Elon Musk Hotel in Mars - TRUE or FALSE (with IMAGES)
Elon Musk Hotel in Mars is trending! Ongoing news online covers that the richest man in the world, Elon Musk, is set to unveil his new hotel in Mars. This burst news channels, blogs, and fact-checkers dig deeper and see whether it's true or false that Musk owns a space hotel. Plus, we've got images of the mysterious Musk's hotel in Mars.
TRUE or FALSE: Elon Musk and the first ever SPACE HOTEL?
Have you ever considered vacationing on another planet? Well, we sure haven't. But Elon Musk has different plans, he believes that seeing the other of God's creations aligns with his agenda.
Elon Musk wants to make more money and break records. So, SpaceX is going to Mars to check out the planet's soil. And according to SpaceX, a frankly out-of-this-world vacation experience is set to become available as early as 2025.
People who love adventurous travel will soon have the opportunity to pass the night in Mars, thanks to Tesla's CEO.
Upon opening, the hotel will cost $5 million per night. It's made for only rich ones, but luckily, workers will have to be there. Mars, The Earth's neighborhood planet, will soon be welcoming more people from our planet as Elon Musk is getting ready to unveil the record-breaking first hotel in Mars soon.
However, these are ongoing rumors, and as of today, according to CDD, this announcement of Musk opening a space hotel in Mars is false.
Nevertheless, Mars isn't wholly human-friendly. If the Earth's atmosphere is composed of nitrogen and oxygen, Mars is carbon dioxide based. Additionally, Mars' surface is rock and dust, while Earth's is 70% water.
So the question: IS MARS SUITABLE FOR LIVING?
Building places to live on Mars could be challenging. Transportation of construction materials could end up being way too expensive. In addition, Mars has extreme radiation levels, temperature fluctuations, a lack of oxygen, and other conditions that would create a challenging environment for homes. On the other hand, it is possible that humans would live in ice igloos or below the ground surface. However, from the images of Musk's space hotel, it doesn't seem like an igloo. Or maybe not just yet.
But, well, we can all dream about staying in a hotel on Mars. And who knows, maybe Elon Musk will really open it. The sad part, of course, is the cost of $5 million a night, so either you should start saving or plan a more down-to-earth vacation with Ratepunk. 😁