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Elon Musk ‘Super, Super Serious’ About Starting a Candy Company

"I'm starting a candy company and it's going to be amazing," Musk tweeted on Saturday

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AI could be first 'resident' of Mars, hints Musk. (Wikimedia Commons)

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk said that he was “super, super serious” about starting his own confections enterprise, the media reported.

“I’m starting a candy company and it’s going to be amazing,” Musk tweeted on Saturday.

The SpaceX CEO’s tweet received more than 100,000 likes by Saturday evening and Twitter users posted various queries including when was he going to start, whether he was hiring, what it will be called, how they can buy stock, reports CNN.

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The uses clearly expect the candy to be as amazing and ground-breaking as Musk’s Tesla cars and SpaceX space exploration company.

“My candy better be airdropped from a space station or I want my money back,” one person wrote. (IANS)

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SpaceX CEO Elon Musk Showcases SpaceX’s Starship Test Rocket

Musk said the company should have its first orbital prototype by June, Mashable.com reported

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Elon Musk showcases SpaceX's Starship test rocket. (VOA)

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has for the first time offered a glimpse of the company’s Starship test flight rocket, dubbed the “Hopper”.

“Starship test flight rocket just finished assembly at the @SpaceX Texas launch site. This is an actual picture, not a rendering,” Musk tweeted, while posting an image of the vehicle on Thursday.

The Starship vehicle was formerly known as the Big Falcon Rocket (BFR), a fully reusable vehicle designed to take humans and supplies to Mars and also to dramatically cut travel time within Earth.

This two-stage vehicle — composed of a Booster and a Ship — is designed to eventually replace the company’s Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy and the Dragon spacecraft.

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Elon Musk. IANS

It is designed to service all Earth orbit needs as well as the Moon and Mars.

The Starship Hopper that Elon Musk showcased will do suborbital vertical flight tests similar to the Falcon 9 Hopper back in 2013.

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“Orbital version is taller, has thicker skins (won’t wrinkle) & a smoothly curving nose section,” he added.

Elon Musk said the company should have its first orbital prototype by June, Mashable.com reported. (IANS)