In 2030, NASA plans to send its first manned mission to Mars. To ensure the safety of the astronauts who are there, the agency must develop an effective weather forecasting system so that the mission does not land in the midst of a powerful hurricane.
The weather on Mars is not very friendly to humans, and hurricanes appear to be very strong, and the winds reach speeds of several hundred kilometers per hour, which could pose a serious threat to astronauts who will land there.
NASA can not allow this, so it has already begun activities to create an efficient Martian weather prediction system, studying the movement of huge sandstorms using data on the temperature of the orbits.
This helped to create a pattern that predicted the paths that storms would travel through. This will make it much easier to determine the location of the astronaut landing and the location of the future base.