According to Elon Musk, Starliner Vehicle That Will Take People Back to the Moon May Be Ready Before 2024!
SpaceX, which took the considerable burden of Nasa's Artemis mission, which will take people back to the Moon, made exciting statements about the vehicle to be used in the mission. Adding to the explanations after it was said that the Starliner vehicle will be ready by 2024, Elon Musk announced that the vehicle will probably be ready even earlier.
One of the biggest dreams of the famous billionaire Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX, which was influential in founding the company, was to turn humanity into an 'interplanetary' civilization. The living areas planned to be established on the Moon and Mars have also been determined as the most important steps of this goal. Making a recent statement about the flight that will take people back to the Moon after many years in the coming years, Musk claimed that this date is not far away.
It has been announced that SpaceX, which undertook the construction of the vehicle that will land people on the Moon in NASA's Artemis mission, will complete the vehicle by 2024. Responding to a tweet about the mission on Twitter after NASA statement that he found this target quite ambitious, Musk announced that the vehicle will likely be ready even sooner.
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Making statements about the Starliner rocket, which NASA supports with a contract of $ 2.89 billion signed with SpaceX, Elon Musk announced that the vehicle will be ready by 2024. Then, responding to one of the posts about the task on Twitter, Musk heralded that the vehicle could come even earlier with the words "Probably sooner". However, even the year 2024 was a very ambitious and passionate goal for many.
Last week, it was revealed that NASA was behind on its plans to develop astronaut suits. SpaceX, which received the giant support of NASA by eliminating Blue Origin, announced that it could take over the suit. It is clear from all this how excited Elon Musk is for the Artemis mission. He even made fun of Blue Origin's Moon vehicle last week.
According to NASA's statements, the year 2024 is not an arbitrary goal, on the contrary, it is the most ambitious one. The test flights of the mission will start in 2023 according to current plans. If the expected success on the Moon is achieved, sustainable ways for the discovery and use of the satellite will be sought and implemented by the end of the 2020s.