The story of the last girl who survived the journey to the Red Planet.
By News24 staff Last year, Nasa’s landing site for the Red Mars rover, called Lander One, was on the edge of a riverbed in Mars’ Gale Crater.
It was supposed to take four years to complete the journey.
But the agency managed to get the craft to Mars in just two years.
In the end, only five women made the journey, which was one of the longest in history.
NASA scientists have been working for the last six months to re-create the landing site and bring it back to life.
A lot of the effort was put into getting the terrain ready for the rover, which would be sent to Mars as part of the $US300 million Mars 2020 rover.
The team started working in earnest on the landing zone in June.
There were more than a hundred engineers and scientists involved in the project.
They were working on a variety of elements, including the construction of the landing platform, the rover itself, the habitat for the astronauts, and the robot arm to take the spacecraft down to the Martian surface.
But the biggest challenge was finding a way to get out of the valley before the ground began to shake.
Nasa scientists used a laser to try to melt away the rocks.
Then they built a tunnel to get through.
Once they were inside, the team used a crane to pull the rover out.
As they were pulling out, they found that they could not get any further.
So the team turned to their partners at Nasa’s Ames Research Center, and asked them to help.
“There are a lot of people that have worked for NASA in the past, and we’re grateful to them for their help,” said the team leader, Mark Rosekind, from Ames.
At the same time, they were hoping to do a little bit of science on the surface.
NASA had a rover on Mars called Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which had been sent to the planet to do some scientific studies.
When it landed, it was supposed, to return to Earth, and study the Martian environment.
However, it turned out that the rover had malfunctioned, so NASA had to send a second one.
Now the team is trying to return the rover to Mars.
Rosekind said the landers had a lot to learn.
He said it was an important mission for the agency to continue.
Read more about the Mars 2020 mission here: In a statement, NASA said the mission would be the first to return humans to the surface of Mars.
“This mission is going to be the most challenging mission NASA has ever attempted.
We’re going to use this experience to develop capabilities and technologies to support a long-term manned mission to Mars,” it said.”
The success of this mission will serve as a lesson to the entire space agency, and ultimately to the rest of the world.”
Read more: The mission to the landing place was scheduled to begin in September, but has been delayed.
This year, the Red planet was on course to be covered in snow.
To get the rover into the atmosphere, the lander had to descend to about 3,000 metres below the surface, a feat that takes longer than it used to.
And as the land vehicle neared the Martian equator, the vehicle needed to break through the thin Martian atmosphere.
That process took two months, and after the land was in the Martian atmosphere, it had to break apart to land.
Mars 2020 is scheduled to be launched on July 8, 2021.