As far as we know, that sporty red car is still out there exploring our solar system.
Programmer Ben Pearson's Where is Roadster? website keeps track of the vehicle's likely location. Current estimates for the two-year launch anniversary on Thursday place it beyond the orbit of Mars and far, far away from Earth.
That's assuming the Tesla hasn't run into any obstacles or been abducted by aliens.
According to Pearson's data, the car has traveled over 1 billion miles (1.6 billion km) and is well into its second orbit around the sun.
Two years in space will have taken its toll on the Tesla and the spacesuit-wearing mannequin named Starman at the wheel. The car was designed for our planet and not for the harsh conditions of space.
Starman will remain separated from us by quite a distance for quite a long time. Researchers calculated that the. That would be a great time to send out a recovery spacecraft to bring it back home.
There may even be a Musk Museum of Crazy Things by then.