‘I am an astronaut, not a tech entrepreneur’: Elon Musk says he won’t be a tech billionaire

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors, told CNBC that he is not a billionaire.

Musk said that he won�t be a billionaire because he�s a human being.

He said that the most important thing is for people to get involved and support the space program, and to not give up hope that we will one day be able to go into space.

The billionaire and entrepreneur told CNBC�s John Harwood that he had been to space before and had seen things that were not possible.

He said that in his life, he has been to outer space twice, and he is familiar with the conditions on Mars.

Musk explained that when he is on Mars, he is the first human to ever touch the surface of the Red Planet.

I�m an astronaut.

I have spent a lot of time in space.

I�m a very big believer in space travel.

I was on the first flight and I saw the atmosphere, and I knew it was very hot.

It is very harsh.

But I was a lot more excited than I would have been if I had gone back to Earth.

I think that was the point where I had to make the decision to go back to Mars, because it is a much more challenging environment, he said.

The billionaire said that if you were to go to Mars today, it would be very difficult to get the job done.

He compared the situation with his previous two trips, where he was able to get his work done on time.

If you were on Mars today and you were the only human on the planet, would you still be able do the job?

No.

We would be in the same place, Musk said.

But he said that it would probably take a little longer.

There would probably be a certain amount of effort required to get there.

Musk added that he wouldn�t even be able get up and do it.

He would have to go through the same training process that astronauts go through.

He told Harwood the first thing he would do after he got back from Mars is get back to the U.S. He plans to attend the University of Texas at Austin for his degree in computer science.

Tesla Motors will launch the company�s first electric vehicle, the Model S sedan, in the coming months.

The car is expected to be priced at around $100,000, and it will be capable of achieving a top speed of 155 mph, Musk explained.

This article originally appeared on The Huffington Report and has been republished with permission.