SpaceX Exploration to Space

This report is about Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX and his plans to begin colonizing Mars.

Earlier this year, Elon Musk spoke to a bunch of his admirers about his plans to colonize on Mars. He intends to have a rocket built so it can muster over 100 people and all the supplies needed. If all goes well with this plan, it should take place within the next 50 – 100 years and, if that turns out successful, Musk plans to soon after begin to transfer 1 million people onto the Red Planet.

One of the major focuses of the first few test trials is to look at the fundamentals of the rocket ship that the passengers will be taking and see how it might be improved. Musk says that the first few trials to be run won’t necessarily be focused on the people going (although they are important) but more so on how the actual ship will go on fuel levels, weight sustainability and other mechanical features as such. So, obviously, those people who do wish to be part of the first test runs will have to face the fact that they do have a bit of a high chance of dying.

There are only a few things that I am left with after this report. One of them is, what inspired Elon Musk to put so much effort into populating Mars. How does he think the first trials will go? Does he think Mars can sustain life just as earth can?

Thank you 🙂

This report is about Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX and his plans to begin colonizing Mars.

Earlier this year, Elon Musk spoke to a bunch of his admirers about his plans to colonize on Mars. He intends to have a rocket built so it can muster over 100 people and all the supplies needed. If all goes well with this plan, it should take place within the next 50 – 100 years and, if that turns out successful, Musk plans to soon after begin to transfer 1 million people onto the Red Planet.

One of the major focuses of the first few test trials is to look at the fundamentals of the rocket ship that the passengers will be taking and see how it might be improved. Musk says that the first few trials to be run won’t necessarily be focused on the people going (although they are important) but more so on how the actual ship will go on fuel levels, weight sustainability and other mechanical features as such. So, obviously, those people who do wish to be part of the first test runs will have to face the fact that they do have a bit of a high chance of dying.

There are only a few things that I am left with after this report. One of them is, what inspired Elon Musk to put so much effort into populating Mars. How does he think the first trials will go? Does he think Mars can sustain life just as earth can?

Thank you 🙂

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