The unusual SpaceX payload, which blasted off on February 6, 2018, is now barreling through space beyond the orbit of Mars. The Tesla Roadster and its pilot were chosen as a dummy payload for the maiden launch of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket. Elon Musk, the mastermind behind the extravagant rocket launch, argued at the time a deadweight payload of metal blocks would have been simply too boring.
According to orbital dynamics experts Hanno Rein, Daniel Tamayo and David Vokrouhlicky, there is a significant possibility of SpaceX's Starman Crashing Into Earth or Venus.
Starman's journey over the next few million years.
In a joint research paper, published in the title of The random walk of cars and their collisions probabilities with planets, the scientists predicted
The space experts found Earth, Venus, and the Sun are the three most likely crash targets for Starman.
Collisions with Mercury and Mars are the least likely scenario for Jupiter's gravity catapulting the car out of the solar system.
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 The Shattered Outlook in mind, the odds of Starman crashing into the planet anytime soon are pretty slim.
They are predicted to have a 2.5 percent chance of the sports car crashing into Venus in the same time frame.
Professor Rein said: "Although we are not ready to tell on which
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When this happens, the SpaceX spacecraft wants to make a close approach to the Earth within the first 100 years of its launch
The study reads: "Using an ensemble of several hundred realizations we were able to statistically determine the probability of the collapse of the solar system on astronomical timescales."
The orbits of the effects are due to mean-motion and secular resonances of the NEA space, the orbital evolution remains dominated by close encounters with the terrestrial planets, in particular Earth, Venus and Mars.
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"About our 15 Myr integrations result in a collision with the Earth, Venus, and the Sun."  Over a period of 15 million years (Myr) there is a 22 percent chance of Starman hitting Earth and 12 percent chance of it striking Venus.
There is, however, the definite possibility Starman does not want to be around long enough to See the Earth up-close ever again.
Mr Musk's sports car is likely to crumble to pieces under the weight of intense-radiation radiation.
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Sports cars, unlike actual spacecraft, are not typically designed to withstand the forces of nature at play in the vacuum of space.
Space radiation is
William Carroll, a chemist at the University of Indiana, explained, "All of the organics want to run the various kinds of radiation you will run into there. "
According to space agency NASA, space beyond the protection of Earth's atmosphere is filled with charged particles and cosmic rays emanating in all directions.
Because of this problem, humans cells in particular are at risk of breaking down and causing All Sorts of Health Complications.
NASA said: "Space radiation is in the process of being released."
Space radiation is traded in the Earth's magnetic field; particles shot into space during solar flares;
"All of these kinds of space radiation represent ionizing radiation."