Elon Musk implies SpaceX won't land Dragon capsules on Mars
Engadget ------- In February, SpaceX admitted its plan to shoot its Dragon capsule (without people) to Mars by 2018 was a little too ambitious, and bumped up the launch date to 2020. But it seems that approach was too uncertain for NASA's -- and Elon Musk's -- strict safety standards for a Martian landing. Today, the SpaceX founder suggested that the "Red Dragon" project is done and the current capsule won't be used for propulsive landings on the red planet. But don't worry -- the he's got a better plan that the company's cooking up for its next interplanetary hardware proposal. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.