Elon Musk responds to journalist who asked “India’s Mars mission is the cheapest in the world”

Elon Musk is a billionaire entrepreneur and business magnate. He is the CEO of several companies, including SpaceX, Tesla, Neuralink, and The Boring Company. He is also the co-founder of PayPal, which is now one of the world’s leading online payment systems.

Musk is known for his ambitious goals and his pursuit of innovative technologies that could potentially change the world. He has been involved in a variety of projects, including developing electric cars, exploring space, and creating a network of high-speed transportation tunnels.

Musk is considered one of the most influential people in the world, and his work has been recognized with numerous awards and accolades.

Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX, has been vocal about his ambitious plans to establish a human settlement on Mars. We all know that SpaceX is developing a fully reusable spacecraft called “Starship,” which aims to serve as the primary vehicle for Mars missions.

Starship is being designed in such a way that it can carry a large number of passengers and cargo to Mars. Recently, a journalist asked Elon Musk about India’s Mars mission, which is the cheapest in the world.

Elon Musk responded to the journalist. Watch the video below:-

Recently, India became the first and only country to make a soft landing on the lunar South Pole. 

“Kinda crazy when you realize India’s budget for Chandrayaan-3 ($75M) is less than the film Interstellar ($165M),” Newsthink wrote. The post caught the attention of SpaceX founder, Elon Musk as he reacted to the post and wrote, “Good for India.”

“That’s insane. I love entertainment and Interstellar is one of my favourite movies, but humanity should spend way less money entertaining ourselves and way more money exploring and trying to understand the nature of our universe,” an X user commented.

“Well, India spent $75 million in INR ₹6.15 billion If The currency exchanges were equal, it would still more than 6 billion cost It’s likely that by 2075 both currencies will be around equal INR 615 crore is a very big amount in India,” said another.

“That’s the cost of the third mission. They would leverage the lessons learnt and technologies from the past 2 missions hence those costs should also be considered,” wrote another user.