SpaceX Booster Ship Launch is on 4/20 and Booster 3 is 69m Tall | Elon Musk Says Pure Coincidence
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The SpaceX booster ship launch is set to happen on 4/20, and the booster 3, which is currently at the pad, is said to be 69m tall with the engines included.

However, Elon Musk assured that everything is just one big coincidence.

Elon Musk Says Everything is Coincidence

A particular tweet from Rafael Adamy pointed out the numeric discovery and to this, Elon Musk simply replied that it was a "pure coincidence!."

This is hardly the first time some humor has been introduced to one of Elon Musk's companies.

In fact, SpaceX itself has been built on some interestingly humorous facts. An article by Space shared a few fun facts about the billionaire's space company.

Aside from dates, Musk also constantly plays around with the names of his rockets.

Fun Facts SpaceX Edition

The SpaceX founder has noted that the reason he named his spacecraft Dragon is because he got the name from the fictional character "Puff the Magic Dragon" that was mentioned in a hit song by music group Peter, Paul and Mary.

Musk also said that he used the name due to having a lot of critics considered his own goals "impossible," when he previously founded SpaceX back in 2002.

During the Dragon's first test flight back in December of 2010, it carried a special cargo: a wheel of cheese.

SpaceX officials said a "special cargo" was carried into space, but they did not reveal the specifics. The "wheel of cheese" was reportedly launched in honor of a classic skit from John Cleese, an actor in the British comedy show Monty Python's Flying Circus.

Musk said that those that like Monty Python would love the secret.

Elon Musk 'Star Wars' and 'Iron Man'

Does Elon Musk love "Star Wars?" Well, he definitely does.

His Falcon rockets were named after the much loved Millenium Falcon spaceship, a "Star Wars" fictional spacecraft masterpiece that was commanded by the character Han Solo.

Is Elon Musk Iron Man? Well, sort of.

Marvel fans might have remembered that the SpaceX CEO did a live cameo in the "Iron Man 2" movie, and part of the movie itself was actually shot in the Hawthorn, California SpaceX factory.

Elon Musk's Boring Company Literally Made a Flamethrower

An article by The Verge detailed the extremely unexpected offering made by one of Elon Musk's companies. Although not SpaceX, it's still worth mentioning how this adds to one of Elon Musk's most unexpected moves.

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Elon Musk Dogecoin

Aside from these facts, Elon Musk has also been talking about a certain cryptocurrency that not a lot of people expected someone into cryptocurrency to talk about: Dogecoin.

Dogecoin, unlike other coins, has no market cap. This means that the price of the coin is not dictated by its scarcity.

In fact, the billionaire has even invited people to make more immediate movements to improve Dogecoin.

Despite this, Elon Musk has been tweeting about his fondness for Dogecoin for quite some time now. With tweets from Musk, the price of Dogecoin even shot up to $0.63, according to Nomics.

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