Elon Musk is considering moving to the Field although he admits that the bold initiative brings "a good chance of death".
The billionaire entrepreneur believes that there is a 70% chance that he will travel to the planet on board one of Space X's own rockets.
It could also be a permanent movement. "We believe you can come back but we are not sure," said SpaceX co-founder of the US Axios TV program.
"I'll know exactly what to do. I'm talking about moving there."
Musk, 47, believes that commercial trips to Mars will be possible within seven years and cost around £ 200,000.
When asked if it would be simple for rich people to escape the problems of the Earth, he said: "The likelihood of dying on Mars is much higher than on Earth. be difficult. There is a good chance of death, going in a little through a deep space.
"[There’s] not a lot of time for recreation. And even after doing all this, it's a very strict environment. So … there's a good chance for you to die there. We believe you can come back but we are not sure.
"Now, does that sound like escape cover for rich people?"
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He asked why he would even consider that he was giving too much chance of survival, he added: "There are many people climbing mountains. People die on Mount Everest by the time.
"They want to do it for the challenge"
Musk may have other reasons for leaving the Earth though – he is currently being prosecuted in two separate cases.
There is a lot of Britain that helped save young football players caught in a cave in Thailand attacking him after he claimed that the Briton was "paeda" unfounded in a tweet to & # 39 ; w 22.5 million followers, after the scam criticized him in a television interview.
And the Securities and Exchange (SEC), the US agency that oversees stock and investment markets, has set up a legal case against Musk in September, accused the billionaire of doing A series of "false and misleading" statements on Twitter.
Meanwhile on Mars, the first Nasa robotic thief designed to study the deep inside of the planet, is excited Monday after a six-month trip through space.
Traveling 301 million miles (548m km) of Earth, Mars InSight there was a spacecraft to reach its destination on the Red, Red Planet's surface, around 8pm in the UK.
The mission management team at the Nasa Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) near Los Angeles was ready to make a final adjustment to InSightA flying flight on Sunday to move the spacecraft closer to its entrance over Mars.
If everything goes back the plan, InSight spreads to the Martian pink sky almost 24 hours later at 12,000 miles per hour (19,310 kilometer per hour). Its atmospheric friction, large parachute and retro rockets will be slowed down by its 77 miles drive to the surface.
When it takes 6-1 / 2 minutes later, it will travel only 5 mph (8 kph).