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Elon Musk puts the brakes on the ‘nuke Mars’ theory

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Not so fast, Lex Luthor.

Just a few days after telling the world he is, he still wants to “nuke Mars,” SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has something went into the proposal, rather than offering a new idea, it does not make any use of nuclear weapons.

Musk’s plan would be to use the thousands of solar reflector satellites”, in an attempt to keep warm on the Red Planet. “It might make sense to have thousands of solar reflector satellites is too hot, Mars-versus-artificial suns (tbd),” Musk tweeted.

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He followed that up with a tweet, saying that his idea to “nuke Mars,” is a reference to a constant stream of extremely low fall-out from nuclear fusion explosion of the top of the atmosphere to create an artificial sun.” The outspoken tech exec, adding that this was “not the result of a Mars-to-be radioactive.”

If the question is whether or not there is still a risk to the plan, Musk also told a fan that it’s “not a big risk, and it can be modified or improved in a “real-time”.

Musk has posited the controversial idea. “In 2015, Musk told Stephen Colbert in an appearance on the tv show, which is to make the planet habitable for the colonists, it is the easiest way to insert a greenhouse gas to warm the Red Planet, it would have been to drop nuclear weapons on russia.

Colbert responded by saying, “You’re a supervillain! That’s what a supervillain does to a person.”

In 2018, a NASA-backed study said that it was not possible to terraform Mars with the help of state of the art. “The transformation of the inhospitable Martian environment in one place, the astronauts could explore it without the life support, it is not possible without the technology beyond the current capability,” the space agency said in a news release.

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