People will die during the Mars mission
“People will die during Mars mission” Elon Musk gave this controversial announcement. The CEO of SpaceX, Elon Musk gave the interview on April, 22 along with Peter Diamandis, founder of the X Prize Foundation. The interview was aired on digital media, YouTube. In that interview, Elon Musk told that probably a bunch of people will die during their first man mission on Mars. SpaceX is aiming to send its first manned mission to Mars at the end of 2025 or the beginning of 2026. It’s a mission to Mars for its colonization as a future project. Additionally, not only Mars, but SpaceX wants to colonize multiple planets in space.
Elon Musk labelled the mission on Mars as a glorious adventure. Moreover, Elon Musk also said this mission:
- Is dangerous,
- Is uncomfortable,
- Has a long journey.
- People might not come back alive.
- Will have an amazing experience for adventurers.
According to the reports, there are already millions of people willing to participate in this mission. Though it’s tough sledging over in Mars, according to Musk. Furthermore, in an interview, Elon Musk announced that the company doesn’t want to make anyone go by force, although volunteers will prefer. As a reminder, Tesla and SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk aims to transfer humans from Earth to other different planets in space. Musk wants humans to live on the planets especially on the red planet, Mars.
Musk had already been interested in sending humans to outer space. The dream of Musk is coming to fulfilment in the upcoming four or five years. As far as mission is concerned, Musk claimed that there will be unknown things and air on the red planet. There will be a harsh environment and dangerous radiation on the planet.
In 2015, after a successful rocket landing by SpaceX on Mars, Elon Musk announced to build a city on the red planet. After this, Musk also published a paper in June 2017 regarding the living of humans on different planets. Musk planned for having as many as 1 million people on Mars for its colonization.