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Family Vacation to Mars? Grab Your Boarding Passes With NASA

by | May 27, 2019

Do your kids absolutely love outer space and NASA? Do you want your family to be a part of an important event in science history? Thanks to NASA, you and your family will be able to get to Mars in a… special way in Summer 2020 without having to even leave planet Earth. Want to sign-up for this unusual family vacation? The process only takes about 30-seconds before you and your boarding pass are good to go!

Family Vacation to Mars? Grab Your Boarding Passes With NASA
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Family Vacation to Mars? Grab Your Boarding Passes With NASA

NASA has given an open invitation to the public to fly aboard the new Mars Rover as early as next Summer in a way that will make history. Alright, so technically, you and your loved ones won’t be on the rover physically, but in a different way. Via special chips with everyone’s individual names stenciled in, you can send the name of your kids, friends, and yourself to go on a trip to Mars.

Thomas Zurbuchen, one of the minds working in this campaign, speaks on how NASA wants to share this new rover’s expedition with the public:

As we get ready to launch this historic Mars mission, we want everyone to share in this journey of exploration. It’s an exciting time for NASA, as we embark on this voyage to answer profound questions about our neighboring planet, and even the origins of life itself.

Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator fo NASA’s SMD in Washington

Between now and September 30th of this year, you can add your family’s name the the list of “travelers” going to Mars with NASA and in return, you’ll digitally receive your very own souvenir boarding pass. Even Raise Vegan added our name to go to Mars! (Click here to sign-up and generate your very own boarding pass)

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Family Vacation to Mars? Grab Your Boarding Passes With NASA

The new Mars Rover that is set to launch in July 2020 if all goes well, would be expected to land on Mars in February 2012, 11 months later. The mission of the rover, according to NASA, is to “search for signs of past microbial life, characterize the planet’s climate and geology, collect samples for a future return to Earth, and pave the way for human exploration of the Red Planet.”

Will you be adding yours and your family’s names to the list of “passengers” to Mars with NASA? Are you excited about this ‘family vacation’? Let me know in the comments below.

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Gabriella Anaya

News Editor | Limoges, France | [email protected]

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