One lakh Indians Registered for Mars Visit
A news and message on the Internet is becoming viral, it has been said that this is the first miracle in NASA‘s history for the first time in 2018. People around the world are excited to go on ‘Red Planet‘ to fly on Mars, 1 lakh 38 thousand 899 people booked flight tickets. All these people have registered themselves under American Space Agency NASA’s Insight Mission (Internal Investigation Seasoning Investments, Geodesy and Heat Transport).
These people have booked tickets to go to the red planet under the NASA InSight mission of American Space Agency. This mission is to be launched in May 2018. NASA has said that those who give their name will be given online boarding passes.
People around the world are excited to go on ‘Red Planet‘. To fly to Mars, 1 lakh 38 thousand 899 people booked flight tickets. All these people have registered themselves under the American Space Agency NASA’s Insight Mission (Internal Exploration Seasoning Investments, Geodesy and Heat Transport).
Silicon chip will be engraved with the help of electron beam. The letters written on the chip will be thinner than the thirteenth part of the hair. After this the chip will be sent to Mars. Indians were ahead of the names of the senders for NASA’s Mars mission. For this mission, NASA has received 24 lakh 29 thousand 807 applications from around the world. According to NASA, India has been ranked number three in the list of names from around the world on Wednesday.
The first place in the list is America. 6,76,773 people from the United States have sent their names for the Mars mission. After this, 2 lakh 62 thousand 752 people of China have registered for the mission. India is at number three.
Space experts say that this is no surprise to keep America in front of the list because this is NASA’s mission. However, he also believed that staying in third place after China was very important. According to experts, there are two main reasons to stay in India’s third position. From the Mangalyaan mission of the first India, there is an enthusiasm and interest to the citizens of the country, the second reason is the growing cooperation between India and America in the space sector.
NASA’s Jet Plane Pasteon Laboratory (JPL) told our colleague ‘The Times of India’ that the last date for registration was during the past week and now no new name will be accepted. The mission of NASA will land on Mars on November 26, 2018. This is a 720-day mission, studying earthquakes on Mars and finding the inner condition of the planet.