Elon Musk made and sold a computer game to a magazine when he was 12 years of age. 'Blastar,' a space battling game, was sold for $500 to PC and Office Innovation magazine

According to Ashlee Vance, author of Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future, Musk almost sold Tesla to Google for $11 billion in 2013.

Musk's most memorable undertaking was the establishing of Zip2, an organization that gave papers guides and professional resources and was subsequently offered to Compaq for $307 million.

He dropped out after two days to start Zip2 Corporation, a company he co-founded with his brother Kimbal to provide licensed online city guides for newspaper publishers.

In 2015, Musk appeared as a guest on the popular television show The Simpsons. In the episode, he played himself.

Musk established Space Exploration Technologies, or SpaceX, in 2002. With the launch of Falcon 1 in 2006, Falcon 9 in 2010, and Falcon Heavy in 2018.

Musk bought James Bond's exemplary submarine vehicle at a London sell off in 2013. "The Covert operative Who Adored Me" was purportedly bought for $968,000 by the SpaceX Chief.

Musk and his flat mate Andeo Ressi leased an enormous house and changed over it into a club while still understudies at the College of Pennsylvania to pay lease

As indicated by Vogue, the club could hold up to 1,000 individuals, so it was anything but a little arrangement. "A few evenings, I'd be like, 'Where's Elon?'

what's more, I'd go up to his room and pound on the entryway, and he'd be in there alone playing a computer game," Ressi told Vogue.

At SpaceX central command, Elon Musk runs a school called Promotion Astra, Musk's youngsters, as well as the offspring of some SpaceX workers, go to the school.

Musk was granted the FAI Gold Space Award in 2010 for planning the principal secretly created rocket to arrive at circle by the League Aronautique Internationale.

Musk is known as a thrillionaire, a cutting edge business person who needs to make sci-fi a reality.

X.com, which later became Paypal was the wellspring of Musk's underlying fortune. Musk helped to establish X.com in 1999 which was subsequently bought by eBay for $1.5 billion

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