• NASA has recognized the impossibility of the deadline to send astronauts to Mars

  • NASA admitted that when the available funding will not be able in 2030-ies to send astronauts to Mars. This publication reports Ars Technica.

    "I can't name the date when people will be on Mars, and the reason for this — the budget, the part that is increased by about two percent, we have no surface systems of Mars, — said the head of NASA for manned flights bill Gerstenmaier at a meeting organized by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. — The entrance [into the atmosphere of Mars], the descent and landing — a huge challenge for us on Mars".

    The head admitted that NASA might want to concentrate on missions to the moon, especially to those regions where there is water ice. Ars Technica notes that the way for the Agency may be expanding the collaboration with private companies such as SpaceX, Blue Origin and United Launch Alliance.

    "We will return to the moon, we will go to Mars and move on, where our grandchildren will lead the dream," said July 6, 2017 Vice-President Michael Pence, as reported TASS, addressing the staff space flight Center Kennedy at the launch site at Cape Canaveral.

    In October 2015, has served as the head of the U.S. space Agency, Charles Bolden said, "NASA is the closest to sending American astronauts to Mars than ever before. (...) NASA sends our nation and the world in a journey to Mars".


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