In the article, “Could Humans Actually Live on Mars?”, by Laurie Vazquez, scientists and experts are finding new ways to transport humans from Earth to Mars. Up until this point, people have only sent robots to Mars. Since humans have never personally been there, this could be a great event in history. Although there are many concerns regarding health and cost, people should start traveling to Mars to see if it is a suitable living space for humans. If real people could live on Mars, that would give the whole world the chance to keep living even after the planet dies.
Soon Mars could become another livable planet with people walking around on it. Earth is being overpopulated fast and Mars could be the solution. Mars has territory that the Earth needs. Once scientists send a few people and learn about mars we can send more people up to Mars. Eventually mars will be just like Earth, with cities, farms and people roaming around. People going up to mars can build us a new planet.
In conclusion, colonizing Mars is a terrible idea There is no known natural source of water, Once you get there you cannot come back , and If you get sick, the astronauts
When the waves stop taking the lives of those innocent people, I will come. She couldn't write anything else, she, Sabina Mars, was speechless. She was writing a letter concerning the whereabouts of her to her family, who sent her to Germany to earn money for the family. Her parents thought it would be best for her to go because she is well with horses and it would be easy for her to find work. But she had not found any work, not yet anyway, but she could not tell her family that, all their hopes were on her shoulders and she was determined not to let them down.
The following is a case study of a lesson by Mr. Villanueva reviewing lessons on the planet Mars for an upcoming test. Mr. Villanueva uses many different ways of incorporating both semantic memory and episodic memory as well as the demonstration of long-term memory in his lesson. During the lesson, the importance of attention in memory and recall is seen throughout. This paper describes and inspects the Mars in Review case and what theories were incorporated into this lesson. It critically examines each aspect of this lesson and the correlation between behaviorist theories of learning.
Throughout time, the number three has always borne a particular significance. The triangle is, after all, the most structurally sound shape, and it would seem that relationships formed of three are equally as strong. In recent years, amongst all the great literary and historic triumvirates, a new trio for the modern age has come to light: The Holy Trinity of Insecure R&B Artists.
In conclusion, our process to discover mars has just begun, scientists might have to invent some new options to bring our abilities up to space level. Exploring Mars is definitely one of the biggest challenges scientists will ever face, simply because there are so many obstacles we are facing, and preparing for the trip has taken a lot more time than was expected by NASA in 1969. I personally think that we at least need about 2 or more decades so scientists will be able to find better options and invent more useful and helpful ideas. President John F. Kennedy said: “We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard”. Our mission to the moon is not as easy as it was thought would be, scientists need a lot more time and management to this particular problem. Going to a completely different plant and exploring it requires a lot of time, a new way of thinking, and a lot of corporation and
Forrest Edward Mars Sr. was born in 1904 to Frank C Mars and Ethel G Kissack. Forrest first got his taste for the Mars company because his father made butter cream candy from their kitchen in the home in Tacoma, Washington. Frank expands his candy making to Minnesota and crafts what is called the Nougat House in which the candy then were called Patricia chocolates. From the Nougat house, the Milky Way candy bar is introduced and becomes an instant success, where full-time sales staff have to be hired. In 1929, the company becomes Mars Incorporated and Frank works hard enough to make the years amazing, with Forrest newly entering the business. Snickers are launched in 1930, while Forrest moves to the United Kingdom in hopes of working on his
In 1932 Forrest Mars went to England to begin his own business. He was inspired by his father that had his very own business going. Mars had copied another company. Mars began his product (M&M’S) at a factory in Newark, New Jersey in 1941. After M&M’S started going into business Bruce Murrie and him decided to get together and work. (Mental Floss)
The topic of Mars has long been of interest to astronomers and science fiction enthusiast alike. The premise of another planet supporting life excites people like no other. In 2004, The United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA, began preliminary science experiments and instrument proposals for the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) and a robotic space probe mission to Mars. After long testing and development stages, the mission birthed a rover, Curiosity, which was launched in November 2011 and subsequently landed August 6th 2012. As we speak Curiosity is collecting invaluable data for our understanding of mars including: habitability, climate and geology, and possibly setting up a manned mission to mars in the
The quote above gives a quick biography on Mars. Mars is a dry, desert like planet that is between Earth and the Asteroid belt and Jupiter. It is the fourth planet from the Sun and the second closest to Earth (first being Venus). Mars is just over one half the size of Earth and has just over one third of Earth 's gravity, and the surface area on Mars is nearly the same as land area on Earth. It has a very weak magnetic field, so a lot of the Suns radiation gets to the surface. Its atmosphere is less than 1% as dense as Earth’s and 95% of it is carbon dioxide. 1 year on Mars is 687 days and has an average surface temperature of -62 degrees Celsius. But Mars does have its similarities, It travels only 4 miles per second slower around the sun, its tilt is 25 degrees, compared to Earth 's 23.5. 1 day on Mars is just 41 minutes longer than Earths, and Mars’ surface temperature range is the closest in the Solar System to Earth’s. http://www.universetoday.com/22603/mars-compared-to-earth/. But
Over the past few months people all over the world have applied for a mission to go to the red planet, Mars. Four lucky people will be chosen to go live on Mars. They will have to endure eight to ten years of brutal training. In addition, their every movement will be watched and scrutinized. After all of this, these few people will be the first to live and to die on Mars. Going to Mars is a dangerous mission. The smallest mistake can lead to ultimate mission failure. Even the tiniest of errors can cause engine failure, cosmic radiation contamination, or a shortage of power.
The Martian moons, Phobos and Deimos were discovered in 1877 by American astronomer Asaph Hall who was working for the US Naval Observatory at the time. Using the largest telescope at the time, the USNO 66-cm refracting telescope, he was able to visually see Phobos and Deimos. Hall on the suggestion of Henry Madan, Science Master of Eton College, used Homer’s Illiad, to name the two moons Phobos meaning Panic or Fear and Deimos meaning Terror or Dread. Phobos and Deimos being the attendants or sons of the Greek god Ares the counterpart to Roman god Mars. Hall had seen an object orbiting close to the planet mars on the 10th but could not identify it clearly because of bad weather. Hall discovered Deimos on the 12th of August and over the course
The grass is a rich shade of green and covers every blemish in the land, creeping across rolling hills and valleys. Tidy rows of apple and apricot trees surround a massive, perfectly circular lake dotted with sailboats. Lush, verdant meadows lie on the lakeshore across from the orchard, flowers of all shapes and colors, some with blooms the size of watermelons. It’s like a vision of paradise. And in the southern sky, barely more than a speck, is planet Earth. If we utilize the technology of terraforming, or transforming a barren planet to resemble Earth and support human life, this could be a description of Mars.