NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Systems Engineer Nagin Cox shares her experience of living on Martian time from Earth while working on four rover missions. Martian days are approximately 40 minutes longer than Earth's, meaning the people working on Mars rovers need to adjust their clocks to accommodate the most interesting time change. Nagin takes you behind the scenes of her life on Mars time, where she had to adjust her daily schedule each day, progressing 40 minutes later as each day passed. Nagin Cox explores the feeling of being truly separate from 'Earthlings.' when working on the rovers and how NASA/JPL families coped with this unusual lifestyle.