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Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX.
Multi-billionaire tech mogul Elon Musk on Sunday took to the Twitter to describe his relationship with Mars by calling the red planet his souldog.
"Mars is my souldog," Musk said in tweet.
Responding to Musk, a user tweeted, "Elon is from Mars. The Galactic Federation has no say. They agree with his awakening tactics."
"Why Mars? There's plenty of planets out there," mentioned another user.
Another user posted to him, "YOU are my souldog I don't even care how many other people have said this already."
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Meanwhile, Musk is building floating spaceports at least 35 kms from the coastline and would be used for launching starship rockets to the Moon, mars and even hypersonic travel around Earth.
The floating spaceports would be accessed via tunnels dug under the water and Musk-owned The Boring Company would construct those.
Musk had earlier tweeted that most Starship spaceports will probably need to be around 35 kms offshore for "acceptable noise levels".
SpaceX is currently hiring "offshore operations engineers" to help develop floating spaceports for Starship.
The actor will be enlisting the support of Elon Musk’s SpaceX company for a new Nasa-backed film project that is scheduled to shoot in space in October 2021.
On Friday, the rocket company SpaceX tweeted that the vehicle made its first close approach with Mars, coming within five million miles of it.
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