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    While the idea of living on Mars may seem worthless and impractical, the colonization of Mars could have a worthwhile effect on not only the Earth, but the Universe. Space travel has been on hold since the space race in the sixties, but given the current spark in curiosity and drive, the idea of going to Mars is becoming a reality. Having an alternative Earth may seem frivolous, but at the rate at which the Earth itself is depleting, an alternative home planet is the most viable option for keeping the human species alive and thriving. The quality of life on Earth will improve because there will be more advanced technology and an understanding of science and space that can be implemented to life on Earth.Colonizing Mars has the opportunity to…

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    Mars Geology

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    A recent study on Mars’s geology causes a paradigm shift to researchers’ perspective of the red planet. Felsic rocks that thought to not exist on Mars are now identified. Overall, these findings alter the understanding of the geologic complexity and magmatic activity of Mars. Prior knowledge of Mars’s geology was rather simple; consisting of one type of rock formation in contrast to Earth’s diverse and complex geology. Felsic rocks such as granite, are common in subduction zones on Earth (Wray…

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    Mars Essay

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    Mars have always been perceived as a desolate planet, which does not have anything special other than arid surface with scattered rocks and mountains. However, science is telling us that this perception could be far from reality. With the rapid development of scientific research, paralleled with the technological revolution, recent explorations have revealed new data and interesting findings on the surface of our mysterious neighbor. Galileo Galilei was the first man to use a telescope to…

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    Sustainable On Mars

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    whether life would be sustainable on Mars. When Nicolaus Copernicus was the first scientist to theorize that Mars was a planet there was much controversy. Although there was much criticism, new discoveries arrived about planets along with, their orbit around the Sun. Mars has an orbit around the Sun which is farther than the Earth. Due to Mars having a larger orbit, consequently Mars has harsher plus longer seasons. “Days” on Mars are called souls, they are approximately forty minutes longer…

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    Mars Pathfinder

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    Raina Orion Erika Harnett ESS 102 April 15, 2016 Robotic Missions: Mars Pathfinder This research is in preparation to write the fictional article currently titled “Tales of A Space Robot”. This article will be about an extremely advanced AI robot that has spent the past 50 years cataloging and exploring a nearby solar system for life, potential colonization, as well as other scientific research. The research presented below gives an idea of what types of data the robot can collect or potentially…

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    The Mars Mission

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    many was Mars. Reaching to this planet would be a remarkable accomplish, but…

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    Liquid Water On Mars

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    On September 28th,2015 NASA researchers announced that they had discovered liquid water on the surface of Mars. They actually told news agencies that they had something big to discuss in relation to Mars. It took several space craft and several centers of research five years to come to this finding. Why is there such a push to find liquid water on mars? As far as science knows, life requires water. Rockets require hydrogen and oxygen. Humans require oxygen to breath and to function. If we want…

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    Mars Rover Essay

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    Mars’ Secret The vermilion terrain that the rover had wandered over in its short life was the planet Mars. MER-D Gypsy, the 2014 NASA Mars Rover, rolled over its cold sands, then turned its spherical, cycloptic head and looked over the trench before it. The camera on its orbicular crown began snapping photos almost immediately. It was beautiful, a rich, orange coloured valley that seemed bottomless. Markings and natural carvings into the scarlet flesh of the planet showed that water had once…

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    Colonization Of Mars Life is defined by the decision we make; from how we act, to how we coalesce into our environment. If the earth became unsafe, we as a people would have to make a very drastic decision. Envision a whole new world, but this time on Mars. The colonization of Mars could benefit humankind because expanding our species to a second planet could help maintain our existence longer, the colonization of Mars could also help us as a way for people to gather information about the…

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    The Mars Mission Analysis

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    As many people heard, going to Mars and colonize is a new mission everyone is discussing about. Many experts and scientists have looked into the Mars mission; in exploring or colonizing. This mission is still unclear whether they are ready to send manned missions or not. Stephen hawking; theoretical physicist and cosmologist, have said: “ ….we must spread out in space and find a new habitat”[1]. His wording encourages and agrees about colonizing Mars and thinks that the future of the Earth’s…

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