SpaceX, the US space exploration technology company of Elon Musk, is speeding up the development and testing of its starship, and its first space passengers will begin their journey around the moon in January 2023. Eventually, the spacecraft will carry 100 passengers to the moon, Mars and even further into space. The spaceship consists of a capsule and a rocket, and its first passengers include Yusaku Maezawa, a Japanese tycoon who is funding SpaceX for improvements to the spacecraft. The journey around the moon will last for one week, which will be the most important trip to the moon since 1972. The spaceship will not land on the surface of the moon, but will fly around the moon. < p > < p > Maezawa envisions turning his first space trip into an art adventure called “dead moon”. He said that when he imagined what his favorite artists would do if they had a chance to go into space, he was motivated to take a “Dear moon” adventure. Imagine Picasso landing on the moon with Andy Warhol, Michael Jackson, or John Lennon. He once said that these are the artists he respects most. However, he may want them to come from various craft fields, such as performers, film directors, painters and inventors. He said he might want to welcome six to eight artists from all over the world for the moon tour. When these people return to earth, they will be approached to make something, and these works of art will inspire the inner vision of all of us. < p > < p > musk mentioned that he was grateful to Maezawa for booking his first space tour mission to help support the improvement of the starship, because the instalments paid by the rich man were large enough to “have a substantial impact on the cost and improvement of the payment for the Starship”. Musk even said that Maezawa’s funding will help ordinary people to travel to different planets. < / P > < p > SpaceX is currently building starships in the small town of Boca Chica, South Texas, USA. Experts are using different material production models and conducting various tests. Earlier this month, a starship model named SN5, which can be launched and landed perfectly by a separate Raptor engine, took a short low altitude flight at 150 meters. < / P > < p > at present, SpaceX teams are preparing to test the prototype of the Starship SN6 similar to that of the SN5, and test flights at an altitude of 20 km to 100 km. SN6 may take off this week, and each test flight will bring the Starship closer to its final target. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen