NASA's InSight landing module will land on Mars in November 2018. In addition to diverse scientific instruments, in its guts will also house thousands of names .
InSight will be the first mission to explore the deep interior of Mars. The ship will place a seismometer to detect Martian earthquakes and meteorite clashes.
By 2015 almost 827,000 people signed up to add their name to a silicon microchip aboard the mission . NASA is now adding a second microchip, thus giving the public another chance to send their names to Mars. You can do it in this link.
principal investigator of the InSight mission at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California:
This opportunity allows them to be part of the spacecraft that will study the interior of the Red Planet.