Sporting a spacesuit that would look at home on Dr. Evil's space station, Mars Explorer Barbie brings her stunning looks and 1950s Soviet Era equipment on her discovery of the Red Planet. Since math is hard, I hope someone else has calculated the trajectory of her rocket ship.
Girls of Today Can Be the Mars Explorers of Tomorrow.
The Barbie® brand has empowered girls to dream big and explore a world without limits. This year, Barbie® is embarking on a mission that is out of this world with the Career of the Year Mars Explorer Barbie® doll.
In collaboration with NASA, Mars Explorer Barbie® doll launches the first one-doll mission to Mars. Ready to add her signature pink splash to the red planet, Barbie® doll is outfitted in a stylish space suit with pink reflective accents, helmet, space pack and signature pink space boots.
The 2013 Career of the Year, Mars Explorer Barbie® doll enters the stratosphere just in time to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Mars Rover Curiosity landing on August 6, 2013. Adding to her resume of more than 130 careers, Mars Explorer Barbie® doll inspires girls to be adventurous and to always reach for the stars!
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