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Musk Projects Mars Spaceship Ready for Short Trips in 2019

Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk spoke Sunday about the timeline for sending a space vehicle to Mars, CNBC reported. Musk told the audience at the South by Southwest festival held in Austin, Texas, that the milestone for sending a space vehicle to Mars is as early as next year. The venture, announced in 2017, aims to send a cargo mission to the Red Planet by 2022. SpaceX’s ultimate objective is to plant the seeds to put a human colony on Mars. Mission Valley Gas Leak: Who Is to Blame? A flight on SpaceX’s BFR rocket system could cost in the $5 to $6 million range. The billionaire told the audience that “we are building the first Mars, or interplanetary ship, and I think well be able to short trips, flights by first half of next year.” Tieray Jones: I ‘Absolutely’ Did Not Kill Jahi Turner Photo Credit: Getty Images/Mark Brake
Source: NBC San Diego

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