On February 6th, 2018, at 2045 UTC, the first Falcon Heavy was launched into space. It contained a very special payload, a Tesla Roadster with Starman. But where is this vehicle? Now, thanks to a new website, we can track its precise location. The current location as of 9:56pm EST was 2,474,043 miles (3,981,588 km, 0.027 AU) from Earth, moving away from Earth at a speed of 7,573 miles/hour (12,188 km/hour, 3.39 km/s). The car is 136,166,709 miles (219,139,143 km, 1.465 AU) from Mars, moving toward the planet at a speed of 43,287 miles/hour (69,664 km/hour, 19.35 km/s). The car exceeded its 36,000 mile warranty 678.6 times while driving around the Sun, (24,431,095 miles, 39,318,048 km, 0.26 AU) moving at a speed of 71,776 miles/hour (115,513 km/hour, 32.09 km/s). It has achieved a fuel economy of 193.9 miles per gallon (82.4km/liter, 1.21308 liters/100 km), assuming 126,000 gallons of fuel.