SpaceX CEO Elon Musk answered a question about when manned missions to Mars would begin. According to the world's richest person, we will set foot on Mars 'in 5 years at best, 10 years at worst'.
Elon Musk, the richest person in the world with a fortune of more than $ 270 billion, most of his wealth comes from Tesla shares. Musk's other company is SpaceX. One of the biggest dreams of Musk, who sends rockets to space, is to go to Mars. In a podcast program he attended, Musk shared his answers about the trip to Mars.
Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, which is currently developing a rocket to go to Mars, also said when humanity will set foot on the Red Planet. Giving an estimated answer to the question, Musk suggested that humans will make an expedition to Mars in 5 years at best, 10 years at worst.
Elon Musk also notes that no one can fly to Mars for a trillion dollars right now.
"Our main task is to calculate the weight of the space shuttle in orbit and on Mars and to optimize the vehicle accordingly," said Elon Musk, and his goal is to send a total of 3 million people to Mars by launching 1 space shuttles every day.
If Elon Musk's predictions hold, manned missions to Mars will begin between 2027 and 2032.
The Starship rocket developed by SpaceX will be the most powerful rocket in the world if it ends. Both the US and China have already landed unmanned spacecraft on Mars. These instruments are scanning the surface of Mars and collecting samples.