Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa is going to fly around the moon on Elon Musk's ship in 2023. He bought all the seats onboard and is now looking for eight volunteers from around the world to accompany him. In total, according to him, there will be from 10 to 12 people on board the spacecraft, including the astronauts themselves, and the route will run around the moon, without landing, with a return to Earth. The flight will take six days - it will take three days to reach the Moon, and it will take three days to return. Maezawa and his creative friends will thus become the first lunar travellers since the last American Apollo mission in 1972 - if SpaceX, of course, can make the trip.