Although you are far away from space, but I am trying to bring you closer

Recently, the clever ghost NASA (the National Aeronautics and Space Administration) has “getting involved” again. After 2015, 2017 and 2018, NASA recently opened the registration channel of “free passenger list” to the global public again, and this time the destination is Mars.

On the surface, the 61-year-old NASA is a rigorous scientific research organization, but behind it is a romantic “old man”. In 2019, it is determined to carry out the romance!

As an ordinary citizen, it may take many years to truly embark on an extraterrestrial planet, but NASA thought of a romantic way-to bring your name into space.

This “Mars Travel Plan” invites everyone to enter their name into the chip of the “Mars2020” rover and follow it to the Jezero crater on Mars in July 2020. At present, more than 5 million people have registered and obtained the exclusive “Mars 2020 boat ticket”.

NASA, the full name of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, began operations in October 1958. For 61 years, in addition to NASA’s continuous research and discovery of the universe, NASA has not forgotten to engage in romantic things.

In May 2018, NASA launched an interactive website called “Exoplanet Tourism Bureau”. “Visitors” can participate in virtual tours of exoplanets through computer desktops, mobile phones and VR devices.

One of the travel destinations-55E Cancer (55 Cancne), is the most recommended. why? According to a research data from Yale University in the United States, the planet may be mainly composed of pure diamonds, and the mass is equivalent to the mass of 3 earths!

It is said that diamonds represent love, and taking you to a planetary tour made of diamonds is like taking you to a diamond palace. Don’t think the diamond on the ring is too small. NASA will give you a diamond planet that will be spread forever. Isn’t it romantic?

Believe it or not, space will speak! Isn’t outer space a vacuum? How can we talk? Not only does NASA tell you that there is sound in outer space, but they also record the sound in space and send it back to Earth. In addition to the Martian “earthquake” live, NASA also launched its own audio album on the Sound Cloud platform, the content is the sound captured by the spacecraft while sailing.

Now these sounds may just be the sounds of astronauts reporting to the ground or planetary earthquakes, but will we catch the sounds of extraterrestrial creatures someday in the future? Will they send a greeting to us living on the earth through these devices?

If you want to travel to Mars, how can you not prepare a residence plan? NASA, romantic and proactive, has already prepared a home for you on Mars.

This “building a home on Mars” plan is actually one of the “Centennial Starships” planned by NASA and DARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency of the US Department of Defense). The plan attempts to allow humans to rush out of the solar system and reach other distant planets within a hundred years.

In order to provide a home for “visitors” traveling to Mars, NASA and DARPA “have thrown” $100,000 (about 700,000 yuan), using 3D printing technology to design a home for “one-way tourists” to Mars.

Think of it this way, NASA’s approach is like a romantic plot in an idol drama. If NASA can speak, it may say: “You are at Mars’ home, I have contracted!”

In addition to engaging in scientific research, it is also keen to share life on major social platforms, with the intention of letting everyone understand it. NASA has opened more than 500 social accounts on at least 14 social platforms and has a total of more than 100 million fans.

Although the distance between you and space is far away, I am trying to make you closer, trying to make you understand the work I love. Isn’t such a NASA romantic?

Don’t believe it, NASA is also a “person” who can send flowers, and the flowers are not ordinary flowers. The flowers are from space.

At the end of 2018, to celebrate the advent of Christmas, NASA showed a space photo taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. In the middle of the photo is a star called RS Puppis, surrounded by a huge and bright cloud of dust. NASA calls this phenomenon “holiday wreath”.

NASA likens this star, 6,500 light-years away from the Earth, and the surrounding dust cloud to a garland of holiday lanterns. This is NASA’s “hard-core romance.”

It’s no wonder that netizens say that science students become romantic, so there is nothing wrong with liberal arts students.