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SpaceX Falcon Heavy Demo Flight Presentation (199 of 600)—Limited edition, employee-only, SpaceX Falcon Heavy Demonstration Mission presentation (No. 199 of 600), commemorating the inaugural flight of the world’s most powerful launch vehicle, Falcon Heavy. The demo flight was also notable for the surprise inclusion of Elon Musk’s red Tesla Roadster as the payload—the first production car launched into space and the first to orbit the sun.

This desirable and rare presentation features two twice-flown sections from the Falcon Heavy’s "Negative Y" side booster B1025: a portion of the liquid oxygen (LOx) tank and a section of one of the Merlin 1D engine nozzles. This booster previously launched SpX CRS-9, a cargo resupply mission to the ISS, and was subsequently converted to a Falcon Heavy side booster, launching again on the Falcon Heavy Demo flight.

SpaceX presentations of flown material are not available to the public; they are given to SpaceX employees who played key roles in the missions, or who make a significant monetary contribution to SpaceX’s PAC donation matching program. As a result, these items are very difficult to source, and few have made their way onto the secondary market. And here's your chance to own one!

Asking Price: $2400

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