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Monday, 06 April 2020

Elon Musk plans to inhabit space

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The sky is not the limit for Elon Musk apparently, whose new entrepreneurship involves mission to space and gradual inhabitation of Mars. Musk's the CEO of SpaceX company that just launched its first demonstrative mission to space. The Dragon space capsule was released to the infinitude from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, on Saturday, and it's expected to return to Earth on 8th March, hitting straight into the Atlantic Ocean, celebrating the International Women's Day with a great splash.

This is a major breakthrough for the US space program, especially since it has been marked by a public-private partnership – the first of the kind. It was also a long-time dream of a man who just won't stop perusing the dream of spending his retirement days not on Florida but on Mars.

There were no crew members on the ship, but the company officials stated that after the successful round one they plan to board many interesting fellows, the most famous of them being the headmaster himself – Elon Musk. They pointed out that following many struggles Elon suffered here on Earth – most notable being the love shipwreck and being sacked from Tesla, he wants to found more private and virtue motivated residence, based on principles of free love, vegan food, and lots of leisure time.

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