Cedar Falls astronauts talk about preparations to visit Mars

The 1999 Air Force Academy graduate had this to say, according to Iowa Radio: We increased our sample size of people who had been here more than six months, in space. The reason we did that was that we wanted to see — is the progression of human change linear, from month to year when we look at Mars, or is there a chasm? Did something happen in a year? Did something happen at 15 months? We are trying to solve that problem. When we look at the Mars mission, we need to understand it.

A large part of the reason NASA is investigating the question stems from the fact that, until now, it would have taken about six months to arrive on Mars with existing technology. During the selection process for the mission, Chari “called upon academy cadets studying rocketry and astrophysics to look for new ways to propel our spacecraft,” according to the site. He added the following: Looking for a place to stay on your next trip to Galena? Look no further! Here are 10 great Airbnbs you can stay in!

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8 Photos of Northeast Iowa from the International Space Station If we could get there sooner, that would solve the problem. Most of our problems, whether it’s radiation, human psychology, water, consumables, going there and coming back and staying there, it’s all because it takes so long to get there. If we could make a quantum leap in propulsion technology, whether it’s electric, whether it’s nuclear propulsion — accept it politically and socially — I think that would solve a lot of our problems.

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