NASA’s Mars Exploration Program

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Remember last year? Yes, 2018 was filled with many triumphs. Including one by NASA! On November 26, 2018, NASA landed a probe and a mole (yes a mole, get over it) onto the Martian surface. Now, you may be asking, “What in the world is NASA going to do with a fat mole on Mars?” Well, this mole will test human survival on the rough terrain and weather on Mars. All this research is for one goal and one goal only, humans landing on Mars...

Space exploration has kinda sorta been in a halt lately, and even though you may think that NASA is taking the laziest break possible, they are not. In fact, they are working as hard as they can to get humans to Mars by 2030! Yes! 10 years from now, there will most likely be humans on Mars! The rocket that will be taking the astronauts to Mars will be docked onto the ISS (otherwise known as the International Space Station). The astronauts will take the routine Soyuz rocket ( or a new, better rocket) to the ISS, and then board the SLS, a new, epic, totally cool rocket that’s bigger than the Statue of Liberty. This rocket will take them on their 6 month trip to Mars.

The entire purpose of this long trip is to create a human colony on Mars “for further research.” The unofficial reason is that if we are screwed on Earth, we can move to Mars, although this is not proven, many people (like my dad) think so. When we create a colony on the moon, a second wave of astronauts will come in about 2 years. This second wave will expand the base and maybe, just maybe, release a new rover on the moon. This is just a rumor, bit it is very possible, as NASA loves rovers.

Mars will be the “next frontier” in space exploration, and NASA is trying to make it glorious for the human race. This mission will not only change the world, but the human mindset as well. With exploration of Mars is growing at such a high rate, NASA is expected to reach their goal of making it to Mars by 2030. Welcome to the NEW WORLD!!!!


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