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    Sending a manned space mission to Mars sounds pretty cool, right, and we all have questions like "Is there life on Mars?" I personally think we should give Mars a visit because think about the secrets we could uncover that could be astonishing and so helpful. We could go to see if we can find information about earth or even have success living there would possibly give us time to explore longer and collect more. Imagine living up there in a sustained area waiting for whatever comes next. Now…

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    planet Mars. The professor, Adam Sendler, studied the machine that was found three years ago underneath Marses surface. Adam Sendler accidentally activated part of the machine, and the bright light started to shine. The holographic video projected with Mars's history. It told a story of the previous occupants of Mars. A story about "Zayanes”. They were an advanced civilization of healers and creators. They were responsible for seeding life on Earth. One day a meteor hit the waters of Mars. The…

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    Shaylee Kading Hour 5 12-04-17 Crying on Mars “So that boy’s and girl’s is why planet Mars is so hot.” Mrs.Phillips explained. As I raised my hand I wondered if I could go to mars. Mrs.Phillips called on me but I didn’t bare to ask. So I replied with. “never mind”. Once, I returned home I asked my beautiful, brown hair, brown eye mother Shelly, “if I could go to Mars”. My Mom replied with “ Aidan your a twelve year old, handsome boy with brown hair and.gl brown eyes”. “But mom even…

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    Anglo-Saxon, whereas all the other planets have names from the Roman or Greek gods. Mars formed four and a half billion years ago just like the Earth. The rusty red color of the planet comes from iron oxide. Since it orbits much further from the Sun, the Martian year is twice as long as the Earth’s year. Similar to Earth, it spins on its axis with its day being approximately twenty-four and a half hours long. However, Mars is only half the size of Earth, which translates into much less…

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    NASA is working currently on a complicated project of going to Mars. This is going to be a hard and time consuming project that needs 50 people! Unfortunately all 50 of these people will not be coming back. Once these brave people go to Mars, they will be staying there until they pass away. NASA predicts we will be setting foot on Mars in 2030, just 14 years away! NASA says this project is critical due to how many similarities we have with this mysterious red planet.which includes seasons,…

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    Going to mars is a serious matter. Many experts around the world are debating on whether we must go to Mars or not. Mars is the forth planet from the sun, and is known by the Red planet (1) because of the reddish appearance it has. Some people think that it may be a habitable planet to colonize and live on. Others believe that it is a bad idea. For example; going to mars is dangerous and not easy where one trip requires 6 to 7 months in space with lack pf gravity which may cause back pain and 2%…

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    Death Trap,Mars Myranda Hickman, Hailey Hutsler, Cameron White, Adalie Giles, Davis Minton To live on Mars, to be left there to start a community on Mars. Mars is a death trap a one way ticket there and not one back. Communication never seeing family again in person or even worse you can’t get the satellite to work. The reasons you shouldn’t go to Mars and will leave everything behind and never to see again. The death trap called Mars One. The communication on Mars is a day late. You…

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    the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter’s arrival to planet Mars, Deputy project scientist Dr. Leslie Tamppari presented a summary of NASA’s research and discoveries. Within the last decade, over two hundred and fifty terabytes of data have been sent home by the spacecraft, giving us insight about the Red Planet during the ongoing search of water and habitable zones. The idea of water on Mars has such high relevance because it is a necessity to any type of living organism. Although present day Mars…

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    The Colonization of Mars Will humans actually colonize Mars? That is question that has been asked for a long time. There have been a lot of ideas from all over the world about sending humans to Mars. New plans from SpaceX and Nasa has opened the eyes of many people. According to Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX, SpaceX plans on sending humans to Mars as soon as 2024. Nasa on the other hand is planning on sending humans to Mars by 2030. Because of the new advancements in space technology, the…

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    MARS EXPLORATOIN ROVER Throughout the history of the human race, space exploration has always been a point of contention, whether it is the religious perspective or the allocation of funds but one thing that was always consistent was the appeal to broaden and expand our knowledge of the solar system and of space in general. NASA has been the frontrunner and forefront of the space exploration game globally and has always had their goals set on being the first to achieve many milestones. The Mars…

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