NASA to deploy flying saucer shaped spacecraft for Mars


This is going to change the shape of the spaceships completely. NASA flying saucer shaped spacecraft for Mars in 2018
We thought that they were means of transportation of those aliens that had eluded us for decades. To be fair we associated saucer type spaceships with aliens and called them Unidentified Flying Objects or UFO.


But now it seems that NASA is developing its own saucer shaped spaceships to send to other planets in the coming years. So the next time if you witness a saucer flying overhead, don’t panic or try to take its photographs. It may have nothing to do with aliens and so there is no point being enthusiastic.

e whole concept of UFOs will come to an end as people will no longer be interested in trying to take photos of these flying saucers or talk about their origins as they use to do now. The UFO photos will no longer go viral as the suspense will be gone.


But while the world talks about the new concept of NASA spaceships many people will now start claiming that the saucers that were witnessed all these years and were thought to be alien spaceships were actually operated by NASA.



Latest reports suggest that the new plan to develop saucer shaped spaceship has been approved. This one is real and space agency has worked for years in building it. The rocket-powered vehicle will be used in allowing big payloads to be safely landed on the red planet. Besides, it will also be used on other planetary bodies with atmospheres. How important it is can be fathomed form the fact that many astronomers and scientists have termed the project to usher a new era of Mars landings. Preparations at the U.S. Navy’s Pacific Missile Range Facility on Kauai, Hawaii, are in full swing as the historic project it to take off from here using the Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD).


Reports suggest that the project is at an advanced stage and things may take shape pretty soon. Reports suggest that in the year 2014 itself the world’s top space agency will use Jet Propulsion Laboratory to deploy a balloon for launching a test vehicle up to an altitude of 120,000 feet (36.5 kilometers) above Hawaii. Reports suggest that this vehicle will then use rocket to reach supersonic speeds and raise its altitude yet further to 180,000 feet. Later the vehicle will begin its free fall back to earth.
A report while talking about the whole experiment has this to say, “as the capsule passes Mach 3.5 (2,600 mph), the LDSD will kick into action, sprouting a Supersonic Inflatable Aerodynamic Decelerator (SIAD) from the craft and filling it with pressurized air. With the SIAD fully inflated, the spacecraft looks awfully like a flying saucer. The SIAD slows the craft down to around Mach 2, whereupon a massive 30-meter-diameter parachute will then be used to bring speeds down to subsonic landing speeds”. So this is how the project is going to develop in the coming days.



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