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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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Stepping Stone

The International Space Station (ISS) remains humanity's only ongoing outpost beyond Earth. It continues to serve as a platform to conduct experiments and develop technology to enhance space exploration. Construction of the ISS began in 1998. Current plans call for it to be maintained through 2024.


(Image: NASA)

Stepping Stone

The International Space Station (ISS) remains humanity's only ongoing outpost beyond Earth. It continues to serve as a platform to conduct experiments and develop technology to enhance space exploration. Construction of the ISS began in 1998. Current plans call for it to be maintained through 2024.

(Image: NASA)

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