This Sunday, after a 10-month and 442-million-mile journey, a NASA spacecraft built in Littleton and led by a team at the University of Colorado will enter Mars’ orbit and start studying the Red Planet’s atmosphere.
Mars, get ready for another visitor or two. This weekend, NASA’s Maven spacecraft will reach the red planet following a 10-month journey spanning 442 million miles.
They’re calling it the next giant leap for mankind — putting people on the surface of Mars. It may seem like science fiction, but for a Netherlands nonprofit, it’s fact.
NASA’s Maven robotic explorer is headed for Mars with scientists and engineers at the University of Colorado leading the mission.
NASA’s newest robotic explorer, Maven, rocketed toward Mars on Monday on a quest to unravel the ancient mystery of the red planet’s radical climate change in an effort led by the University of Colorado Boulder.
The robotic explorer called Maven is due to blast off Monday on a 10-month journey to the red planet.
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The next mission to Mars is ready for launch, and the spacecraft was built in Colorado.
NASA deputy administrator Lori Garver is coming to Colorado to view the next spacecraft to launch to Mars.
Lockheed Martin in Jefferson County is hard at work on the next mission to Mars.