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Once the craft approaches Mars — a trip of about 20 months or more — the craft will have to get through the atmosphere, reaching a temperature of 1,700°C, and use rockets to lower the craft gently onto the moon. That is a description of the new Elon Musk plan to settle Mars.  He hinted […] The post Give me video games or give me death appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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