Elon Musk: SpaceX interstellar spacecraft to land on Mars in 2024

Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, a US space exploration technology company, said that SpaceX may land its interplanetary spacecraft on Mars in 2024. Earlier, in March of this year, Musk had stated that SpaceX would land its interplanetary rocket on Mars by 2030.

And four years ago, Musk also revealed the ambitious plan to launch an interstellar spacecraft to Mars in 2022. But now, he believes that 2024 is a more accurate goal.

It is reported that SpaceX will use interstellar spacecraft to perform missions to Mars. The company’s interplanetary spacecraft is the largest manned spacecraft in human history, which can carry one hundred people.

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It will be a key transportation tool for Musk to achieve the grand goal of human settlement on Mars. Like the “Falcon 9” rocket, the interstellar spacecraft will be able to re-use multiple flights in the future.

In early February of this year, Musk said that SpaceX will send humans to Mars within five and a half years, that is, before 2026.

In addition to carrying out manned missions to Mars, SpaceX also plans to use interstellar spacecraft to carry out moon landing missions and to carry out point-to-point high-speed travel around the earth from 2022.

Earlier, Musk revealed that the company plans to build 1,000 interstellar spacecraft in the next 10 years. He estimated that it would take about 9 years to send 1 million people to Mars.

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