This ambitious 'Mission to Mars' is being executed by the Global Space Organisation for residents of just one city in India: Hyderabad.

No real way to Mars but Hyderabadis now have a fun way to go to the red planet
Saturday, December 02, 2017 - 17:37


The Global Space Organisation (GSO) is not your everyday space organisation. A group of astrophysics geniuses with a passion for energy research, the GSO cares about how the average person can be a part of the human race’s space dream and has developed the theory of the Dark Matter Vortex just for this. 

Which is why, in partnership with Wonderla, the GSO is taking its exciting achievements in space travel to the residents of Hyderabad. Hyderabad is brimming with excitement already, with hundreds already lining up to be a part of this breath-taking experience.

The Mission to Mars is GSO’s most ambitious project till date. Through this project, GSO aims to realise its dream of reaching Mars from Earth by travelling through a wormhole – all in under 10 seconds.

With the transport vehicle – the Manta – situated in the outskirts of Hyderabad, your dream of visiting Mars is not too far away. GSO has achieved the right way to teleport humans to Mars, but to build a vehicle to transport teams of talented scientists and residents of Hyderabad to Mars was GSO’s real challenge. And it’s for this that GSO’s scientists designed the Manta, from a composite material with uncharted strength and minimal surface area.

The civilian test flight ‘Manta’ is a prototype faster-than-light aircraft. This vehicle will dispatch from the ISS Stephen Hawking space station. Once seated inside the Manta, astronauts – one of whom could be you – will be propelled through a gigantic ‘Dark Energy Vortex’ launch portal that will generate a wormhole all by itself. The Manta will then travel through this wormhole and reach Mars.

The GSO is thrilled about the idea and is looking for a team of astronauts equipped with the physical and mental capacity to deal with the monumental uncertainties of quantum energy-based travel. Are you one of them?

You have to be, because if you are not, you are missing out on all the action. GSO has got 800 applicants already, and 500 of them will begin their mission on December 4. The excitement in Hyderabad is astronomical. GSO got 800 applications in just the first 24 hours after the mission was announced, and the first batch of 500 people on their Mission to Mars successfully completed their mission. For years to come, the GSO is going to be sending people to Mars. But you surely want to get on the Manta as early as possible.

So if you want in on what is going to be Hyderabad’s most exciting ride to the future ever, visit the Global Space Organisation website and gear up for the mission to Mars.


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(This article is a work of fiction and was produced by TNM Marquee in association with Wonderla.)