The Human Colonization of Mars

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This paper reviews the work being done in research and preparation toward the human race colonizing Mars. Although Mars is an inhospitable planet, and people have talked about life and living on Mars, for decades, scientists are finally taking action. Thorough research has been and is being conducted. The articles reviewed in this paper, which are, “Mars-mimicking chamber explores habitability of other planets”, “The Pleasures of Suffering for Science”, “Mars could have supported life: Ten years on Mars leads to livable mud”, “Get Paid To Lounge In Bed? Sweet!”, “Thousands Apply For A One-Way (All Expenses Paid) Voyage To Mars”, and “Study: Water could be flowing on Mars now,” describe the ways that we are making progress toward the goal of moving to Mars. The articles, “Mars could have supported life: Ten years on Mars leads to livable mud,” and, “Study: Water could be flowing on Mars now,” show the research being done about water on Mars. The articles, “Mars-mimicking chamber explores habitability of other planets,” and, “Get Paid To Lounge In Bed? Sweet!” describe the planning and testing of how the trips to Mars will work out. The articles, “Thousands Apply For A One-Way (All Expenses Paid) Voyage To Mars,” and, “The Pleasures of Suffering for Science,” describes how we are taking action to actually get there.

Water is significant to life on Mars and we see it was possibly on the planet in the past and also may be there now in warm seasons. Through examination of
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