Elon Musk has spent the last decade building SpaceX’s rocket fleet, the company’s first spacecraft to orbit, the first private spacecraft to visit the Moon and the first to reach Mars.
But it’s the company he founded that has caught the world’s attention with its most ambitious ambitions.
It’s a vision of an advanced, highly populated and advanced society.
Musk’s vision of a human-run space station has been met with resistance by some in the United States and other countries, including the United Kingdom, Russia and Japan.
Musk is working to change that with a bold plan that calls for a manned station to be launched on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket in the 2030s.
The goal: to send a crew to the International Space Station (ISS) by 2025.
In this exclusive interview, Musk explains what the plan is, how SpaceX is working on it and what he wants to achieve with his plans.
I want to go to space.
I have a great relationship with Elon Musk.
It is a very unique partnership.
He wants to get us to Mars.
I love this guy.
I’ve been working with him for a long time.
And I’m going to try to do it.
And it is something that I want.
He’s a very strong person.
He will get us there.
Elon Musk will try to go and make Mars a reality.
Elon is a space visionary.
The world needs this.
He is working for us to do something that we never thought we could do, but it will be really awesome.
The human race needs a permanent base.
I don’t think that’s going to happen.
I think the human race will survive the year.
It will be very different.
But, I’m pretty confident that in 2035, we will be able to do what we’re going to do, and I’m really looking forward to it.
Elon wants to build a space station that is affordable, reliable and secure.
We’ll need a lot of infrastructure to do that.
But I don’s the people that will be on the station, because they’re not going to be a part of that.
They’ll be doing their jobs.
I’m working on this, and it’s something I think I’ll be able do.
It really is going to give us a chance to go there.
I believe it will get humanity to Mars in the future.
It just depends on how much money we can get.
The money will come from private investors and from government sources.
Musk has a vision that he wants the United Nations and the European Space Agency to invest heavily in this project, with NASA paying for about 80 percent of the total costs.
And that means that there will be an operating cost for the project.
Musk says the goal is to put a station in orbit around the Moon in the late 2030s, which is around the same time that SpaceX will be launching a manned mission to Mars and the International Astronautical Congress will hold its first congress.
Musk believes that the station will be cheap to build and that it will cost about $10 billion.
But he doesn’t know the exact cost of the station yet.
SpaceX has been working on building its own space station, which will launch at a fraction of the cost of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy.
The Falcon Heavy launch vehicle will carry two satellites, with the first one, a Russian Soyuz rocket, carrying supplies and cargo, and the second, an Ariane 5 rocket, which Musk says will launch supplies and other cargo to the station.
It’ll be about 10 times cheaper than SpaceX’s current Falcon Heavy rockets.
Musk hopes that with the right funding, SpaceX will launch a manned crew mission in the 2020s.
In the meantime, the SpaceX plan is to have a manned space station orbiting the Earth.
SpaceX is developing an unmanned version of the space station.
This will be about the size of a soccer field, Musk says.
It would be attached to a rocket booster and would orbit around Earth.
Musk and his SpaceX team are working to make the design as affordable as possible.
So, it’s a really ambitious mission.
I would like to see a manned spacewalk, or at least, an emergency spacewalker, if it’s possible.
I hope they do.
I wouldn’t want to be stranded on a spacewarp.
That’s not something I would want to do.
Elon’s vision for a human space station is ambitious and ambitious.
It involves a lot more than just building a spaceship.
Musk wants to go beyond our Earth-bound spacecraft to go farther into space.
This includes sending humans to other planets in the solar system.
He has made plans for a rocket powered by nuclear fusion, which uses fusion energy.
He also wants to send astronauts to other stars in the constellation of the Andromeda Galaxy.
Musk would also like to send humans to Mars, as well as to the asteroid belt and beyond.
We’ve got a lot to learn about spaceflight.
But Musk’s ambition is so grand