Given Trump’s questions about Mars, it seems as if the president has forgotten that he’s ultimately in charge of space policy.

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This morning, President Donald Trump placed a long-distance call to NASA astronauts Peggy Whitson and Jack Fischer, who are both currently on board the International Space Station.

The point of the chat was to congratulate Whitson on breaking the record for spending more cumulative hours in space than any other American.

But the call also touched on other topics, such as ways to encourage more women to pursue STEM careers, as well as sending people to Mars someday.

What do you see a [sic] timing for actually sending humans to Mars? “Is there a schedule, and when would you see that happening?

” Of course, Trump signed a bill last month telling NASA exactly when the agency needs to send a crewed mission to Mars.The Safariland Model 6378 is a concealment version of the new Automatic Locking System (ALS) series holsters.The 6378 utilizes the SLS as the primary security system with the Hood Guard installed, and includes an internal locking device (ALS).It was something that Whitson reminded him of: “Well I think as your bill directed, it’ll be approximately in the 2030s.” She also reminded him that we’re building a new giant rocket, the Space Launch System, for that specific purpose.The first flight of the SLS isn’t supposed to take place until 2018 at the absolute earliest (and there are many doubts about that).Astro-math expert Ed Belbruno and fellow artists Bob Vanderbei and Rob Mars discuss the roots of the "aha moment" with Space.com's Josh Chamot.