From ancient times people looked at the sky and pondered about the structure of the world and space. Technological advances of recent decades have improved surveillance methods greatly. There appeared an opportunity to send technical devices and even a human to the space. One of the nearest planets, Mars, is attractive for research. In July 2020, another NASA mission will start for the Red Planet. A Mars rover will be delivered to the surface of the planet, with a large number of sensors and research equipment on board, as well as a small chip with the names of Earth dwellers who supports space research. Among them there are Her Majesty Queen of the North Barchant Anna Macco, Prime Minister Konstantin Beloff, Information Minister Olin Makoff, Foreign Minister Katherine Moon, as well as some other several active citizens of the Kingdom.