NASA Getting Closer To Mars, Only 97 Days To Go
NASA’s Curiosity rover is now getting much closer to Mars as they say it will reach Mars within less than 100 days. NASA spent over a decade in developing the Curiosity rover to sent it on the hunt for evidence to prove if there was once life on Mars. Curiosity rover is said to be the world’s largest extraterrestrial explorer. It weighs about a ton and will have traveled 354 million miles over the course of 8 1/2 months after making the land on Mars. If successful, this mission will finally give us proof if there was really Aliens around Mars. Well, only if the government release the true evidence, of course.
“Mars really is the Bermuda Triangle of the solar system, it’s the death planet, and the United States of America is the only nation in the world that has ever landed and driven robotic explorers on the surface of Mars. And now we’re set to do it again.” NASA‘s Colleen Hartman, assistant associate administrator for science, told the Associated Press
[Via: Less than 100 days before Curiosity touches down on Mars, NASA says Fox News]
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