Traveling to space and space tourism has become a hot topic recently. Scientists and researchers have developed innovative and amazing ways to access space and people are more excited than ever. There have been bookings being made for traveling to space. In the industry, the name of Elon Musk is getting massive by the day. The investments and breakthroughs his team is making in the sector stand unparallel.
Recently, in a tweet, the Russian Space Chief left a suggestive message to Elon Musk, and it has created a buzz on Twitter. People are talking about the post and retweeting it. Some are trying to find the hidden message underneath his words. It will not be wrong to say that this tweet has become viral. Here is what happened.
Dmitry Rogozin is the head of Russia’s space agency, Roscosmos. He has tweeted about a space mission and along with that, he has left a message for Elon Musk. The message is actually an invitation. However, the words are not disclosing the intention or the motive behind it. In fact, they seem to be very subtle and cryptic.
“Good afternoon, Mr. Elon Musk!” Rogozin wrote. “On October 5, a new expedition will leave for the International Space Station. We are planning to send a cinematographic group of the leading television channel as part of it.”
The purpose of this, according to Rogozin, is to create awareness regarding the risk involved in space travel along with the emotional effect it has on the organizers and people who travel there. He also stated, addressing Musk that he would be “glad” to meet him “personally” at the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The uncanny part is the following. “Come! We are waiting for you.”
According to a report by TASS, it was also disclosed that Rogozin also invited Bill Nelson, NASA’s administrator for a chat. The invitation sent to him was also cryptic in nature. Previously, Rogozin had called out SpaceX for mocking Russia’s space efforts and for going further in competition with the help of unfair means. Russia has also begun to distance itself from the international space community.