Alyssa Carson Wikipedia
|Date of Birth||10 March 2001|
|Age (As on 2019)||18 Years|
|Famous For||Future Mars Walker, one of seven ambassadors representing Mars One|
|Before Famous||Astronaut Trainee|
|Home City||Hammond, Louisiana, United States|
|Current City||Washington, DC 20546, United States|
|Height (Approx)||1.65 m|
|Weight (Approx)||55 Kg|
|Hair Color||Golden Black|
Mother- Not Known
Early Life & Education
Alyssa Carson was born on 10 March 2001 in Hammond Louisiana, Washington, United States. Ever since she was just 3 years old, the little girl said to her father, Bert Carson, “Daddy, I want to be an astronaut, and be one of the people that go to Mars.” Her father had no idea that this little girl’s offhand statement would become real, making a meaningful lifelong achievement.
She is studying in the 7th Grade at Baton Rouge International School. She completed her NASA Passport Program visiting all the 14 NASA Visitor’s Centers in the United States.
In 2006, October Alyssa was graduated in the Advanced Possum (Project Polar Suborbital Science in the Upper Mesosphere) Academy. This certification of graduation makes her go to space and an astronaut trainee. She is also the youngest person to be accepted into the International Space University.
School: Baton Rouge International School, US.
Graduate: Advanced Possum (Project Polar Suborbital Science in the Upper Mesosphere) Academy, NASA, US.
Career & Achievements
Alyssa Carson first attended the United States Camp in 2008 when she was only 7 years of age. Carson also visited some other space camps are Laval, Turkey, Quebec and in Izmir, which makes her first person to visit all the 3 NASA Camps.
At only 12 years, in 2013, Alyssa Carson had visited all the 14 NASA Visitor Centers in the U.S making her first-person complete the NASA Passport Program.
Until 2007 Alyssa has achieved many goals. Her list of accomplishments includes attending Space Camp 7 times, the witness of 3 Space Shuttle launches, Space Academy 3 times, one-time Robotic academy, youngest graduated Advanced Possum Academy and multiple Sally Ride Camps.
In January 2013, NASA invited Alyssa to become NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover mission, a robotic space mission involving two Mars rovers. The discussion was about the future missions to Mars live on NASA TV. She was selected as one of seven ambassadors representing Mars One, a mission to study on Mars to establish a human colony in 2030.
Alyssa Carson has appeared in several television shows, written up her achievements in numerous newspapers and magazines.
When will Alyssa go to Mars?
According to Alyssa’s official website NASA Blueberry & The Next Web, NASA announced its plan to launch a mission to Mars by 2030. Alyssa Carson’s mission to Mars will serve the environment, surface, the planet’s evolution, lifeforms, and most importantly, potential future human colonization.  NASA Blueberry
The distance to Mars mission is about 65 million KM, which means Alyssa would be approximately 3 years far from Earth. The mission includes her life at real risk, but she never seems to step back in. She will be 29 years old when Carson would start her Mission to Mars.
“The radiation levels in space don’t scare me because I’ve learned about it for so long and it’s just become a norm at this point,” Carson said. “There’s always a sense of fear that something could go wrong since no mission to space has ever been 100 percent safe. But I believe that a mission to Mars, and all the benefits we can get from it, outweigh any of the risks. Technically, I’m allowed to fly into space and to be able to say that, especially in my teens, feels amazing,” Carson said.”  The Next Web
Alyssa speaks several foreign languages: French, Spanish, Chinese, and Turkish. She also gives motivational speeches to other children.
Personal Life, Family, Net Worth
Alyssa is a single Independent Girl. She is not married yet.