The red Tesla roadster car was launched into space by SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket with an Astronaut dummy sitting casually and features "Don't Panic" message on its dashboard made pretty amusing pictures that broke the internet last week. The main objective of this launch to test the Falcon heavy rocket and to show the world that Falcon HR could launch heavy payloads into space. Actually, payloads on test flights are generally cheap and to inject a heavy object into space with the risk of losing a billion dollar project if the test went wrong that's very common, Elon Musk decided to do something out of the box and launched his heavy 2010 Tesla into space to test the launcher potential. The launch was really quirky and caught a lot of people's attention and good publicity for SpaceX and Tesla.
So setting the main Roadster at any point based over 440 tons of destined to be lighted rocket fuel communicated something specific. He was certain that the dispatch would go off, and he had some skin in the diversion.
On the off chance that the Roadster exploded it wouldn't be any more gone than it is currently. Be that as it may, it would have been lost in the event that it exploded, and now it isn't.