Elon Musk, the billionaire entrepreneur who is building a company that is transforming the way we build rockets, is planning to use the space-based company SpaceX to explore the possibility of using its rockets to send humans to the moon.
In an interview with CNBC, Musk said the company is developing a rocket called the Hyperloop, which would use a tube that is made of carbon nanotubes and air to move people between Los Angeles and New York in about 15 minutes.
It could also be used to carry astronauts to the International Space Station.
Musk said his company would use the technology to move humans to Mars in about 20 years.
He also said SpaceX is working with companies that are building spaceships.
SpaceX is already developing a prototype of a Hyperloop tube that it says could carry up to 20 passengers, and Musk said it will soon begin testing a vehicle that could take people to Mars by 2020.
If the company proves successful, Musk will be a billionaire who could make a fortune on his rocketry.
But Musk’s dream of sending humans to a new planet may not come to fruition.
He said he is still working on getting a private company to build the rocket, but he expects to have it done in time.
He said SpaceX will take the rocket to the Moon, but it may not go as far as it should because of the high cost of getting to the surface.
That means it will have to be made at SpaceX facilities, and that will make the company very expensive.
Musk also said he would like to develop a way to send people to a Mars-like world, and he said he could develop a spacecraft for that.
“We could probably get a few rockets out there.
The Moon, maybe Mars,” Musk said.
“But the real problem is we’re not there yet.”
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