NASA Refines Its Strategy for Getting Humans to Mars

A revised list of planning objectives details a strategy for accomplishing this daunting feat. The document, released Tuesday, serves as a blueprint for how we’ll eventually send humans to Mars. NASA has chosen to employ a “Moon to Mars” strategy, in which the space agency will acquire the technology and skills needed work on the Moon, and then use those learnings to mount a crewed mission to Mars, tentatively scheduled for the late 2030s or early 2040s. The revised strategy remains closely aligned with NASA’s Artemis program, which seeks to return humans to the Moon.

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