Elon Musk: I hope to build self-sufficient cities on Mars within 20 years

SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk have been committed to landing on Mars and making humans an interstellar species. Yesterday, he reiterated his views on social platforms.

Tesla Owners Silicon Valley released the status of SpaceX in 2002 and 2022, and it can be seen from the pictures that SpaceX has made great progress in 20 years. In addition, the Silicon Valley Tesla Owners Club asked Musk about SpaceX's recent progress.


In response, Musk responded: " I hope to have a self-sufficient city on Mars in 20 years ." Last month, Musk said this generation will see humans on Mars within their lifetimes. "Without a common goal, humanity will struggle internally. The moon brought us together in 1969, and Mars will bring us together in the future."


In addition, Musk said in mid-July that he would create a self-sufficient civilization on Mars. "If the launch rate increases exponentially, it would take 20 to 30 years for a human to land for the first time," he said. And he added that the schedule assumes about 100,000 people per flight, for a total of about 2 million people.

Musk released a picture of a spacecraft on the surface of Mars on August 12, with the caption, “One day Mars will become like this.”


Currently, Musk is promoting the next-generation Starship launch vehicle platform, Starship. On August 9, local time, the Starship Booster B7 was statically ignited at the Boca Chica Starship Base in Texas, and it was successful.

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