BILLIONAIRE Elon Musk is feeling especially extraterrestrial one day after his SPACEX successfully launched and landed its Starship Serial Number 15 rocket without exploding.
Musk tweeted: “Make humanity a multiplanet species!”
To do this, Musk suggests Homosapiens focus their intergalactic colonization with the Red Planet for starters: “Public support for life on Mars is critical to making it happen,” he posted.
Musk is the talk of the planet earth, with his company’s Wednesday launch and dock of the prototype around 6.15pm on Wednesday from a testing facility in Boca Chica, Texas.
The SN15 starship prototype is the first of its kind that has not blown to pieces after a high-altitude test.
The starship flawlessly performed maneuvers known as “belly flops” and then it came back down to earth with a safe touchdown triumph.
In that moment, Musk took a more austere tone.
"Starship landing nominal," he tweeted.
The four previous attempts failed.
Since December, SpaceX has launched the rockets completed the "belly flops" after soaring several miles up into the air.
However, glitches caused the landing in each of those tries to cause explosions during each landing.
The CEO of Tesla is also scheduled to make his Saturday Night Live debut along with Miley Cyrus as the musical guest.
Cast member Pete Davidson joked in an appearance on Late Night With Seth Meyers: "I’m really excited, man. I’m gonna ask him for like a Tesla or some s**t."
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Selecting Musk to host the television comedy sketch juggernaut caused some consternation with some of the show’s talents, leading NBC to offer anybody unwilling to sit out the show.
"Speaking historically, if a cast member has been that unhappy, they don't have to do it," a source familiar with the matter told Page Six.
He’s already been workshopping material with his fans - soliciting skit ideas and test-driving some jokes with an online audience.
Musk tweeted: "Throwing out some skit ideas for SNL. What should I do?"
He then floated some potentials: "Baby Shark & Shark Tank merge to form Baby Shark Tank" and "Irony Man - defeats villains using the power of irony".