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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April is the Ohio staff writer for Only in Your State. She is an Ohio native with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. With more than 10 years of writing experience and a background in news reporting for Ohio newspapers, she's published pieces in multiple print and online publications. When she's not on deadline or chasing after her toddler, she's hunting for hidden gems in Ohio or getting lost in a good book.