Four Volunteers Will Depart for Mars in June 2023 as Part of NASA’s Mission

Illustration of a mission to Mars. Photo: Special

JAKARTA – The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will send four people to live on Mars in June 2023. This mission is part of NASA’s human exploration of Mars.

Reported by the Adda 247 Current Affair page, NASA will also deliver satellites, InSight landers, rover missions with the Perseverance rover, Ingenuity small robotic helicopters, and associated delivery systems.

“These four volunteers are part of a 12-month project to prepare humans to visit Mars,” the page wrote, quoted Saturday (1/4/2023).

Currently, NASA has three missions to Mars. The three missions were to learn more about Earth’s habitat needs. The first mission begins this year, followed by the second and third in 2025 and 2026.

“The 3D-printed habitat includes private crew quarters, a kitchen and designated areas for medical, recreational, fitness, work and plant growing activities, as well as a technical work area and two bathrooms.”


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