NASA has touched new heights in 2014 and they say it doesn’t stops here


2014 has been one hell of a year for NASA. The agency has brought up monumental leaps in terms of its plans to reach Mars as well as the development of innovative technologies and scientific discoveries that would also help in propelling the agency into a new era of Space exploration.

Charles Bolden, one of NASA’s administrators has said that the agency is highly committed towards the success of the Mars mission. And the agency has made lots of progress in order to gear up for the next generation of space travel.

He said: “We have made progress by leaps and bounds this year in regard of the journey to Mars. We have also issued contracts to those private American companies who would be able to return human space flights back onto our soil. We have also actively advanced our space technology systems part of which is our state of the art Orion space craft. The space craft successfully completed its first test flight this year and would be able to carry our astronauts into deeper space. We have also made tremendous progress in a bid to create greener and quieter airplanes that would ensure air travel becomes more efficient. We have also enhanced our knowledge of the Earth as well as those prevailing in our solar system and beyond.”

“The next big thing that we have planned is taking humans to Mars. We are also looking to capture an asteroid and bring it in the Moon’s orbit, so that we could send in researchers via Orion on it to collect samples. The coming decade would present exciting opportunities for space related activities.”

About Marlene R. Litten

Marlene has always been a journalist at heart, though her wordsmithing capabilities helped her contribute to a multitude of blogs before finally settling for the online press. She strongly advocates for those treated unjustly and likes to cover US and World news.
  • PhaneronSeed

    I couldn’t stops laughing at this headline.

    • KU37

      These guys are really pushing the envelope with hate-read faux news. Why does the NASA administrator speak like a student who’s trying to use as many words as possible to complete an assignment?

  • Louis_Hooffstetter

    “2014 has been one hell of a year for NASA”

    You can say that again – NASA spent over a BILLION dollars on “climate change studies” that completely ignored empirical data and instead produced fraudulent temperature data sets and more failed climate models. How much progress on our mission to Mars did we lose by squandering a BILLION dollars? No more NASA funds for climate fraud.

  • Trojan17

    1) Final editing… 2) An article about NASA, but the photo used is from the EU space agency… LOL!