It’s the next step in the quest to get people to the stars, but even if they are willing to invest thousands, thousands of dollars, and the equivalent of a new house, the challenge to get astronauts to Mars is still formidable.
NASA wants to do just that.
In the coming years, NASA is going to launch its first mission to Mars, using the Space Launch System, or SLS, a rocket developed in the 1960s and 1970s, with a crew of five.
The rocket is capable of sending a payload to the planet’s surface in the same way that humans have landed on the moon.
It will use a combination of rockets, capsules and a transporter-erector (TEL) to carry people to and from the planet.NASA officials have repeatedly said that they want to send people to Mars in the next decade.
The agency has even announced plans to build a permanent settlement on Mars.
But the cost of this mission is enormous.
NASA estimates it will cost more than $2 billion to send a crew to Mars.
And there are many other hurdles to overcome before this mission becomes a reality.
One of those hurdles is getting astronauts to the surface.
The Space Launch Systems will have to launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, and take off and land on a runway on a remote ocean platform called Cape Canaveral Dry Lake.
This is where NASA has to find an ocean to launch astronauts to.
The launch site has been under development for years, but it has been plagued by environmental concerns and cost overruns.
But now that it is finally ready, NASA officials say that the agency will use the space station to launch the spacecraft and launch the astronauts to orbit.
NASA is also looking for a site that will be accessible to the public.
The other major challenge is getting people to a place where they will be able to stay warm, dry and comfortable.
In the summertime, temperatures can reach 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
The temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere can drop as low as -60 degrees Fahrenheit, according to NASA.
This can make it difficult for astronauts to stay in good health.
This could also cause other problems.NASA is looking to get its astronauts to a site where the climate will be conducive to staying warm.
NASA officials want to land the astronauts on a site in the Mojave Desert, where the average summer temperature is just 45 degrees Fahrenheit or -3 degrees Celsius.
It’s an ideal place for people to stay as long as possible.
This will be a place that is very similar to the Martian desert, which is what the astronauts will be landing on, said Bill Gerstenmaier, NASA’s associate administrator for human exploration and operations.
The first crew to set foot on Mars, the Mars 2020 rover, is set to land in 2018.
That mission will use NASA’s robotic rovers Curiosity and Opportunity, as well as the lander Endeavour.
NASA has also been working on a new lander called Spirit that will land on Mars in 2020.NASA has been developing a new robotic lander, called Mars Odyssey, to land on the Red Planet in 2021.
The spacecraft will have a diameter of around 20 meters, and will be equipped with a thermal imaging camera, a camera to study rocks and soil samples, and a small, lightweight rover to collect samples for science.NASA wants to have a robotic landers on Mars by 2022.
And that rover, dubbed the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL), is set for launch in 2021 or 2022.
MSL will be the first rover to visit Mars and its surface, and its goal is to take a sample to a Martian mineralogy lab and analyze it.
MSH has a diameter roughly 30 meters, which makes it a bit smaller than the landers, and it will be launching with a payload of three people.
The rover is also equipped with two instruments that will perform experiments in the Mars atmosphere and send back data back to Earth.
NASA hopes to use this instrument to learn more about the Martian atmosphere and how it has changed over time.
The next rover, named MAVEN, is a bit more ambitious than the MSL.
MAVEN will be NASA’s fifth rover, and is intended to explore Mars by 2020.
It is designed to explore several areas of Mars, including the Red and Yellow Segments of the planet and the Yellow Crater.
It has a length of more than 30 meters.
It also will carry a robotic arm to sample samples and collect samples from the Martian surface.
It has a smaller diameter than the previous two rovers, which are planned to be launched in 2024 and 2025.
NASA intends to send the Mars rover to Mars for three years, while MAVEN and its crew will spend the rest of their lives in orbit.
But both rovers have a significant cost.NASA says that the mission cost is about $100 million, which includes everything from the landings to the spacecraft, instruments, and rovers.
The first $100,000 will go to the space agency to cover the cost for launching and operating the