Mars

Computers and Space Exploration

Computers and Space Exploration When individuals think of space exploration, they think of the stars of the show such as Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon; or perhaps John Glenn, the first American to orbit the earth. However; those individuals do not ponder on the fact that the behind the scenes …

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Extraterrestrial Volcanoes

Extraterrestrial Volcanoes A volcano is defined, by NASA, as an opening on the surface of a planet or moon that allows material warmer than its surroundings to escape from its interior. While volcanoes are a generally thought of as a feature of Earth, there are plenty of other planets and even moons with a range …

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Mission to Colonize Mars

Mankind has always reached for the “stars” and the moon and its now Mars. The stars are exploding balls of gas like the sun and cannot be landed on. Man went to the moon in 1969, and from that mission has learned how to live in space for a short time successfully. Colonizing Mars is …

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Making Mars A Better Place

Introduction Mars is the fourth planet in the solar system in order of distance from the Sun and size and mass of its number seventh. It is a periodically visible as reddish object in the sky at night. Mars is designated by the symbol ♂, sometimes it’s called the Red Planet, Mars has long been …

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Would I Visit Mars?

Throughout existence, mankind has made extreme advances in many things people find normal today. Things such as: medicine, electricity, communication, and travel. If you would have told someone one-hundred years ago that the United States of America would go to space, better yet put a man on the moon, you would have made a laughing …

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Life On Mars

Getting water on Mars will be a challenging task. However, in the North Pole of Mars, there is a mix between ice and dry ice (co2). Scientists discovered this on a simple mission when they sent the spacecraft Phoenix to the north pole where it took some simple scientific experiments. It simply dug a small …

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“The Red Planet” Mars

Mars, or “The Red Planet”, as it is sometimes referred to due to the red brown color of its surface is the fourth planet from the Sun and is the planet that most relates to Earth out of all those in our solar system. It is 227,940,000 km away from the Sun and the last …

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