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Nasa Announce to send a Women on Mars | Alyssa Carson is scheduled to travel on the Mars

Who would be the first person on Mars? NASA says a woman "Alyssa Carson"

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Alyssa Carson is scheduled to travel in 2033 on the first manned mission to the red planet

This 17-year-old could be the first person on Mars, and the first teenager to go to space

The first person on Mars 'should be a woman:

The 17-year-old from Hammond, Louisiana, USA, is NASA’s youngest astronaut and is set to be the first human to land on Mars. The mission is scheduled for 2033, which means Carson will be 32 by then, and is slated to last two or three years.

Carson is already in training for the mission, though she can’t officially be a NASA astronaut until she’s 18. She does, however, have a codename: Blueberry.

The first person on Mars is 'likely to be a woman', NASA Administrator Jim
Bridenstine has said.
"It's likely to be a woman, the first next person on the Moon. It's also true that the first person on Mars is likely to be a woman.

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On October 8, 2015, NASA published its strategy for human exploration and colonization of Mars. ... In November 2015, Administrator Bolden of NASA reaffirmed the goal of sending humans to Mars. He laid out 2030 as the date of a crewed surface landing, and noted that planned 2020 Mars rover would support the human mission.

Carson spent her entire childhood going through NASA’s United State Space Camps, visiting each one of NASA’s visitor centres and all things space. She told Teen Vogue in an interview, “I did the same thing as other kids, like switching my mind about careers, wanting to be a teacher or the president one day. But the way I always thought about it was I would become an astronaut, go to Mars, come back, and then be a teacher or the president.”

She is currently undergoing preliminary astronaut training under NASA’s Polar Orbital Science in the Upper Mesosphere project and other similar programmes, which includes zero-gravity training, underwater survival training and more.

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