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Elon Musk Says Tickets to Mars Can Be Purchased For IDR 1.4 Billion!

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said that tickets to go to Mars can be purchased for Rp. 1.4 billion. According to him, the price is still affordable and can be purchased by all levels of society who want it.

Yep, Elon Musk with SpaceX is known to be making a plan to take people on ‘tours’ to the planet Mars. Of course, this plan will use his guys’ spaceship.

Musk has also estimated how much it will cost passengers to go to Mars with his company, SpaceX.

Elon Musk Estimates The Price Of A Ticket To Go To Mars Is IDR 1.4 Billion

Not long ago, Elon Musk was involved in a conversation with the head of the TED program, Chris Anderson and talked about the Mars trip project that Musk has been planning for the last few months.

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On that occasion, Anderson also asked what price Musk set so that people could go to Mars.

“If the cost of moving to Mars is, say, $100,000, then I think almost anyone can work and save and end up having $100,000 and can go to Mars if they want,” Musk replied. Business Insider.

According to him, the ‘cheap’ price allows everyone to go to Mars. “We want to make it available to anyone who wants to leave,” he added.

Elon Musk Mars Tickets
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It is known, previously Elon Musk had said that the cost of a trip to Mars ranged from US $ 100 thousand to US $ 500 thousand or equivalent to Rp. 7.2 billion. Because it is considered expensive, he also lowered the price to make it more affordable.

In 2022, this man with a total wealth of 264.6 billion USD had hoped to make 1,000 SpaceX Starships within 10 years, to help 1 million people on Earth go to Mars in 2050. Not to forget, he also wants to build a city on the planet.

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So how are you guys? Are you willing to spend Rp 1.4 billion just to go to Mars with the SpaceX crew?