At The Request Of NASA, A Piece Of Ohio Has Officially Landed On Mars

Ohio makes history. Period.

Whether we’re inventing ways to fly or taking a giant leap for mankind, Ohio is a forerunner for world history. That’s why it’s more than appropriate for Ohio to take part in the latest NASA venture to Mars. Last month, a piece of the 1903 Wright Flyer made the 300 million-mile journey to Mars—all the way from Dayton, Ohio.

What do you think? How cool is it that a piece of Ohio made it to Mars? Share your thoughts with us!

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