing on the lower part
will be less high-tech car grevitivala part of the race on the moon. Moon Mark has not yet commented on the track or the cost of the race. According to information, the designing of the lunar circuit track has been given to the famous German engineer Hermann Tilke.






Will cost Rs 74 crore from
the tournament will cost Rs 74 crore. Moon Mark will be producing and selling the car globally before October 2021 after capturing the entire process and experiments on camera.

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