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Jun 09, 2016 08:28 AM EDT NASA is planning to finally reach Mars in 2030. Space agencies and private companies are also working side by side to create potential habitats and space transport - all for the purpose of exploring the red planet.Read more from Nature World News
Explore Mars with 360-degree image shot by NASA Curiosity Rover https://t.co/GJhgFsanQC #photography— Photojournalism Hub (@photojourn) June 11, 2016
We live in a time where spacecraft zoom around Mars and take breathtaking images. https://t.co/YMLpnlCpuY pic.twitter.com/6NuVh7V4Q0— Planetary Society (@exploreplanets) June 12, 2016
Have you wondered what Mars smells like? Us too! We may now be able to find out: https://t.co/RGZZ5p6fS0 #MarsMonday pic.twitter.com/c7XbgHu7A7— Explore Deep Space (@XploreDeepSpace) June 13, 2016
Looking back, looking forward. I'm leaving Mars' Naukluft Plateau, going higher up Mt Sharp https://t.co/QEXO4LzSZ3 pic.twitter.com/UDQACGfa9S— Curiosity Rover (@MarsCuriosity) June 14, 2016
.@MarsCuriosity executed another drive w/ estimated distance of ~30m on Sol 1371 (June 14) towards SSE (Helgas dune) pic.twitter.com/abM2hEQy1B— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) June 15, 2016
Well that's weird: a crater on Mars that sticks UP instead of down (and it's no illusion). https://t.co/M7NFbPuSGF pic.twitter.com/s3qgVGgpW6— Corey S. Powell (@coreyspowell) June 16, 2016
Curiosity just found evidence of ancient monster volcanoes on Mars. https://t.co/A06Gu8sdjM pic.twitter.com/bXDryvi0dV— Science Channel (@ScienceChannel) June 18, 2016
I confess that I'd forgotten there even was an Indian mission at Mars.
India's @MarsOrbiter is still going strong, returning dazzling global images & movies. https://t.co/51MBL24YFA pic.twitter.com/TJk4O7Itke— Corey S. Powell (@coreyspowell) July 6, 2016
Me too lol. He must be from Boston.