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    Hydrated Water On Mars

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    For more than fifteen years, the search for any sign of water on Mars has finally been found conclusive. Findings from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) provided the definite evidence that water flows periodically throughout Mars. Using a spectrometer on the MRO, researchers saw hydrated minerals that are seen as streaks. These streaks fade in cooler seasons and seem to flow down as well as darken during the warmer seasons. These flows are called recurring slop linea and the finding of…

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    Mission To Mars Theme

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    collection of methods has been produced in order to merge themes with an author’s work. Two texts that exemplify this are the texts “Mission to Mars” and “NJ Physics Professor Has the ‘Right Stuff,’” penned by Sheela Raman and Valerie Sands, respectively. “Mission to Mars,” is a narrative about two married astronauts, Roy and Ciara Thomas, who travel to Mars. They receive great support from Earth, but…

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    Should Mars Be Colonized?

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    Mars, a planet that contains the possibility of allowing humans to live somewhere other than earth. However, this can lead to multiple questions as with the colonization of Mars will also lead to the beginning of a completely new society. This idea of a new martian society, will lead to questions about what laws,clocks, and calendars should this new Martian society use. Additionally, with the colonization of Mars also comes the concern of unknown diseases and illness that comes from living in a…

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    Colonize Mars Essay

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    In the next 30 years, we can colonize Mars. Thanks to technological advances and years of mars study, we will be able to travel to Mars and use its natural resources to create permanent human communities on this planet. Why do we want to colonize Mars? Humans have a natural curiosity for the unknown; we have a great spirit of adventure, we are fascinated with the idea of an adventure, exploring the unknown. Colonizing Mars is a very challenging mission, but the once achieved the satisfaction…

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    benchmark of yet another view into space for mankind; after 15 years of searching for evidence, this day in 2015 was the day water was confirmed to be on Mars. "Mars is not the dry, arid planet that we thought of it in the past," says Jim Green from NASA, "Liquid water has been found on Mars." Dark streaks that marked the surface and slopes of Mars were further investigated and proven to be liquid water flowing down the planet's ridges. During warm seasons, these streaks darken even more…

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    Touchdown Mars Analysis

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    Nurnberger MST 202-03 The book I chose is, Touchdown Mars! By Peggy Wethered, Ken Edgett, and Michael Chesworth. The text structure of this book is in a sequence /chronological order, starting with the reader being told that “you are an astronaut,” to the adventure in space, and then finally coming home. Additionally, the text is organized alphabetically by key terms. The authors’ purpose of this book is to give factual information regarding Mars, space travel, and general information about…

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    Spirit Rover On Mars

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    been on the surface of Mars for more than eight years, but sadly the spirit rover only made it to six years. Opportunity and the Spirit rover are NASA’s twin Mars Rovers. NASA's Spirit rover landed on Mars January 4, 2004, and was launched June 10, 2003. The amount of time that NASA planned Spirit was 90 days, but as you can tell they went a little over 90 days(2100 days over to be exact!). The…

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    Research Paper On Mars

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    Mars was first observed before the 1500s and got its name from the Roman god of war. The Egyptians were the first to notice the 5 planets in the sky. Johannes Kepler, during the 1600s, makes Kepler’s first law that Mars has an elliptical orbit. In 1609, Mars was first observed with a telescope by Galileo Galilei. Dutch astronomer, Christian Huygens was able to draw Mars using a telescope he made. Huygens was able to notices certain spots returning to the same position at the same time each day,…

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    Mars Red Planet

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    Mars otherwise known as the “red planet” because of the iron oxide surface on the planet that gives it a red color coat, is one point five hundred and twenty four astronomical units away from the sun. That’s one hundred and forty one point six million miles from the sun making it the fourth planet from the sun. It can easily be seen from Earth because of its red color. According to Nasa, “Mars is named for the ancient Roman god of war”. The Romans chose the name God Of War because it “resembles…

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    Mars One Advantages

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    Mars One, how has this project been an advantage to our life? Founders Bas Lansdrop and Arno Weilders dreamed of stepping on the red planet but could not do it alone. Traveling to Mars should be pretty exciting but the extensive amount of preparations, twisted monetary issues and lifestyle changes for the explorers leave a ton of up in the air questions. Mars One has its contributions to society and mankind but is a great debate with valid points on both sides. With the process of colonizing…

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