Elon Musk says it’s ‘highly likely’ man will go to Mars within 10 years because he’s ‘congenitally optimistic’

Elon Musk has once again predicted that humans will reach Mars within 10 years after the successful test of the most powerful rocket ever built by his aerospace firm SpaceX.

Yet again elon Musk has said that it is “almost certain” that people will be on Mars in the span of 10 years, connecting his time period to the way that he is a “conceived hopeful person”.

Musk retweeted a video posted by his aerospace firm SpaceX showing a successful test of the Starship prototype’s booster rocket and commented: “One day, Starship will take us to Mars.”

At its full limit, Starship is the most impressive rocket at any point created. As indicated by SpaceX’s site, it will “convey both team and freight to Earth circle, the Moon, Mars and then some.”

In response to a user’s question about when humans would be able to reach Mars, Musk said: “I must be a born optimist (SpaceX and Tesla wouldn’t exist otherwise), but 10 years is very possible.”

SpaceX’s shows engineers playing out a static fire test. As per Musk, 31 of the 33 motors at the foundation of the vehicle lighted at the same time.

The team shut down 1 engine just before the start and 1 stopped itself, thus giving a total of 31 engines fired. But still has enough engines to go into orbit!” Musk tweeted. If all 33 engines fired at full power, it would be the most powerful rocket ever built.

Musk has teased a manned landing on Mars for years, most recently predicting a 2029 landing. This was after his 2016 gauge that people would arrive at Mars by 2025.

In 2020, he shared his vision of building a city of 1,000,000 individuals on Mars by 2050. He said he expected to fabricate 1,000 Starships and send off a normal of three daily so anybody could venture out to Mars. There will be lots of jobs on Mars” He added.

However, last year in an interview with TED conference speaker Chris Anderson, Musk warned that life on Mars would not be spectacular. The attempt to close the deal for going to Mars is, ‘It’s hazardous, it’s tight.

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