Smoky Mountain Mars probe catastrophe?
Smoky Mountain Mars Probe Launch Successful. The recent Clingmans Dome Mars probe launch heralded a new era of cooperation between the National Park Service, NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), and Space Ex corporation. This daring mission was the first in national park history and was met with mixed reaction from the public. National security concerns prohibited the public from viewing the launch leaving space enthusiasts with many unanswered questions. The probe was the first mission for the Space Ex dragon module. The module will be the latest vehicle to house astronauts on future missions to the Moon and Mars.
“Our new Dragon module has proven to be a complete success so far,” said Space Ex founder Eon Musk. “New technology allows the launch vehicle to land autonomously saving the space program billions of dollars while raising interest in America’s National Parks.“
The Clingmans Dome observation tower was ideally suited for supporting the rocket prior to launch. The structure required slight modifications to the circular access ramp to help control the blast radius of the rocket.
Clingmans Dome Mars probe launch successful!
“Clingmans Dome is the second highest peak in the Eastern Continental United States making it much closer to the Moon and Mars than almost anywhere else on the East coast. It was the perfect choice for the launch,” said park manager G. Howie Lyes. “This partnership is very exciting and we are already planning our next launch at the Washington Monument.”
Congress has appropriated almost two trillion dollars to fund future national park missions raised through national park entry fees. The public has been encouraged to try out for the new astronaut program.
“The more people we can train to be astronauts, the less we have to worry about overcrowding Earth with people,” said NASA administrator B. Last Oph. “We can put an unlimited number of people in space if we need to!”
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