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NASA Timeline/Budget

There are many challenges of engineering. In the American economy, there is nearly a ten percent unemployment rate. Jobs need to be created in order for the United States to prosper, put people back to work, and still keep the dream alive. With the goals in mind, college graduate students will have an opportunity to design and work on a program that has a remarkable history of development in the space adventure and a good record worth putting those goals in place. With our past fading and a need for new development, new jobs, new ideas, and adventures that pay off, NASA is a program not to be ignored. NASA will have the authority to proceed with a robotics mission to Mars. This phase will consist of a timeline and a budget for the rover.
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Transcripts - NASA Timeline/Budget

  • 1. There are many challenges of engineering. In the American economy, there is nearly a ten percent unemployment rate. Jobs need to be created in order for the United States to prosper, put people back to work, and still keep the dream alive. With the goals in mind, college graduate students will have an opportunity to design and work on a program that has a remarkable history of development in the space adventure and a good record worth putting those goals in place. With our past fading and a need for new development, new jobs, new ideas, and adventures that pay off, NASA is a program not to be ignored. NASA will have the authority to proceed with a robotics mission to Mars. This phase will consist of a timeline and a budget for the rover. Private industry, government, and NASA are all going to have to pitch in and become a joint venture in order to make this succeed for everybody. This could establish jobs for all levels of people such as office workers, builders, all kinds of development jobs, and set goals for the generations to come with jobs to help them get there. Stimulus money would be better spent on a job that has a future. Investors would be interested in a project with this much interest in new goals. This country could lead again and manufacture products without having to go overseas and attain them, but we could still work with the world’s various nations for the future for us all. There is no telling what will be found until we get there. The world population will benefit from this by all of us working together towards success for a common goal. We will have prosperous countries and maybe not spend too much money on wars, and instead spend the money on outer space development. It is possible because we know that. Funding is no easy matter. By involving the world in contributions in jobs for them, promoting parts or other materials needed for the project, and the intelligence, just as we do here, we could fund this program and accomplish this as a world instead of an individual nation. Let the money be spent on building up the world programs of developing space instead of spending multi-trillions on fighting wars and settling disagreements. The excitement of discovery and accomplishment between all nations and space could be the answer to success in the space program as well as the rest of the world economy. A lack of wars and a lack of fighting between ourselves could establish a fund for sending a rover to Mars and potentially build a future world in outer space. A timeline is important for this mission because it will help us stay organized in leaving the earth, arriving on Mars, staying on Mars, departing from Mars, and arriving back on the earth. Engineers and scientists will have the duty of building the rover over a three year period starting as soon as possible. Landing a rover on Mars is like a quarterback leading his receiver in order to make the catch. This would be a perfect time to launch the rover from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida on a day in October 2013. Once the rover is launched, it will have to travel for six months to arrive on a flat Martian surface on a day in April 2014. It will take 206 million kilometers to first get to Mars. This would take a long time, but it is worth it in the long run. The rover will stay on Mars for about twenty earth months. While it is there, the rover will collect rocks in order to analyze the soil contents back on earth, attempt to find suitable habitats around the environment for life including water, and check the atmospheric conditions while studying the chemical makeup of the planet in order to terraform Mars at a future date. The rover will leave Mars on a day in January 2016 because Earth and Mars are
  • 2. close to each other at that time. It will travel for 80 million kilometers before arriving on Earth on a day in June 2016. Scientists will then gather information, analyze the rocks, while studying the Martian weather, atmosphere, soil, and chemistry. With the help of a joint venture between NASA and private industries such as the Department of Energy (DOE), the world will soon become more prosperous, peaceful, and less disagreeable. The money will be spent on developing a robotic rover instead of spending the trillions of dollars on wars while putting our country in a debt. The space program will be a good opportunity for putting all people to work, creating harmony, and protecting the dreams of our continuing generations world-wide. SOURCES https://www.msu.edu/~russellr/portfolio/mars_cdrom/orbits.html http://spacescience.nasa.gov/admin/divisions/sz/SEUS0310/Hertz_JDEM.pdf http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~mfogg/zubrin.htm

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