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Heading for Mars: Elon Musk’s Net Worth

  • Elon Musk has a net worth of over $20 billion
  • He is a famous entrepreneur that owns Tesla, a self driving car manufacturer
  • Elon Musk’s salary is only $37,584

Elon Musk is a very successful entrepreneur. He was born in South-Africa. Currently, Musk resides in Bel-Air Los Angeles, conveniently located in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains in California. The community contains mostly high income individuals. Musk is the founder and CEO of two very successful companies Tesla and SpaceX.



Tesla has a revenue of roughly $7 billion. The company is based out of Palo Alto, California. It was founded in 2003. The company produces electric self driving cars, lithium-ion battery storage units, and solar panels. According to Musk’s vision of Tesla, the company will be an independent automaker supplying electric cars.



Elon Musk is Heading for Mars

On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first human to step on the moon. It was a huge achievement for the United States and represented the potential of the human race. In the following 48 years we haven’t been back to the moon or anywhere else in the solar system. However, one man is looking to change that.


So, where are we headed next? Mars, of course!



Space Exploration Technologies Corp is an American aerospace manufacturer. It is better known as SpaceX. The goal of the company is to reduce the cost of space travel and colonize Mars one day.


Elon Musk is planning on building a Big F*cking Rocket (BFR: Interplanetary Transport System), to get to Mars. We’re not kidding. It really is called a Big F*cking Rocket! Musk plans on focusing most of SpaceX’s resources on the Interplanetary Transport System, called BFR.


All our resources will turn toward building BFR,” Musk said. “And we believe we can do this with the revenue we receive from launching satellites and servicing the space station.


Although, the company has not launched any astronauts into space previously, Musk plans to have the first travelers on board the BFR, to Mars, by 2024.