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Get Your Name on Mars

12 Oct 2017, 14:14 UTC
Get Your Name on Mars
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It is the last couple of weeks for you to put your name aboard the InSight lander to be launched in November of 2018.
If you have not done so, NASA has added a second microchip so there are MORE spots available for your name. Signing up is free and simple so click here and join me on the spacecraft! You have until 21 November 2017 to sign up, don’t forget to print out your boarding pass too.
JPL/Andrew Good – “Mars continues to excite space enthusiasts of all ages,” said Bruce Banerdt, the InSight mission’s principal investigator at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. “This opportunity lets them become a part of the spacecraft that will study the inside of the Red Planet.”
This fly-your-name opportunity comes with “frequent flier” points reflecting an individual’s personal participation in NASA’s exploration of Mars. These points span multiple missions and multiple decades. Participants who sent their names on the previous InSight opportunity in 2015 can download a “boarding pass” and see their “frequent flier” miles.
As part of this frequent flier program, a chip carrying the names of 1.38 million people also flew aboard the first flight of NASA’s Orion spacecraft ...

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