CEO of SpaceX And Tesla Motors Makes Announcement On SpaceX's Latest Venture
(Photo : Photo by Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images) Elon Musk, CEO of Space Exploration Technologies Corp, speaks during a news conference at the National Press Club April 5, 2011 in Washington, DC. Elon Musk, CEO of Space Exploration Technologies Corp (SpaceX) and Tesla Motors, held the news conference to announce SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket which could complete missions to the International Space Station and Moon and should be ready for use by the end of 2012.

Elon Musk is inviting people to relocate to Starbase or on Greater Brownsville Texas and work for SpaceX as the company is hiring for more personnel to work on its projects and soon ventures focused on space travel. Musk teases Starbase to be a home that has renewable energy sources, along with the state soon having a Boring Loop tunnel project.

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(Photo : Photo by Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images)
Elon Musk, CEO of Space Exploration Technologies Corp, speaks during a news conference at the National Press Club April 5, 2011 in Washington, DC. Elon Musk, CEO of Space Exploration Technologies Corp (SpaceX) and Tesla Motors, held the news conference to announce SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket which could complete missions to the International Space Station and Moon and should be ready for use by the end of 2012.

Elon Musk Starbase: SpaceX Needs Engineers, Other Personnel

On Tuesday, March 30, the multi-company CEO released in a series of tweets that SpaceX is hiring for additional employees to focus on its upcoming ventures and activities that would all be intended for its forthcoming projects in the future. Alongside this, Musk said via Twitter (@elonmusk) that Starbase would also be a good place to relocate in conjunction with the job offer.

Apart from engineers, SpaceX is also searching for technicians, builders, and additional support personnel that would be essential for the work to be done, particularly with the focus of the company in the coming years. SpaceX is known to be aiming for its Mars mission within the decade that would be using the Stainless Steel spacecraft known as the Starship.

Musk teased that Starbase is an upcoming city in the Lone Star state, featuring renewable home energy sources that come from the nearby wind-power farm, soon paired with Tesla's Solar Roof project. Additionally, Musk mentioned that Starbase would grow to thousands of people residing within the area, in the coming years.

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The Boring Company Loop Tunnel

On the other hand, a fan asked about the possibility of having The Boring Company work on a loop tunnel project for Starbase and South Padre Island towards Texas' Brownsville International Airport. The question was directed to Musk, who is also the CEO of the company.

Here, Musk said that he "sure hopes so" for this project to come through, meaning that this is a venture that The Boring Company has already planned on, or is aiming to accomplish in the coming years. The latest venture for the tunnel-digging company was the Austin loop, which is hundreds of miles away from the said venture.

SpaceX All-Civilian Crew

The SpaceX Inspiration4 Mission which would historically have an all-civilian crew on its upcoming flight has also named the two final members of the team after the initial two were named months ago. According to NBC Today, Chris Sembroski, a 41-year-old retired Air Force Pilot and Lockheed Martin employee was selected, alongside entrepreneur and pilot, Dr. Sian Proctor to complete the team.

They would join the initially selected cancer survivor Hayley Arcenaux who is 29-years-old, with the CEO of Shift4, mission leader, and main benefactor of the trip, Jared Isaacman. They would be boarding SpaceX's spacecraft, which would venture to the skies along with four civilians on the mission to experience cosmic flight.

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