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Your name will begin it's journey on a dime-sized microchips, which will be carried aboard an exploration aircraft and will be left permanently on Mars.
The flight test will take 3,600 miles above the Earth atmosphere on a 4.5 hour mission into space. After two orbits,Orion will reenter Earth's atmosphere at almost 20,000 mph and and reach 4,000 degrees Fahrenheit temperature before it splash down in the Pacific Ocean.
After returning to the earth, the names will fly on future NASA exploration flights and mission to Mars. With each flight, selected individual will accrue more miles as members of a global space-faring society.
If you want to be part of this historic event, just fill up the registration form and receive your boarding pass, visit
Joining the Orion's test flight closed on October 31,2014 and due to the volume of traffics worldwide, the NASA website may not be not available for a while but keep on checking from time to time.