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NASA's Mars Journey: Next Steps For Mankind

Sometime in the 2030s, NASA wants to land astronauts on Mars. Here's a look at what it will take to get us there.
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NASA is developing the Space Launch System, a heavy-lift rocket, to carry astronauts into space in the Orion launch and reentry vehicle. Orion was first tested in space, without a crew, in December 2014.

(Image: NASA)

Rocket Science

NASA is developing the Space Launch System, a heavy-lift rocket, to carry astronauts into space in the Orion launch and reentry vehicle. Orion was first tested in space, without a crew, in December 2014.

(Image: NASA)

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