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The first living things to orbit the moon weren’t humans, but tortoises. In September of 1968, the Soviet Union launched a probe into space with a pair of tortoises inside. After a week, they landed back on Earth safely and showed no signs of ailing health.
The next Mars rover is going to be home to numerous ambitious experiments, including one that will see NASA try to produce oxygen on the Red Planet.
If successful, the project could help lead the way for a sustained human presence on Mars, as well as offer astronauts an effective method for producing rocket fuel that could be used for return trips to Earth.
According to the Associated Press, the device would accompany the next rover NASA will use to explore Mars in 2021. Dubbed “MOXIE,” it wouldn’t even create one ounce of oxygen every hour, but a successful operation has big implications for future missions.