Cape Canaveral, FL - SpaceX CEO Elon Musk unveiled a new unbreakable space helmet this week only days ahead of the first manned launch on American soil in nearly a decade.
The indestructible helmet, which he named the X Æ H-Xiii after his newborn son, was introduced at a video-free/audio-free private demonstration on Monday.
According to unnamed attendees who were required to sign nondisclosure agreements, Musk detailed how his team of engineers spent four whole days to perfect the helmet.
One attendee, speaking under the condition of anonymity, told reporters, "Elon seemed so proud that the helmet was created by the same team that designed the unbreakable Tesla Cybertruck. Then came the demo. Let's just say... it didn't go well."
The attendee was afraid to elaborate but reports suggest the design team rushed back to the lab to fix the undisclosed issue ahead of Wednesday's launch.
One attendee reported hearing an engineer say, "It's going to be close."
SpaceX launches May 27 at 4:33 p.m., weather permitting.
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