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NASA might launch its first manned mission to the "red planet" by 2033, a non-profit organization's study revealed. The feasibility study has even stressed-out that if things go as planned, human-beings could get to surface of Mars by 2039. The study was propelled by the most recent un-crewed Mars missions by India and the United States, the Inquisitr reported.

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The Planetary Society attempted to estimate the cost and feasibility aspects that are related to the Mars manned mission's full-scale series, Yahoo News wrote. At a news conference, the society's representatives presented the results which said that a manned mission to Mars is possible by 2030 and is within the exploration budget of NASA's human space studies.

The workshop entitled "Humans Orbiting Mars" featured more than 70 attendees who thoroughly explained the long term benefits and feasibility of the mission in question. The first plan is to send off a manned mission to reach the planet's orbit, then a manned mission that will actually land on its surface.

Scott Hubbard, one of the board of directors of the Planetary Society and professor at the Department of Astronautics and Aeronautics at Stanford University, said "We now believe that we have an example of a feasible cost-constrained, long-term, executable, mortals-to-Mars program."

Planetary Society is famous for many other science experts like John Logsdon of the Space Policy Institute at The George Washington University and Chief Executive Officer Bill Nye. The society is the biggest space advocacy, nongovernmental organization in the globe.

The representatives of the non-government organization compared the "feasible" Mars mission to the successful Moon mission of the Apollo 8.