The CEO & # 39; SpaceX Elon Musk said that there is "a chance & # 39; 70 per cent will go in & # 39; Mars", despite "good chance" of which no longer alive, media reports said .
"We've recently made a number of & # 39; I discovered … I'm really encouraged about" Mr. Musk was quoted saying in & # 39; interview & # 39; Axios on HBO on Sunday, the CNET report.
"I talk about moving there," said Musk thrilled, and talked about his ambition.
He, however, agreed that the risks were high.
"Your probability of dying on Mars is much higher than in the World", said Mr. Musk, adding "There is a good chance & # 39; death."
Even if it makes to Mars, still can & # 39; end up dying in its harsh conditions, but Mr Musk remains & # 39; sure must go.
"There are many people who climb mountains. People die on Mount Everest all the time," he said. "Still want to make up for the challenge."
The founder & # 39; SpaceX warned that those who wish to go to the Red Planet to start saving as a trip to Mars would cost "around a few hundred thousand dollars".
Mr. Spaceship Mr Musk designed for traveling interplanetarju "Starship" (formerly known as the BFR) is a vehicle that can & # 39; re & # 39; fully used to take humans to Mars and supplies and also to reduce b & # 39; dramatic way travel time in the World.
This vehicle f & # 39; two steps – made Booster and Ship – is designed to eventually replace the Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy and space vehicle.
It is designed to serve all the needs of & # 39; orbit the Earth and the Moon and Mars.
Starship is also set to fly private passengers – Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa – for Moon and is scheduled to begin in 2023.
Mr Maezawa, 42, is the founder and CEO & # 39; Zozo, the largest online fashion retailer in Japan.