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    Mars Disadvantages

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    Is Mars Exploration Worth? Manned mission to Mars, a human exploration into Mars is really something that a lot of people have been dreaming for such a long time. Even NASA as a space team has been doing planning’s on the future so that humans are able to travel and visit Mars. A lot of people or everyone is very enthusiast on human exploration to mars as no one has ever gone a single step on Mars. And because of this and all of the curiosity and enthusiasm of all people one of space companies

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    Going To Mars

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    Why not to go to mars Going to Mars is a greatly speculated idea being pursued by many scientists. Mars has many dangers. Physical dangers are a major concern when going to colonize on Mars. Ed Regis in his article "Let's Not Move to Mars" published in The New York Times states: "Radiation exposure may increase your cancer risk, it can damage your nervous system, with both acute effects and later consequences."(Regis) Additionally going to Mars can have harmful effects to the inside of your body

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    Life On Mars Analysis

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    there a life beyond earth? What is the mystery in space? Where do dead people go? If God exists what is the nature of God? The author of Life on Mars, Tracy K. Smith deals with these confusing and puzzling relationships of human existence with the universe. She has tried to explain this idea very well in two of her poems in the collection of Life on Mars: “The Weather in Space” and “The Speed of Belief”. In these poems, the use of “space” as a metaphor along with the use of repetition technique by

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    Mars – Should we settle or just visit? By: Megan Bailey 12J You might think that The Race to Mars is topic for the future, but think again. It is taking place right now. There is some controversy towards this Race to Mars, as some believe that it is a planet that people could live on, whereas others believe that we should only visit it. Both, living on Mars, and visiting Mars have various advantages and disadvantages. The real question is: which one would benefit science, and humanity the most

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    Humanity Expanding to Mars Tom Clancy, an American novelist, once said,“We cannot fail to win unless we fail to try.” This statement is completely true. We have to try to do something before we can fail. An example of this is traveling to Mars. Since the first humans traveled into space, humans have wanted to travel to the planet Mars. Mars is the only planet other than Earth that is currently suitable for human life (with help from modern-day technology). Traveling to Mars will ensure humanity’s

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    Mars Red Planet

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    Mars: the Red Planet. It has intrigued us as far back as the Babylonians, who called Mars Negral. The Egyptians were the ones to give Mars a name based on color, the “Red One.” The Romans named their god of war Mars. Over the next almost 2000 years, numerous astronomers did research and observed the planet trying to understand its atmosphere and what may be on the surface. Rover landings in 1997 and 2004 gave us the first up close look at Mars’ surface and is the basis for all the skepticism we have

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    Mars Persuasive Essay

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    back. They will have to stay and live the rest of their lives on Mars. So, if somebody there feels they need to return to Earth, that won’t necessarily be an option. Many people argue that this is unethical because of how extreme and difficult life on Mars will be. Since Mars is much further from the Sun, its temperatures tend to be much lower than Earth 's, with an average temperature of -81 degrees F. (mars.nasa.gov) Living on Mars could possibly be compared to living on Antarctica. However, there

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    Persuasive Essay On Mars

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    States have long been competing to send humans to Mars for a long time. The unceasing quest of humanity toward this unknown world of the universe is truly marvelous. According to the New York Times Upfront journal, NASA sent one of the twin astronauts to space to see what impact humans have had in space for a long time. The astronaut who returned a year later was two inches taller and younger. This NASA study is a preparatory step for a human Mars exploration mission by 2030s that will take at least

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    Stranded on Mars is a difficult situation, but being alone and a slim chance of being rescued Mark is unlikely to survive. With the crew that left Mark returning to save him, he must travel over 3,200 kilometers in a modified rover that is not intended to travel that far. With limited food, air, and water his chances of making it to the rescue zone are not great, but Mark is persistent to try and save his life regardless. Evaluating why Mark is on Mars, predicting if he will be rescued, and visualizing

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    Mars Polar Lander Essay

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    Introduction This is a report on the Mars Polar Lander review board report as per this student’s estimation. The Mars Polar Lander and Deep Space 2 Missions were launched on 3rd January 1999, using a single space vehicle, from Kennedy Space Center. After entering the Mars atmosphere, the communication ended, but did not restart after 24 minutes as scheduled. Finally after several failed attempts on re-establishing communication, on 16th December 1999, the Deputy Director of the Laboratory appointed

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    decline of the Earth in recent years. Some have suggested settling Mars or other planets, while others say that we should stay on Earth and take better care of it to save it. So what should we do? Cultivate Mars, or cultivate yards? First, what is wrong with settling Mars? Mars could take many centuries to be inhabitable, and would cost large quantities of resources and money. This is however not to say we could not, settle Mars, just that it is a more long-term solution. The problem, though, is

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    and we should move there someday. The Red Planet, also known as Mars, is the fourth planet from Sun in our solar system. It is a cold desert planet with flat lands and largest volcanoes such as Olympus Mons. Mars is under the thin and cold atmosphere which may be the evidence that liquid water cannot exist. However this mysterious planet gives a clue of the possibility of liquid water existence which is the valleys and channels in Mars. This planet has strong dust storms, seasons, and the average temperature

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    Is Colonizing Mars A Good Idea? Should N.A.S.A really risk the lives of people to colonize Mars? You can never go back to Earth, you have to wear a spacesuit every time you go outside, and it is risky to send people there. Colonizing Mars is a bad idea. You can never go back to Earth. People who want to go to Mars are leaving their family’s forever. When people choose to go to Mars, they have chosen to never breathe in fresh air, and the colonists have to eat freeze dried food. They will never

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    colonizing Mars the best location for humans to start a new home? For starters, colonizing the moon would be a much more efficient second home. Terraforming Mars is very tedious and challenging process with many methods that are only theoretical. Mars is a very costly project that will cost organizations and investors a metric ton of money. Those who are obsessed with colonizing Mars would tell you how it could save the human race, it won't fail, it’s worth the cost, and terraforming will turn Mars into

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    Colonizing Mars Mars is often voted by people as being the most likely place for humans to colonize after we are done with Earth. This is often said because of Mars’s similar size to Earth and similar climate. However, Mars might not be the best place to go when we decide to make our first extra-terrestrial home. Whether you believe we should colonize another planet or not, evidence proves that moving to Venus is both logical and cost effective. There is much more promise in visiting Venus and much

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    agreement made in the Outer Space Treaty of 1967, which says that nations must take care to avoid contaminating the planets they explore. The planet that NASA is concerned mostly is Mars. This is due to the fact that the Mars rovers contain microbes from Earth, which may potentially be harmful to whatever life may be on Mars. Most of these microbes feed on rock, like lichen, which “. . . basically eat rock and they breathe sunlight.” That being said, the rovers are not allowed to enter what are known

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    terraforming Mars needs to happen, for the survival of our species, the opportunities for resource harvesting, and its diplomatic potential. Earth has been struck multiple times by space objects, such as asteroids, triggering mass extinctions. “Every few million years, the Earth tends to be wiped clear of almost all life in a globally catastrophic event (read:asteroid collision). An asteroid the size of Dactyl could wipe us off the face of the Earth.” The author of the “terraforming mars” doc writes

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    planet, potentially Mars. Mars is the fourth planet in our solar system. One main goal of NASA is to colonize Mars. In order to accomplish this task, there needs to some samples collected from Mars. This mission will explore Mars by collecting samples of its rocks, soil, and atmosphere. Rovers will accompany astronauts throughout this mission. The purpose of this mission is to collect samples of rocks, soil, and atmosphere from Mars. This will help scientists find ways to colonize Mars. The rock samples

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    What does make human mission to Mars beneficial? NASA unveiled their scheme of manned expedition to Mars by 2030, and it added fuel to the controversy of the question: Should humans explore to Mars instead of rovers or not. It goes without saying that manned expedition is more risky and needs billions of money. However, human exploration to the Red planet excels in its several benefits. Therefore, this essay will demonstrate three aspects of positive result of manned expedition; social changes,

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    Mars has a very rough surface, like mountains, large rocks, and canyons. You may think that since Mars’ soil is bright red, that the temperature would be boiling hot. Mars is the fourth planet from the sun, and approximately 142 million miles away. Mars is a sixth of the size of Earth, and has one third of the gravity. So anything on the planet seems much lighter. Mars also has a much thinner atmosphere. The planet being considered the “Red Planet”, gets the color from the massive amounts of iron

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