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Leonardo DiCaprio says he's signed up for Elon Musk's trip to Mars

Leonardo DiCaprio has achieved so much as an actor on earth, you might think he's getting a little bored of life on the planet. Well, he has apparently already set his sights on Mars. DiCaprio revealed during a talk with President Obama about climate change that he has signed up for going to Mars on Elon Musk's first trip there. Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors and Space X, plans to get humans to Mars as soon as 2025, with a reportedly high risk of dying.
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