Tonight, Elon Musk will take to the stage at the International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia to address attendees. Once he does, people around the world will be able to see what he has to say via the livestream below.
Earlier this week, Musk teased "major improvements" and "unexpected applications" for SpaceX's Interplanetary Transport System (ITS). He first unveiled the project at the 2016 edition of the conference, so it's quite fitting that he'll be issuing an update at the same event.
The ITS will apparently be capable of carrying around 100 people per flight, and is set to be the most powerful rocket ever to launch. It's a key component of SpaceX's long-term goal of establishing a permanent human presence on Mars — especially now that the Red Dragon spacecraft has apparently been put on the back-burner, according to recent comments from NASA's head of planetary science, Jim Green.
On Tuesday, Musk took to Twitter to share that he would be giving a detailed description of a planetary colonizer device during his presentation. It's expected that his address will begin at 12.30 AM (EST) on September 29.