What are the important aims of the Mars 2020 mission?

NASA's Mars 2020 rover can carry your name! you can apply. NASA's next rover mission to...

 the Red Planet can get a souvenir boarding pass and their. science story NASA Mars 2020 rover name boarding pass 

Nobody wants to send his name to Mars on NASA's next Rover mission, but they can get through.

 the souvenir boarding and they can be dug at microchips to be pasted by the rover.

Although it will be years before the first human is installed on Mars, NASA is inviting the public to send its name to the Red Planet in 2020 to board NASA's Mars 2020 Rover.

NASA said in a statement on Tuesday, Souvenir Boarding will show the names submitted by people who will be on Microchips riding on Mars 2020 rover.

Those who want to send their name to Mars on NASA's next Rover mission for the Red Planet.

 can get souvenir boarding passes and their name can be dug at microchips to be pasted by the rover.

The last date for submitting your name is September 30.

Here is a straight 'link' to add to your name list and to get Mars to receive a souvenir boarding pass. more information

NASA's Mars 2020 Rover - launch date

The rover is planned to be launched by July 2020, in February 2021 Mars is expected to touch the space shuttle.

NASA believes the spacecraft rover will be launched by 2021, which is fully planned,

 Featuring the climate and geology of the planet, 1,000 kilograms rover of the future returns to Earth.


will collect samples for discovering signs of previous microbial life and pave the way for the red planet's human investigation. So that mankind can live NASA is ready to launch the historic "Mars" Red Planet Mission Rover, we want everyone to share in this journey of exploration,

 "Thomas, Associate Administrator of NASA's Science Mission Directorate (SMD) in Washington, DC Zurbuchen said NASA's Mars 2020 Rover - will be launched.

Thomas Zürbchen says. Laboratory (JPL), the use of an electron beam,.
NASA's Jet Propulsion will be presented on a silicon chip in Pasadena, California, to stencil names.

 In that size, more than one lakh names can be written on a single dime-size chip.
 Which will be on the lines of small text from a thousandth of the width of a human hair (75 nanometers)

The landing site in Jezero Crater provides geologically rich lands, where.

 the terrain is 3.6 billion years old, which could potentially answer important questions in planetary development and astronomy,

 "Associate of NASA's Science Mission Directorate Administrator Thomas Zürbachen said. 

" Samples of this unique area will revolutionize how we think about Mars and the ability to disturb life. "more information.- (send your name with Artemis )
The flight paves the way toward landing the first woman and the first person of color on the Moon! Artemis I will be the first uncrewed flight test of the Space Launch System rocket and the Orion spacecraft.

We’ve finished collecting names for Artemis! I am working on loading them onto the Orion spacecraft! If you’ve submitted your name, it is included on a flash drive that will fly aboard Orion on Artemis I later this year.

 Know more about the ancient river delta here. NASA picked the stunning 45 km-wide Jeze to Crater for its Mars landing site in 2020. and Visit the Artemis Website for updates and stay tuned for the launch of the mission, or sign up for the newsletter to receive NASA updates in your inbox.

Mars 2020 landing timeline: From 12,500 mph to wheels down

which is where its heat shield comes into play now just under 400 miles from the landing site at Jezero Crater, the spacecraft carrying the rover will enter the Martian atmosphere, causing it to slow down but heat up. 

time 3:49 p.m. Guidance with the help of thrusters

it is on course as it hits pockets of air, Traveling at 11,988 mph coming down through, the spacecraft will use its thrusters to keep the Martian atmosphere, potentially throwing it off course.

time 3:50 p.m. Alignment

 the autonomous entry system will correct any remaining alignment errors, Just under five minutes to touchdown.

time 3:52 Straighten up and fly right

 the spacecraft is now down to 1,068 mph that’s NASA’s term for this next phase as It will eject six more balance masses approximately 13 miles from the landing site.

time 3:52 p.m. Parachute deploy

the spacecraft’s 70-foot diameter parachute deploys lot happens in the next three minutes to slow down for landing First up,  while still traveling almost twice the speed of sound.

the spacecraft is still going more than 160 miles per hour as NASA Mars 2020 entry, descent, in fact, landing lead Allen Chen explained on Jan. 27, “the parachute alone isn’t, in fact, enough to slow down Perseverance for landing. more information

Objectives - NASA's Mars Exploration Program

Goal 1: Characterize the Climate of Mars

NASA's goals and objectives Past Martian climate conditions are a focus of the Perseverance rover mission. habitable environments where microbial life could have existed in the past, The rover's instruments are looking for evidence of ancient.

Goal 2: Determine whether life ever existed on Mars

habitable environments the mission of the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover focuses on surface-based. seeking preserved signs of biosignatures in rock samples that formed in ancient.  studies of the Martian environment, martian environments with conditions that might have been favorable to microbial life.

Earlier rovers first focused on: and confirmed that Mars once had habitable conditions: It is the first rover mission designed to seek signs of past microbial life.