Mars May Be Closer Than You Think: Propelling Humans to the Red Planet

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Some propulsion technologies proposed to take astronauts and future generations of robotic explorers to Mars seem almost science fiction. But that’s hardly the case and advanced propulsion capabilities are under active development in laboratories around the world and are being deployed today.

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