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    “The Martian” is a great movie adapted from Andy weir’s novel “Mars Mission”. Accidentally wound and mistakenly believed dead, astronaut Mark Watney was left alone on the Mars as the Ares 3 and rest of crew safely evacuated from the planet. Using the minimum reserved resource from the Mars station, Mark found a way to make fresh water and grow the potato. Despite all the problem and challenges, he was able to establish communication with Earth by using the Pathfinder. While the rescue plan is…

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    Oxygen has been found lingering in the upper atmosphere on Mars. So why doesn't life exist on the planet? Well for one, it's atomic oxygen. Perhaps one day aliens thrived on the red planet, prancing about in lush green fields with waterfalls of gold. As we know, that's far from the case now. So what happened? Until NASA gives us a logical answer, we might as well say the devil is responsible for the planet's destruction. NASA HOPES TO UNCOVER MARS HISTORY Atomic oxygen affects how gas can…

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    possibilities to inhabit another planet had been open. NASA has made missions to Mars, our closest neighbor planet, since not so long ago. Even there are plans to make a human colony on its surface. But, will it be possible? There had been probes on its surface, checking conditions, while here on Earth the future “martians” are under strict training, prepared to leave a mark on history. By now, the colonizing of Mars is still far away, and thinking of other solar systems is still crazy, but…

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    might be to try to live on Mars. President Obama and President Trump have been supporting Nasa to be able to send people to Mars by the 2030’s. Astronauts have had many “trials” (living in a small space with other people for 6-12 months) around the world. Nasa thinks it will take about 6 months each way to Mars and the astronauts would have to live on Mars for about 2 years as they wait for the planets to realign for their trip home. The astronauts have a plan to colonize Mars, grow plants and…

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    Mars and Earth: Same Same but Different "We know how much radiation is out there, waiting for us between Earth and Mars, but we’re not sure how the human body is going to react to it" says Frank Cucinotta, Space radiation health project of NASA (Burgess & Dubbs, 2007). A new adventure comes along when there is no other giant planet and limited space to block during a long voyage to Mars. Mars has always been the final destination that many scientists turn to in terms of colonization of other…

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    Mars One Research Paper

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    Mars, the fourth planet away from the sun, is our next door neighbor. Since Mars is pretty close to Earth (compared to other planets) and we have the technology; people will move there and never come back. This one way ticket to Mars is called Mars One. People have made this the experience of the century, and each day we learn more and more about Mars. Leaving Earth to go to Mars probably means leaving your whole life on Earth and starting a new life on a whole new different planet that you…

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    Are you thinking whether you should go to Mars or not? You shouldn’t need to think, the answer is no. Have you already think through the problems of going to Mars? Have you thought of high risk traveling, radiation poisoning, unknown situations, and surviving problems? If not, you might want to read the next few paragraphs and give a thought about it. Going to Mars is an extremely dangerous event. The first problem that you will face is high risk traveling. Remember, not everything is perfect.…

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    In recent discussions of the planet Mars, a controversial issue is whether or not the time, money, and resources spent to get to Mars would be worth the trip. Two articles published in the New York Times present contrasting perspectives on the topic. On one hand Lawrence M. Krauss argues that The trip to Mars is definitely worth the risk and resources, just not the trip home. On the other hand, however, Ed Regis contends that Mars is a miserable planet that is not worth the effort. After…

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    Mars Red Planet Essay

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    to Mars Mars, the red planet, is the fourth planet from the sun and is located directly after the planet Earth. Mars is the second smallest planet in our solar system right after Mercury. Mars is named after the roman god of war. However, it is often just referred to as the red planet. This is due to iron oxide that is found on the surface that gives it its reddish look. (Lawler, 2015) Though we do not know who exactly discovered Mars, we do know that the first person to theorize that Mars was…

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    Mars is in outer space, miles away, waiting for humans to explore. Other people think that it is a horrible idea to colonize Mars since it is a very dangerous risk. People should definitely go to Mars, there are similarities to Earth, the astronauts could test out new technology, and the most important thing, to learn techniques to live on other planets. Both Earth and Mars have many similarities. Scientists say that there may be a type of bacteria on Mars. If Mars has a bacteria that…

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