What would be the first words on Mars?

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What would be the first words on Mars?

“If I were to be the first to set foot on Mars, I think I’d have to go back to the Roman mythology and Mars was the god of war and I’d say ‘We as a race step foot on this planet in peace not war’.” Mystery still surrounds when and where Armstrong’s first words were crafted.

Who is the first person to step on Mars?

The first to contact the surface were two Soviet probes: Mars 2 lander on November 27 and Mars 3 lander on December 2, 1971—Mars 2 failed during descent and Mars 3 about twenty seconds after the first Martian soft landing. Mars 6 failed during descent but did return some corrupted atmospheric data in 1974.

Who put foot on Mars?

The first person to set foot on Mars is likely to be a woman, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has said. While Bridenstine did not identify a specific person, he said that women are at the forefront of the US space agency’s upcoming plans.

Who was the first man to be on Mars?

Astronaut Eli Cologne became the first man on Mars, but something went horribly wrong. Infected by an alien organism, he returned to Earth a savage monster with an unquenchable thirst for human flesh.

Who was the first woman on Mars?

The First Woman on Mars by John Minichillo. The First Woman on Mars. In the briefing room, where there was a Thermos of coffee, a box of donuts, and a basket of fruit, Peg took a tube of lemon meringue pie from the thigh pocket of her Air Force issue fatigue pants and she squeezed pie into her mouth as they sat together at the conference table.

Who was the first person to steep on Mars?

In 2003 billionaire astronaut Eli Cologne began his journey through space to become the first man on Mars, but something went horribly wrong.. Infected by an alien organism on the red planet, he returned to Earth a crazed, savage monster with an unquenchable thirst for human flesh.

Who’s first to Mars?

Starting in 1960, the Soviets launched a series of probes to Mars including the first intended flybys and hard (impact) landing (Mars 1962B). The first successful flyby of Mars was on 14-15 July 1965, by NASA’s Mariner 4.

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