Musk plans to detonate nuclear bombs on MARS
Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX, Solar City and Tesla, has revealed plans to detonate nuclear bombs on MARS in order to make it inhabitable for human beings.
Musk released more details about the plant to use nuclear pulse bombs on the red planets aiming to create two suns over the Martian poles that would warm up the planet and make it inhabitable just like global warming. While speaking at the launch of anew solar panel made by Solar City, he said that bombs would blink out like a small sun and warm the planet. He said that the explosions will turn frozen carbon dioxide into gas and liquefy ice and thicken the atmosphere.
Elon Musk has often made it public that he believes that the red planet can be made inhabitable for humans and has also said that he wants to visit Mars one day. Experts said that Mars has extreme temperature of -62C and can reach as low as -176C. It has 63% weaker gravitational pull than the Earth and Martian atmosphere is 96% carbon dioxide.
Musk also said that SpaceX will be ready to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station in the next two to three years.SpaceX Falcon rockets have started delivering cargo to the space station.
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