Despite Musk Twitter storm, coronavirus forces extra precautions to ensure ‘critical mission’ blasts off.
While SpaceX founder Elon Musk is facing blistering criticism for calling stay-at-home orders “fascist”, officials representing his space company and NASA are trying to allay coronavirus fears. They said Friday that in the run-up to a historic space launch slated for May 27, they are employing additional safety measures to keep their two astronauts, mission control crews and the spacecraft virus free.
This revelation comes despite Musk’s repeated statements and tweets railing against county authorities in California in the United States after authorities there extended stay-at-home orders to fight the COVID-19 pandemic through May 31.
Starting late Tuesday night, Musk, who is also the CEO of the California-based Tesla, initiated his ongoing Twitter storm, tweeting “Give people their freedom back!” That was followed Wednesday by an expletive-laden rant on the Telsa earnings call.
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