Mars Mission Briefed on This Week @NASA

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During a news briefing at NASA headquarters officials and scientists discussed MAVEN, the agency’s next mission to Mars. Scheduled to launch November 18 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, MAVEN will study the history and change of Mars’ atmosphere, climate, and planetary habitability. Also, Bolden visits Langley, Power Up, Solar Flares, A busy time!, Free flight and Ice Flight!

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  1. The secret government has 17 bases on Mars. Seems they are searching for a way to bring that to the public. Read channelings, there they explain all that is happening. And shut down NASA and give the homeless the money. Save lifes and avoid corrupt people continuing on their dark path.

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