Do you have your boarding pass to Mars yet?

NASA's offering boarding passes to Mars. Are you ready to sign up?
July, 2020 marks the launch of the next Mars Rover mission.

This mission will address high-priority science goals for Mars exploration, and will hopefully answer key questions about the potential for life on Mars.

The mission will both seek signs of habitable conditions on Mars in the ancient past, as well as search for signs of past microbial life.

More than 5 million people have submitted their names to be included in the next Rover mission. If you're interested in adding yours to the list, go to NASA's landing site to submit your information for review.

You'll get the opportunity to download your very own boarding pass, as well as begin to rack up some serious Frequent Flyer points.

You can also learn more about the goals of the mission, and read the mission overview in some of the links at the top of NASA's page.

Kudos to the space agency's marketing team for a truly engaging way to spread the word about their Mars space exploration plans.


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The Enfield Genesis series visits the binary star systems of Alpha Centauri and Sirius, as well as Tau Ceti, Epsilon Eridani, and the red dwarf of Proxima.

Each of these star systems has been the subject of decades-long study, and there’s a wealth of scientific observation available on them. That data has been woven into each book, as an integral part of the story arc.

You see it in Proxima’s heliospheric current sheet, sweeping through the system like the twirling of a ballerina’s skirts, and in the broad expanse of Tau Ceti’s fifty-plus AU dust belt.

Sirius, the Dog Star we see in our night skies is significantly bigger, badder, and more active than our own Sol. That fact is fundamental to this story, and it allowed me to weave radiation physics into the tale in a meaningful way.

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