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    The Martian Ice and Water Analysis Mission

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    Mars has intrigued mankind for centuries, and ever since “War of the Worlds” caused mass hysteria over all of America, we have wondered if there is, or ever has been life on Mars. In today’s age of technology, we know that there are no little green men running around on Mars, and our attention has shifted to the location and analysis of Martian water and its history. That is the primary reason for the Martian Ice and Water Analysis Mission, or MIWA Mission. Following the primary Martian exploration

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    Martian Rocks

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    meteorites which may in fact prove that signs of early life existed on Mars. Many of these meteorites are found in the Antarctica, extremely cold weathers aid in preserving and fossilizing the fallen meteorites for millions of years. In order for scientists to conclude that the meteorites are from Mars and contain signs of fossilized life or traces of it they must provide sufficient evidence to support their theory. Today, a meteorite from Mars is being closely scrutinized by earthly intelligences. The famous

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    probes. Now that the Shuttle fleet has been retired, should NASA develop new rockets to send people back to the moon? Should we send people to Mars? Should NASA focus on unmanned missions instead? Is money spent on space exploration beneficial to society? State your opinion about the proposals currently being considered to send astronauts to the moon or to Mars. In 2011 NASA’s budget was recorded at about eighteen billion dollars, .5% of the $3.4 trillion federal budget of the United States. This

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    Life on Martian Meteorites

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    dispute of whether or not there is real evidence of life on martian meteorites is discussed. Findings of carbon globules, nanocrystal magnetites, and rod-shaped objects on ALH84001, Nakhla and Yamata 593 suggest biogenic processes once occurred on Mars. Furthermore, past atmospheric conditions and a current abundance of methane gas build more justification to martian life. Many of these discoveries are accused of being accounted for by either terrestrial contamination or abiotic processes, but composition

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    Andy Weir’s The Martian portrays the highly deadly and dangerous life on Mars. Mark Watney is on the planet Mars on a NASA mission with other astronauts, but like any good book, something unexpected happens. Mark is stranded on Mars with no crew and no communication. He’s alone. Well, he has the HAB of course. The HAB is like a house on Mars; it’s where the astronauts stay when they are not out exploring the surface. Andy Weir is an amazing artist of a writer who paints a picture in the reader’s

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    The Martian is a story that involves a visit to the mars, and after that, the astronauts come out of the Mars leaving behind Mark Watney who his real name is Matt Damon. The team assumed Mark was dead after a strong storm. He tried to survive with the remains of the supplier till he was able to launch his way back to the Earth (MacIsaac, 2015). The story is represented in the Novel, and a movie and these two platforms have some similarities and differences. The movie is the representation of what

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    The Martian Film Analysis

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    The film adaptation begins with the Ares 3 astronauts on Mars just as an unforeseen sandstorm begins. Watney believes that the crew should wait the storm out, but Commander Lewis disagrees and decides that the crew should leave Mars immediately. When crossing between the MAV and the Hab, a radio antenna strikes Watney, which leads to Ares 3 astronauts to presume Watney death. The music and the emphasis on Watney’s empty seat in the Mars takeoff further illustrate the unavoidable consequences that

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    atmosphere were to disappear than there would no longer be high volcanic activity in fact the most likely result from disappearance of clouds would be that the volcanoes on Venus had become dormant. 3) Mars Climate Evolution a. So far, we do not yet have clear scientific evidence of organisms on Mars.

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    The Race

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    next problem came when the starter, Bump Gilliam, who was also Mars Bar’s best pal, called, “Get ready!” – and someone in the crowd yelled, “That ain’t what you say! You say, “Take your mark!” Well, everybody jumped into it, then. There was shoving and jawing and almost a fistfight over the proper way to start a race. Finally there was a compromise, and Bump called, “Get ready on your mark!” At which point someone else called, “Go, Mars!” and Bump turned and snarled, “Shut up! When the starter starts

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    Dark They Were And Golden-Eyed

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    and Golden-Eyed Bradbury shows you how life might be like if people lived on Mars. He gives the people a reason for going to Mars and then a reason why they must stay there. The people on Mars slowly start to change, their skin turns dark and their eyes begin to be covered with a gold film. None of the human really cared except for one, Harry Bittering. Harry was reluctant to stay since the second he stepped on to Mars. When him and his family got off the rocket and looked around Harry got a cold

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