Falcon Heavy will launch @psychemission ! The mission, for wh @NASAch requires the highest level of launch vehicle reliability, will study a metal asteroid between Mars and Jupiter to help humanity better understand the formation of our solar system’s planets
Mars Inc. CEO on coronavirus: 'Nobody really knows the ongoing impact' by @MaxZahn_
More intriguing findings from @NASAInSight : Mars is strangely magnetic. Its surface magnetic field is 10x as strong as expected, and the field above the ground pulses enigmatically -- perhaps in rhythm with the Sun.
Scientists & engineers launched “InSight” from Earth (a moving platform) across 300million miles to arrive where Mars (a moving target) will be seven months later, landing safely to do geophysics at the Martian equator. And you have a problem listening to us about climate change?
We are going to the Moon — to stay. We will build sustainable infrastructure to support missions to Mars and beyond. This is what we’re building. This is what we’re training for. We are going. #Moon2024