Yes! SpaceX is going to launch the Dogecoin-funded satellite to the moon. This news was announced by a Canadian Company geometric Energy Corporation that will lead this whole lunar mission. The name of this satellite is going to be the DOGE-1 satellite and it will be launched with SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket. As far as the weight is concerned, the total weight of this satellite is going to be 40 Kilograms.
Geometric Energy Corporation proudly announces the DOGE-1 Mission to the Moon — the first-ever commercial lunar payload in history paid entirely with DOGE — will launch aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.https://t.co/V43VFLD6sp
— Geometric Energy Corporation (GEC) (@GeometricEnergy) May 9, 2021
The Canadian Company further said that this launch will happen in the first quarter of 2022. The main objective of this satellite will be to obtain lunar-spatial intelligence with the help of onboard cameras and sensors. This launch will help greatly in increasing the price of Dogecoin which recently went down after Elon Musk hosted the Saturday Night Live show. It will help Dogecoin to achieve further milestones and go even further high.
Elon Musk recently hosted a comedy show Saturday Night Live in which he called himself a Doge Father and said that DOGE is an unstoppable vehicle that is going to take over the world. However, one of the main reason for the crash after the show is a segment in which Elon Musk gaged about DOGE being a “Hustle”
Elon Musk also tweeted about this news and wrote about the launch of the DOGE-1 satellite. You can see the complete tweet down here:
SpaceX launching satellite Doge-1 to the moon next year
– Mission paid for in Doge
– 1st crypto in space
– 1st meme in space
To the mooooonnn!!https://t.co/xXfjGZVeUW
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 9, 2021
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