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NASA Looking Toward Manned Mission To Mars In The 2030's

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NASA Looking Toward Manned Mission To Mars In The 2030's

NASA Looking Toward Manned Mission To Mars In The 2030's

According to the Huffington Post, NASA Deputy Associate Administrator for Exploration Steve Clarke has announced that the space agency is hoping to get humans to Mars sometime in the 2030s.

According to Clarke, first the agency needs to train and refine techniques for Mars by having humans travel back to the moon in about 10 years.

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