Elon Musk says SpaceX will land humans on Mars in 10 years in the worst-case scenario


Elon Musk said that in the worst case scenario, SpaceX would bring humans to Mars in 10 years.
 Spaceship engineering and cost reduction are the determining factors. “No amount of money can get  a ticket to Mars,”  added in  Lex Fridman. 
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 Musk told Fridman that the determining factors included  the design of the vehicle, adding that “Starship is the most complex and advanced rocket  ever built. 
“The basic optimization of Starship is to minimize the cost per ton for orbit and ultimately the cost per ton for the Martian surface,” Musk told Fridman on the podcast. Millions of dollars, Musk told Fridman.
 “No amount of money can get  a ticket to Mars,” he said on the podcast.The SpaceX and Tesla CEO has predicted multiple dates for his company’s arrival and landing on the Red Planet.
 Musk said in an interview with the Clubhouse audio app  in February that it will be “five and a half years” before a manned SpaceX spacecraft mission takes place. 
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SpaceX will be landing Starships on Mars well before 2030. The really hard threshold is making Mars Base Alpha self-sustaining.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 23, 2021

Experts say it could take longer than they predict if things don’t go exactly according to plan during the three remaining launch opportunities before 2026.

 Musk is finally planning to build 1,000 Starship missiles, launching three of them a day, to bring a million people to the Red Planet.

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