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It’s ’s time to begin saving if you ever plan on seeing Mars in the future.
Elon Musk is making it his target to get space travel to be produced affordable, regardless of his firm SpaceX’s Starship not even leaving Earth yet.
At a tweet on Sunday (February 10), Musk said moving to the red world would possibly cost $500,000 or less.
Very determined by quantity, however I’m confident going to Mars (return ticket is complimentary ) will one day cost less than $500k & maybe even under $100k. Enough that people in economies could sell their house on Earth & proceed to Mars if they need.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 11, 2019
SpaceX is presently working on finishing its starship, the stainless steel rocket that is predicted to transfer 100 space visitors to Mars in 1 go. Even though half-a-million USD seems likes a lot of cash for a flight, Musk makes it clear that people could sell their houses on Earth to be able to permanently move to Mars. The return ticket is liberated therefore that’s a bonus!
$500,000 is also cheap compared to the bundles planned by Virgin Galactic. Taking a vacation at a lavish space hotel orbiting Earth could cost $9.5million, also according to CNET. Some would assert that it’s a great deal of cash to go to and then determine that there actually isn’t much there. It could be an amount that is awful simply to find out that rocks are quite boring if you stare at them for a long time.
Just like Rome wasn’t built in a day, colonising Mars won’t be an easy task with lots of trips back and forth between Earth. And of course the number of tests and information that have to be collated before planets will be trusted by individuals is secure.
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Elon Musk has described how he wants to launch an unmanned cargo mission to the red planet in 2022, with a manned mission to accompany 2024.
Marco Cáceres, a senior space analyst at the Teal Group told Business Insider who Elon is preparing for its long term:
He wants to have two bridges to live on. Some people call it insane, but it sort of makes some sense. If a thing were to happen to the world, we have an option.
It was declared in September 2018 that the personal passenger to fly in space would be the Japanese billionaire and artwork collector Yusaku Maezawa. Though it’s unknown who’ll probably be next to follow in his footsteps, we can anticipate Elon is packing up his things and ready to go to Mars in the near future.
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