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Humans can land on Mars by 2035, NASA chief says
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[quote:Prudent Nomad:MV80MTY5NDQ0Xzc1Nzc5MjcxX0EzRTNGNTg5] [quote:Jake:MV80MTY5NDQ0Xzc1Nzc5MTI5X0QyMDkzN0E3] How do they overcome the effects of zero gravity on pilots over that long of a duration.? [/quote] That was the purpose of the mission by Scott Kelly. Long term exposure to zero gravity on the body. I don't really see it happening by 2035 but I think with time we will figure it out. Certain strength training and drugs, certain clothing and the design of the spaceship itself. Think the Martian with Matt Damon. [/quote]
"NASA chief Jim Bridenstine has doubled down on his claim that the space agency will be able to land humans on Mars in the 2030s, going so far as to say it could even be done by the middle of that decade.
"If we are accelerating the moon landing, we are accelerating the Mars landing," Bridenstine, NASA's Administrator, said during a panel discussion at the International Astronautical Congress, according to Space.com.
"I suggest we can do it by 2035," he added."
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