ELON Musk has ambitious goals to send people to Mars as early as 2024 as he continues to develop his SpaceX rockets. We explain when the Falcon Heavy is due to go to Mars again, if he plans on going himself and when will his moon missions start. When will Elon Musk’s SpaceX rockets go to Mars? The Falcon Heavy was launched on February 6, 2018 and it has the highest payload capacity of any operational launch vehicle. The cherry red Tesla Roadster that was attached to the rocket made it past Mars’ orbit according to a tweet from SpaceX on November 2, 2018. This has paved the way for further test flights to the Red Planet and the next Falcon Heavy launch is scheduled for March 2019. The SpaceX “Big F****g Rocket” will be able to fly 100 people at a time to live on Mars, Musk has claimed. He says that low altitude tests can begin as early as this year to ahead of its first human trips to Mars in 2024. In December, he shared a photo of the giant metal sections of the BFR. It shows a large nose cone and another section with what appear to… Read full this story
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