NASA’s new rover preparing for 334 trillion year mission to terraform Mars

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Date: November 20th, 2017

Category: Nutty News

roverNASA’s yet unnamed sequel to the Curiosity rover has potentially quite a long mission ahead of it.

In addition to searching for signs of life, collecting geological samples, and analyzing past climates, beginning in 2021 the rover will attempt to produce oxygen from the CO2-rich martian atmosphere.

Being able to produce oxygen for breathing and rocket fuel right there on the Martian surface is absolutely critical for human exploration of the Red Planet.

At least if we want people to survive on the surface beyond just a few days.  More



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