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Because in my case, I'm hyped.

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Considering that there is a very real possibility that earth is the only planet with life on it in the entire universe doesn't it make it extremely important that we go to Mars? It would be the first time any life managed to survive on another planet outside of earth and would make a trip to Mars humanities greatest accomplishment.
Why don't politicians seem to care about that?

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How do we do it?
What location would be the best one for a colony?
How do we protect ourselfs from the radiation?
How do we keep warm?
Do we need to go underground?
How can we sustain human life on surface?
How do we deal with 38% of Earth's gravity?

We can figure this out, /sci/, I know we can.

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Why is Mars so small?

>> No.8168434 [View]
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If you had the opportunity to be the first person to set foot on another planet, would you do it? The only downside is: it's a one-way trip. Your chances of ever seeing Earth again are slim.

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Suppose there was once intelligent life on mars. How would we go about discovering that? A similar thread a while back about how would an intelligent species who just arrived on earth after millions of years discover we where once here mentioned fissile material. If the martians used fission, could we detect it from space? Or would we need to sweep the entire surface, and maybe underground, to know?

Super Tsunami on mars 3.4My ago
http://www.nature.com/articles/srep25106

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/sci/, what do I have to do to be among the first to set foot on Mars?

Freshman right now, I'd like to mainly study chemistry, but my options are open.

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How do you deal with retards who dont understand that mars only has 1/3 earth gravity?

People seem to grasp the unbreathable atmosphere just fine.

People just think its a red earth.

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Hey /sci/, I kinda suck at science but I keep wondering about 1 thing: will we ever be able to turn Mars into a planet with forests, cities and blue skies? And how could we do that / Why couldn't we?



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