Elon Musk will move to Mars. And possibly die

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Elon Musk will move to Mars. And possibly die

The CEO of SpaceX said that "the chance that he will move to Mars, 70%", despite "a fair chance" that he will not survive this. It became known of it from interview — review . "We have recently made several breakthroughs, and I really caught fire," said Musk. "I was talking about moving there." However, he agrees that the risks are very high. "The probability of dying on Mars is much higher than on Earth. The chance to die is quite big."

Even if you manage to get to Mars, you can break his hard condition, but Musk still intends to go there.

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Elon Musk to live on Mars

"There are a lot of people who climb mountains. People die on Everest constantly. But they still do it, for them it is a challenge."

The Creator of SpaceX, noted that those who want to go to the Red planet, you need to start saving, because the journey to Mars will cost about two hundred thousand dollars.

The spacecraft Mask designed for interplanetary travel, Starship is reusable vehicles designed to transport people and supplies to Mars, and capable of great cut travel time on the Ground.

The Ship consists of two parts — actually, the rocket and the ship and eventually would replace the Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy and Dragon, also created SpaceX. The ship will maintain the orbit of the Earth, the moon, Mars, and to go further and further into the Solar system.

In the 2023 first scheduled flight with the participation of the private passenger, the Japanese billionaire Yusaku of Masawa — to the moon.

In principle, from a man who all his life dreamed of colonization of Mars and had a lot of effort, the other did not worth the wait. To dream, to realize, to build a rocket to colonize Mars and die on the red planet — a decent life for the individual.

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