With over 17 Million views on YouTube SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Test Launch appears to be a complete success. However, at the critical point to watch the Falcon ascend into Low Earth Orbit the feed cuts out, and we're left with an awkward moment with the telecasters not dissimilar to the "cut feed" that happened on a previous SpaceX rocket landing, and after the announcers vaguely expressed some opinions about technical functions, the screen cuts back to a photoshopped image of a car in space! Well done Elon, well done.
If you take a moment to watch the last four minutes of the test launch video, which was trending #1 on YouTube on last Wednesday February 7th, 2018, note that we never stay with the rocket as it heads up into Low Earth Orbit, but rather there is a "loss feed" and an awkward moment with the telecasters. Also note the quality of the images depicting the rocket in Low Earth Orbit, the absence of stars, and similarities to a previous rocket landing with a similar "cut feed" issue. Abstractly speaking, the fact that the car is occupied by "Starman" may be a reference to Jeff Bridges character in Starman, where he plays an Alien, furthering the "space" Hollywood Alien propaganda/agenda. Lastly, Elon Musk said of his recent Tesla 4th quarter losses, "If we can send a Roadster to the asteroid belt, we can probably solve Model 3 production,"... which makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.
SPACE COMPANY'S FOOTAGE OF GLOBE RAISES QUESTIONS OF SCALE
[SPOILER ALERT: This entire article can be explained in one sentence: watch four seconds of Zero To Infinity's satellite launch video cued up here, and note that your view of the earth is from 15.5 Miles up (25 Kilometers), which is not high enough to see both sides of the globe.]
On March 1st, 2017, Zero To Infinity, a private Spanish company which "provides access to near space" according to Wikipedia, recently used a hot air balloon to deploy four mini-satellites into orbit. However, the video footage taken from the Bloostar (the hot air balloon) left some unanswered questions with respect to scale....