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    Star Mars

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    Star Mars Since the boom in space technology about 30 years ago, man has found the method for expanding his existence beyond the many once thought "unbreakable barriers." Together with this development in space technology came a large quantity of information and discoveries of the compounds of the universe, and scientific questions seemed to jump out in equal number. The question that captures the eye of the media today causing a bitter controversy is probably the most easy to understand, considering

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    Mars is one of the most fascinating planets among all the other planets in our solar system, mainly because it is very similar to the Earth. For centuries scientists have speculated whether or not there is the possibility of life beyond planet, Earth. Ever since the discovery of water particles in the form of ice on Mars, the theory on the probability of life on the planet is now seen possible because, according to scientists’; Mars had a warmer and habitable environment about some billion years

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    The Technology of Landing on Mars

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    The Technology of Landing on Mars While just traveling to Mars is a difficult task, landing on the planet has proved to be next to impossible, with only a small fraction of the attempted landings ending in success. Over the years there have been several different designs of Martian landers that have attempted to slip past the proverbial “galactic ghoul” protecting the planet Mars. However, few of these designs have fared successful at landing smoothly. These technologies have ranged from the original

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    acres to earth and start using that, so we have to find somewhere else to go. Mars, the beautiful red planet, is the most similar planet to earth. The terrain in general is very close to what we are used to on earth, minus the vegetation. Earth and Mars both contain polar ice caps. Mars also has water throughout the planet, but it is mostly subsoil. Water is a very important part of agriculture. The water on Mars is a little different than the water here on earth. If we tried using the polar

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    The Hunt For Life On Mars

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    Jake Huffman 4/30/14 Pledged Summary on The Hunt for Life on Mars In The Hunt for Life on Mars the author, Donald Goldsmith, provides a very in depth look into the extensive search for life on the planet Mars. He gives us details of the history of exploring mars, future endeavors, and discoveries that have been made in this enormous, yet exciting task. He spends most of the book discussing a rock, ALH 84001, that is believed to be from Mars and contains evidence that has led scientists to believe that

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    A Mission to Mars: Food

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    feeling of isolation that crewmembers may experience du... ... middle of paper ... ...Mars. It will descend to the surface and await the crew’s arrival. Second phase- will be launched aboard the crewmembers space vehicle and sustain the health of the crew during flight to the Red Planet. Third phase- shortly after the crew embarkation, the last supply capsule will be launched on a trajectory to orbit the Mars surface. The capsule will rendezvous with the crew upon the last leg of the mission and

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    The news of India’s Mars mission drove a mixed reaction not only from global media but from Indian media as well. This is ISRO's primary interplanetary mission Mars with a spacecraft developed to orbit Mars within an “elliptical orbit of 372 km by 80,000 km” (Sahoo, 2013). There could be a number of reasons for this mixed reaction, such as the ‘overactive’ electronic media, lack of public awareness steps on part of ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation), and misunderstandings regarding India’s

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    Terraforming Mars for Human Habitation

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    Terraforming Mars is the process of purposely changing the known properties of Mars to satisfy safe human habitation. In order to do this, we would have to use a 1000-year timeline. A thousand year timeline is best because it would give humans the time needed to change the atmosphere of Mars, change the temperature of Mars, grow food, and more. In order for the terraforming process to work, humans must permanently live on Mars for. For humans to permanently live on Mars, a fuel source must be used

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    Mars Colonization

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    benefitted humanity. If just a few thousand miles of land could have such a large impact on America and the world itself, imagine what an entire planet of unknown riches could bring for our species. The best argument for exploring and colonizing on Mars can be summed up in one colloquial phrase, “don’t put all of your eggs into one basket.” To elaborate; all of humanity is on Earth. Earth is enormous, but it is still just one place. A medium sized earthquake in Japan was enough to cause millions of

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    The NASA Haughton-Mars Project. A thousand miles or so from the Earth's North pole lies our planet's largest uninhabited island, Devon Island. Devon Island is the largest uninhabited island on Earth, with a surface area of approximately 66,800 km2. Its geology presents two major provinces: a thick (presently ~ 1.3 km) subhorizontal sequence of Paleozoic (Cambrian to Devonian) marine sedimentary rocks dominated by carbonates (dolomite and limestone) forming part of the Arctic Platform; and a Precambrian

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