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Ambitious! Elon Musk plans to hit Mars in the coming years with all the risks involved

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UNITED STATES .- Everything seems to indicate that Elon Musk has in mind to achieve a feat of madness: to reach Mars with a human crew. His goals are set for the year 2026, but everything indicates that the founder of Space Exploration Technologies is something he wants to do despite the complexity and dangerousness of it. Remember that only the “robots” were able to land on Martian soil. For now, the Perseverance rover and the Ingenuity helicopter are in charge of exploring Mars, and China’s Zhurong has joined it. In view of this, concern arose as to whether humanity would have the capacity to be on the Red Planet. Even NASA itself has said it will seek to send people to the neighboring planet, but it could happen throughout the 2030s and 2040s. For this reason, it seems Elon Musk wants to anticipate this. In an interview in 2020, the billionaire revealed that in 2026, space travel could begin, even though he acknowledges its complexity. “It’s hard to sled there,” the mogul joked, adding, “Honestly, a lot of people are probably going to die early on.” Source: Pixabay. In the first place, the impossibilities known so far are to be able to survive cosmic radiation. Also dust storms and the low probability of producing oxygen and water. In addition, many scientists see it as “madness” to think that it is possible to reach Mars, with all the changes that a walk on Martian soil could entail. On the other hand, it should be noted that in recent days it has already been reported that a new mission to Mars is expected to take only a few days. On the other hand, a trip there would take between six and nine months; the distance from Earth is between 35 million miles and 249 million miles. In addition, logistics are further complicated by its elliptical orbits.