NASA’s Mars 2020 rover should be named “Vision.” The definition of “Vision” is, “The faculty or state of being able to see.” It is a funny coincidence that the 2020 Mars rover has 20/20 vision. On July 23, 2019, NASA’s new rover’s cameras passed an eye exam, and has perfect 20/20 vision to take accurate photos of Mars. The rover’s imager will examine Martian rocks and soil that may be related to past life on the “Red Planet.“ The word “Vision” can also mean, “The ability to think about or plan the future with imagination or wisdom”. I know NASA has big plans and visions of what the rover will accomplish. As you can see, the significance of the double meaning of the word vision makes it a perfect title for the rover. Therefore, NASA should name the Mars 2020 rover, “Vision.”