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In 1953 a scientist predicted a man titled 'Elon' would lead humans to Mars and crown himself 'Martian Emperor'

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In Grünheide near Berlin, a maximum of 500,000 vehicles per year are to roll off the assembly line starting in July 2021.
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In October 2020, Elon Musk announced that in 2024, humans would set foot on Mars.
A book published in 1953 tells of how a leader titled "Elon" would lead humans to the planet.
The book was by Wernher Von Braun, a German-American astronautical engineer and space architect.
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