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Following Saturday's successful launch, SpaceX CEO and founder Elon Musk spoke about the future of the private spaceflight company beyond the International Space Station.

During an early morning post-launch press conference at Kennedy Space Center on March 2, Musk briefly touched on the subject of establishing a moon base.

"We should have a base on the moon, like a permanently occupied human base on the moon, and then send people to Mars. That's what we should do," he told reporters. "Maybe there's something beyond the space station, but we'll see."

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Category: Science