SpaceX made history last night by launching the world's most powerful rocket on a mission to Mars.
Falcon Heavy, the 230ft megarocket, successfully launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida - the same pad where NASA sent man to the moon almost 50 years ago.
There are no humans on board the Falcon Heavy - but it's not without a passenger.
Entrepreneur Elon Musk sent one of his Tesla Roadsters along for the ride with a crash test dummy called 'Starman' strapped into the driver's seat.
David Bowie's 'Life on Mars' blasted from the car's stereo and a message on the dashboard reads "Don't Panic".
Rocket tests are usually weighted with concrete blocks but Musk said he wanted to do something different this time.