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  • right now, NASA has or is participating in six active missions to Mars.

    目前,美國宇航局已經或正在參與六項積極的火星任務。

  • It's planning to launch another this summer, and it's looking to hire someone to oversee a new program that's planned for the years ahead.

    它計劃在今年夏天推出另一個,它正在尋找一個人來監督未來幾年計劃的新項目。

  • The Mars sample return mission would have the goal of bringing Martian rock and soil back to Earth, and its director could make up to $188,000 a year.

    火星樣本返回任務的目標是將火星岩石和土壤帶回地球,其主管的年薪可達18.8萬美元。

  • Some scientists are concerned that the budget for that mission could be impacted by the cost of this summer's project.

    一些科學家擔心,該任務的預算可能會受到今夏項目費用的影響。

  • At almost $2.5 billion the Mars 2020 Rover is one of NASA's costliest exploration missions.

    火星2020探測器的價格接近25億美元,是美國宇航局最昂貴的探索任務之一。

  • I'm here inside the clean room at JPL and behind me, arguably the most tricked out vehicle in the solar system, the Mars 2020 Rover.

    我現在是在JPL的潔淨室裡,在我身後,可以說是太陽系中最詭異的飛行器,火星2020號探測器。

  • Among the new features on this rover.

    在這款漫遊車的新功能中。

  • The terrain relative navigation.

    地形相對導航。

  • If you see that sort of red triangle, a camera in there is going to be taking images of Mars as it parachutes down into a crater, and why this is important is this camera is going to match images taken from the orbit, and that way they can make much more daring landing, such as in a crater before they always have the safest bet.

    如果你看到那種紅色的三角形,那裡面的一個攝像頭將在火星跳傘下降到火山口時拍攝火星的影像,為什麼這很重要,因為這個攝像頭將與從軌道上拍攝的影像相匹配,這樣一來,他們就可以更大膽地進行降落,比如在火山口之前,他們總是有最安全的賭注。

  • A nice flat surface.

    一個漂亮的平面。

  • This will also allow them to avoid hazards such as a rock outcropping or something else that might endanger the landing of any vehicles.

    這也可以讓他們避開危險,比如岩石外露或其他可能危及任何車輛降落的東西。

  • Also, as we look at this vehicle, it will take some 300 scientists.

    另外,我們看這個車,需要大約300名科學家。

  • Operate it.

    操作它。

  • You can't see this well, but back down there in the body moxie, Why moxie is important is it will try to convert this Martian atmosphere into oxygen and down the road.

    你看不清楚,但回到身體下面的莫西,為什麼莫西很重要,就是它會嘗試把這個火星大氣層轉化為氧氣,然後往下走。

  • If we're going to put men on Mars and women, we're going to need the ability to convert the Martian atmosphere into breathable oxygen.

    如果我們要把男人和女人放在火星上,我們就需要有能力把火星大氣層轉化為可呼吸的氧氣。

  • They can't haul all that oxygen with them.

    他們不可能把所有的氧氣都拖走。

  • So that's where moxie comes in and, as we said, converts it to breathable air.

    所以這就是摩西的作用,就像我們說的,把它轉化為可呼吸的空氣。

right now, NASA has or is participating in six active missions to Mars.

目前,美國宇航局已經或正在參與六項積極的火星任務。

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