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On Sunday, Musk logged onto Reddit to let his most discerning fans squeeze more details about the plan from him during an "Ask Me Anything" Q&A session.
But Musk isn't merely interested in surviving: He wants a city on Mars, including everything from "iron foundries to pizza joints," he said in September.Elon Musk wants to launch a million people to Mars in the event some apocalyptic disaster eventually ruins Earth.And he wants it to be somewhat affordable — 0,000 or less per person.What Musk wrote: "Send Dragon scouting missions, initially just to make sure we know how to land without adding a crater and then to figure out the best way to get water for the CH4/O2 Sabatier Reaction." In April 2016, Space X announced it plans to send a Dragon spacecraft variant — fittingly called Red Dragon — to Mars as soon as 2018."These missions will help demonstrate the technologies needed to land large payloads propulsively on Mars," Space X previously told Business Insider in a statement.