(Mirror Daily, United States) – The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX is probably one of the most appreciated in the high-tech industry and Elon Musk says SpaceX will take humans to Mars by 2025.
Having two science-tech giants that produce “wonder” every other day like others produce bread, makes you pretty much “godlike”. So, when Elon Musk says his company SpaceX will develop a spacecraft that can fly humans to Mars by 2025, the odds are this is actually going to happen.
However, so far he only introduced the idea so as to make us more curious and keep us waiting for more. He will further detail his plan in the near future, unveiling also the architecture of the spacecraft.
But the CEO didn’t stop here with the news. He revealed one of his great dreams, that of building a city on Mars. So landing there would only be the start of a bigger, better adventure. Of course, the point is to do everything that’s in our power to ensure the survival of the human race in case our planet doesn’t make it. And given how things are going with global warming and everything, the Red Planet doesn’t sound so bad after all.
According to discoveries made so far, it still looks like Mars is the best solution we have, if we were to make a home someplace else. And when Elon Musk announces his company could make it happen in just about a decade, obviously people are already going crazy about it.
Of course, going to Mars opens up new horizons and with technology evolving at this pace and with people like Musk leading the evolution, we will be able to further explore the Universe and maybe find other planets were life could be sustained.
Everything will begin with a rocket in the next decade and go on with giant starships that could transport many people to the Red Planet. Of course, there are many skeptics out there who don’t believe this is possible, but giving people hope about it and making them excited for the journey ahead seems like a good plan to gather support for the huge project Elon Musk is preparing.
Let’s hope SpaceX won’t keep us waiting much and they will reveal the plans for the manned spacecraft this year as promised.
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