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    watch an American citizen take their first steps on Mars. "NASA aims to extend human presence deeper into the solar system and to the surface of Mars," states a well-educated member of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ("NASA's Journey to Mars: Pioneering Next Steps in Space Exploration" [4]). However, would colonizing The Red Planet be a threat to America's economy and to the lives of brave astronauts? With no prior experience on Mars, there is no possible way to predict what…

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    Shouldn’t Go to Mars Why would you want to go to mars when you know nothing about the planet. You might know its the so called “Red Planet” but do you know anything else. Did you know there's --extreme weather on Mars that include insane dust storms, -81 degree temperature, and last but not least your pocketbook. On Mars there are severe conditions that could change your life forever.On mars you can’t you could die from its deadly radiation that could kill you instantly.Also on mars you're…

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    on the planet Mars. “Mars is only about one-half the diameter on Earth, but both planets have roughly the same amount of dry land surface area, and both planets share some similar elements” according to phoenix.edu (2010). There are many similarities between both planets which are Earth and Mars such as the prospects for generating food, oxygen, and there are places that are appropriate for building. In addition, Mars is the best planet for living because of many reasons such as Mars is one of…

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    Humans Shouldn’t waste Time and Money Visiting Mars There is so much data out there in this world that leads humans to want to go to other planets. Not only want to, but eventually people may need to go to other planets and there is a chance that it could become a huge part of life and a huge step up from where humans are today. A new galaxy has been discovered called TRAPPIST-1 which has seven Earth like planets, three of them suitable for life. If humans could get to this galaxy which is…

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    colony on Mars, depicts this hope. Mars. Mars is the first choice planet for humanity to settle because it is the closest, and there is a chance it could one day support life. Before people get all gung ho to go to Mars, there is some moral questionability to this topic. Brian Patrick Green discusses and comments on these moral questions in his article, “Is it Ethical to Colonize Mars.” Some of Green’s techniques are weak, but he effectively builds an argument for why people should colonize…

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    Mars Exploration For centuries mankind has been fascinated by the night sky. Countless numbers of scientists have dedicated their lives to learning and exploring our solar system. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has consistently lead the USA and the world in space experimentation and planned missions. One area they have actively pursued is the study of Mars. NASA has researched planet Mars for over decades and recently released a detailed plan containing their strategy for a…

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    Introduction Mars colonization is a topic that has been brought to the attention of the media and of the public in recent years by aspirations made by companies such as SpaceX and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Several factors make it a topic worth discussing about, like concerns regarding the continuity of the human species and economical, technological and scientific worth of that endeavor. In this way, markets will suffer significant impacts once humans strive to…

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    In Edgar Rice Burroughs’s story, “Under the Moons of Mars,” there are many instances of both fantasy and science fiction. When the narrator is describing things, he talks in a very scientific way. When describing a creature from Mars, he tells the reader, “the feet themselves were heavily padded… (which) is a characteristic feature of the fauna of Mars” (151). This is the way a scientist would talk about an animal, not the way a layperson tells someone about what they saw. The narrator also…

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    If you're crazy enough and want to go to Mars, I think this will change your mind; Only 1/3 of spacecrafts sent to Mars have been successful, and that could be your ship that doesn't make it. NASA is launching a spacecraft with four people to try to colonize Mars, which means they will not be allowed to go back to Earth. We should not go to Mars because of the risks included, death, serious injury, and massive failure. Mars is an unforgiving place where a small mistake or accident can result…

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    dark lines appear and disappear seasonally on the surface of Mars. The lines would appear and vanish in the same places during the warmer seasons, near the planet’s equator. This phenomenon is known as slope lineae. NASA has just confirmed that saltwater found in perchlorates’ crystal structure is what causes this to happen. This is very controversial because it raises the intriguing questions of whether or not life could exist on Mars. However, scientists don’t know where this water is coming…

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