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17 year old Alyssa Carson all set to be First Human to Step on Mars

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Alyssa Carron is only 17 years old but already well ahead to consummate her ambition of becoming the first human on Mars. Alyssa is being trained by NASA to become an astronaut, as she aims to be on the first human mission to Mars around 2033. As Alyssa is the youngest person to be accepted into this program and definitely she worked hard to earn this spot. She was only 3 years old when she decided to be an astronaut, her father enrolled her in the United States space camp in 2008.

Not even this she is also the first person to visit all 14 NASA visitor centers in the USA, when she was just 15 she was accepted into and then graduate from the advanced PoSSUM Academy, this certification officially allows her to go in the space. And it’s not just high school and astronaut training that she is working on, she is also working on her pilot’s license, underwater survival training, and scuba diving certification. The mission working will last for two-three years and allow the astronauts to find out information about the resources available there.