FourFourtwo: New NASA missions to explore new planetary systems

NASA is planning four more missions to probe planets beyond our solar system, including one to study the atmospheres of icy worlds in the outer Solar System.

The space agency announced on Monday that it has selected the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) mission as its next mission, and it will launch in 2022.

The new mission will focus on the chemistry of the Martian surface, a major source of energy for life on other planets.

“Mars is a key target for NASA because of its rich and varied geological history, abundant resources, and diverse surface chemistry,” said Carolyn Porco, a NASA scientist in charge of MAVEN.

“Mars has many intriguing, life-like conditions, and we can use MAVEN to learn more about those conditions.

It is also a prime target for future missions to Mars because of the vast diversity of the terrain and the variety of geological processes that make up its surface.”

Mars has a surface of rock and ice that is up to 1.5 billion years old.

It was formed from the collision of two smaller bodies of gas.

The collision was about 4 billion years ago.

Mars has been a hot spot for life in the solar system for decades.

But in recent years, scientists have been trying to understand how life began and why it has evolved to include complex and complex systems.

In the early days of Earth, there were simple organisms that survived in harsh conditions, such as the bacteria that lived on a comet or the protozoa that were found on Earth’s surface.

These simple organisms were called microorganisms.

But as the Earth cooled, the environment became more complex and they evolved into complex life.

Microorganisms are often referred to as microorganisms with only a single cell.

The cells were called multicellular organisms.

Multicellular life is the key to understanding how life evolved on Earth, since it is possible that different microorganisms evolved on different planets.

For example, some bacteria have only one cell and are more complex than the other microbes.

On Mars, there is also an abundance of methane and water.

Methane is the main component of water on Earth.

Methanol is a fuel for the combustion of fossil fuels.

The Mars Atmospheres and Volcanoes Protection Study (MAVP) is a program of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, which is based at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California.

MAVP is led by JPL.

The mission will study the chemistry and chemistry history of Mars.

The mission’s primary mission goal is to study Mars’ atmosphere and climate and to study its surface chemistry.

This will include looking for water ice, methane and carbon dioxide, oxygen, carbon monoxide and carbon monkeynuts.

The MAVP will also use a suite of instruments to investigate the chemistry in the atmosphere and determine the composition of the surface.NASA has previously selected the Viking lander for MAVEN, the probe that landed on Mars in 1972.

Mars Pathfinder is currently under development and will be the second mission to the Red Planet.

It will launch on a Falcon Heavy rocket in 2024.

NASA has previously said that the lander would have to make a journey of about a million kilometers before it reached Mars.