Podcaster: Fraser Cain
Title: Guide To Space – What Will It Take To Feed A Million People On Mars?
Organization: Universe Today
In 2017, Elon Musk laid out his grand sweeping plans for the future of SpaceX, the company that would take humanity to Mars. Over decades, tens of thousands of Starship flights would carry a million human beings to the surface of the Red Planet, the minimum Musk expects it’ll take to create a self-sustaining civilization.
The number of details in an effort like this is mind-boggling. What about the reduced gravity, radiation exposure, and space madness? What about return flights? Replacement parts? Building materials?
What’s everyone going to eat?
Bio: Fraser Cain is the publisher of Universe Today
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