The Path to Mars: Boeing Leading Charge in Deep Space Mission

NASA is setting its eyes on the exploration of Mars, an over two year-long journey that will make history. Today's children will be the first explorers of our neighboring planet with help from Boeing. The current development of Boeing's advanced module technology will make possible a safe excursion for astronauts to Mars to discover ground humans have yet to see.


It's electric! @Astro_Cady & @Astro_Pettit discuss electrifying @Space_Station experiments: [video] @ISS_Research - @NASA

Gecko Grippers: We're working on adhesive gripping tools inspired by how geckos cling. - @NASA

Tethys the Spy: Saturn's moon Tethys peeks out from behind Rhea in this @CassiniSaturn pic: - @NASA

Since the 1939 ground breaking of Ames' lab, @NASAAmes also broke ground on many fronts: - @NASA

Today marks @NASAAmes's 75th Anniversary. This 1943 pic shows construction of a wind tunnel: - @NASA

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