Landers are being used to document the last frontier of space exploration.
The Land Reclamation and Development Authority of the United States and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recently announced a collaboration that aims to map and document ancient, alien worlds that could be habitable.
The mission, called The Landers Project, will be the first in the United Kingdom.
The partnership between the U.K. and NASA will involve more than 30 scientists, engineers and archaeologists, according to NASA.
The project will use a combination of landers and remotely operated vehicles to explore the ancient and potentially habitable worlds in which life may have flourished, said Christopher Hoey, associate director for research at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California.
This is the first time that we’ve been able to see that kind of exploration and we’re looking forward to exploring it more, Hoeys told CNN.
Landers will be launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and be parked in a geologically unstable region on the continental shelf, with the goal of reaching the surface in 2021.
Scientists hope to eventually use the technology to search for habitable planets beyond Earth’s solar system.
NASA’s robotic lander called Opportunity will land in a barren landscape in 2004 and the rover Curiosity will arrive at a rocky outcrop in 2009.
In the coming decades, NASA plans to land land on hundreds of potentially habitable planets.
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and the world in which these lands have been discovered.
He said the discovery of the ancient world in South America is an example of how NASA has “saved the world,” which will be reflected in the mission’s future.
The idea for the landers came about when NASA had a long-term plan for Mars exploration, which involved exploring the red planet for potentially habitable materials.
That mission would also involve exploring the solar system in the hopes of finding life on other planets.
In 2014, the International Astronomical Union, which oversees the International Space Station, approved the plan to send a lander to Mars and a rover to explore possible life in a potentially habitable environment, according an announcement by NASA.
NASA, which has launched two robotic missions to Mars, plans to launch a landership called the Mars Science Laboratory in 2020.
The landers would land on the Red Planet in 2021, then return to Earth to prepare for the mission.
HOEY: What we’ve learned in recent years is that we are getting closer and closer to a habitable planet, he said.
NASA has also developed an algorithm that will determine whether or not a planet is habitable.
If it is, the lander would send back data about how many times it visited that planet.
If not, the rover would return data about the planets environment and possibly even send back images of the planet to Earth.
NASA is also working on a program to send landers to the moon, but this will not be launched until 2022.
“This will be an ongoing mission, and we’ll continue to learn and develop technologies that will help us go to the next level in the quest for habitability,” Hoe said.
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