Space entrepreneur and Tesla founder Elon Musk unveiled a plan this week for putting a permanent human colony on the red planet. Musk estimates it will take from 40 years to a century to get a self-sustaining colony going there. Jeffrey Kluger, Time Magazine's editor-at-large, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why the "odds are very, very good" and why this long-term space mission would be a "mental test." From CBS This Morning.
Tesla's Gigafactory, under construction in Sparks, Nevada, will be the largest building in the world, by footprint, when it's finished. The batteries it produces are crucial to Tesla's plan to make affordable electric vehicles. From WIRED.
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