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Little Green Men On Mars
602 wordsLittle Green Men or Just Little Microscopic Organisms? The question of life on Mars is a puzzle that has plagued many minds throughout the world. Life on Mars, though, is a reality. When you think of Martians, you think of little green men who are planning to invade Earth and destroy all human life, right? Well, some do and some do not. Though believing that there are little green men on Mars is just a fantasy, or is it? The kind of life that may have lived there is the kind you would never cons...
House On Mars
532 wordsMartian Chronicles The Martian Chronicles, written by Ray Bradbury, is about man's journey to Mars in 26 loosely connected stories. Each story tells a different perspective of the new frontier and Bradbury's view on humans. The book begins with Earth facing war and man sending rockets to Mars in search of a new life. After several failed expeditions men finally begins to live on Mars. The Martian race is known either to be extinct or living in the mountains because the chicken pox wiped out most...
1,216 wordsThe planet Mars has always been interesting to me, because it is such a big mystery to everyone. It is important the astronomer today learn more about Mars for one day that could be our home planet. Space exploration has always been huge, what problem there might be, how long it would take, and what would make it safe. Therefore to prepare for all of those things, you must first research your destination. The net Mars is an interesting and mysterious planet. It is often referred to as the Red Pl...
Same Thing As The Teleclone Mark IV
910 wordsI am an astronaut stranded on Mars whose spaceship has broken down beyond repair. In my disabled craft there is a Teleclone Mark IV teleport er that can swiftly and painlessly dismantle my body, producing a molecule-by-molecule blueprint to be beamed to Earth. There, a Teleclone receiver stocked with the requisite atoms will produce, from the beamed instructions me- composite with all my memories, thoughts, feelings, and opinions. If I activate the Teleclone Mark IV, I believe that I am the astr...
Past Geological Features Of Mars
1,654 wordsOn July 4, 1997 the Mars Pathfinder finally came to rest after ninety minutes of bouncing around on the Martian surface. The purpose of the mission was to explore the Martian surface, collect and analyze the chemical makeup of Martian rocks, and test the new technology and software put into this mission. Scientists back on Earth hoped to advance their knowledge of the Martian surface and from that data, reconstruct past surface features. Using this important data, scientists can determine the ha...
Meteorite's Magnetite Martian Bacteria
1,999 wordsH.G. Wells wrote in his book, 'War of the Worlds', about Martian invasion toward earth. He mentioned, 'No one would have believed, in the last years of the nineteenth century that this world was being watched keenly and closely by intelligences greater than man's and yet as mortal as his own; that as men busied themselves about their various concerns they were scrutinized and studied, perhaps almost as narrowly as man with a microscope might scrutinize the transient creatures that swarm and mult...
Data From Mars Global Surveyor
1,648 wordsMars (Greek: Ares) is the god of War. The planet probably got this name due to its red color; Mars is sometimes referred to as the Red Planet. (An interesting side note: the Roman god Mars was a god of agriculture before becoming associated with the Greek Ares; those in favor of colonizing and terra forming Mars may prefer this symbolism.) The name of the month March derives from Mars. Mars has been known since prehistoric times. It is still a favorite of science fiction writers as the most favo...
Ground Ice On Devon Island
981 wordsThe NASA Haughton-Mars Project. A thousand miles or so from the Earth's North pole lies our planet's largest uninhabited island, Devon Island. Devon Island is the largest uninhabited island on Earth, with a surface area of approximately 66,800 km 2. Its geology presents two major provinces: a thick (presently ~ 1.3 km) sub horizontal sequence of Paleozoic (Cambrian to Devonian) marine sedimentary rocks dominated by carbonates (dolomite and limestone) forming part of the Arctic Platform; and a Pr...
Volcanoes In The Tharsis Region Of Mars
1,102 wordsMars is the fourth planet from the sun at about 228 million-km (141 million miles) and the last terrestrial planet from the sun. The next five planets in order from the sun are gaseous. Mars follows closely behind Earth but is comparatively smaller, with about half the diameter of Earth and about one-tenth of Earth's mass. Thus the force of gravity on Mars is about one-third of that on Earth. Though it is much smaller, Mars does have the same surface land area as Earth. Other than Earth, Mars po...
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