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    Is There Life on Mars?

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    IS THERE LIFE ON MARS? If you have a chance to go to a country side where you may have a clear view of the sky at night, you probably will discover a red star. That is probably Mars. With its bright and reddish color, Mars stands out for and easily noticed since the ancient times (Discovery). In 1877, astronomer Giovanni Schiaparelli discovered several crisscrossing lines on Mars that he believed to be the canals of water (Discovery). Go along with the hypothesis that life existed on Mars, several

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    Life on Mars?

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    Life on Mars? For years, planet Mars has been in the NASA spotlight. The Red Planet has been explored as images, atmoshpere samples and samples of various surface formations have been collected to continue research in labortories here on Earth. The year of 1965 marked the beginiing of the Mars Program, and ever since rocket born cameras, spacecraft voyages, and other advanced technologies have been a part of the explorations. The Mars Program has been dedicated to finding what the planet

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    COLONIZATION ON MARS Mars has been sitting out in space for so long Scientists have just looked at Mars as just a planet and now we are on the verge of colonizing it. Key resources are needed for Mars, like water, certain gases, and food,and labs in the USA have them all. Scientists should send people to Mars. Water on Mars is highly possible and is key for life on Mars.Scientists have found ways to repurpose water so the humans living on mars can drink purified and edible water.With storage

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    Life on Mars

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    World of Science Science can be found all around you, everything you look at contains some aspect of science within it. Tracy K. Smith uses her poems to draw our attention towards the science used in everyday life. Throughout her book of poems Life on Mars she uses mystical beings or characters to help portray the science around us. Smith starts off the book with a poem called “Sci-Fi” (pg7); having science plainly in the name of the poem she gets the point across that the poem does involve science

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    discovered that there was no life and no atmosphere on the moon. Then the mission changed to Mars. The question is whether life exists on Mars. To continue the mission of Mars Odyssey in 2001, a project was developed by NASA named Phoenix which is a robotic spacecraft orbiting the Mars planet. The total mission cost was about US $386 million, which includes cost of the launch. The mission had two goals. One was to search for evidence of geologic history of water and microbial life. The second goal was to

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    Life On Mars Meaning

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    I chose this poem because I wanted something with themes about either space, time or infinity, and I didn’t want a love poem. I found Tracey K. Smith’s poetry book Life on Mars and was immediately interested. I read a few of the poems in the book and I saw this one and was quickly intrigued by both the content and the idea of writing a melody to a poem with such interesting rhythms. I chose 4/4 and 2/4 time because of Smith’s use of meter. Although much of Smith’s poem breaks metric conventions

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    yourself “Is there life on other planets such as, Mars?” Then, you begin to think if NASA will hire you after you applied 20 years ago. B. Speaker Credibility: When I took an astronomy course at USC, my class was getting into life on Mars. At the moment of my semester, NASA discovered water on Mars. This was a discovery that caught my attention therefore, decided to speak about it. C. Thematic Statement: Today I will speak and explain if it is possible for Mars to contain life. D. Preview Statement:

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    idea, “Was there life on Mars, and is there still today.” Never has a Scientist been one hundred percent certain, but a few have been pretty darn sure that life has and still exists on Mars. Bacteria and water have said to be found on Mars a long time ago but is there still bacteria and water on it today. Probes from NASA have gone to Mars to find any kind of lifeform and found samples of water and maybe bacteria. With this finding scientist want to claim for there to be life on Mars but in order to

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    possibility of life on Mars. There have been questions of pictures taken from Mars and skepticism about why some of the recent landings have failed. Scientists, until now, have been doubtful about life on Mars. The reason being is because of the similarities it has to our planet; from the volcanoes, and canyons to the weather, different seasons, and even the amount of time in a day. But throughout all of these speculations, what does research have to say on the possibility of life on Mars? Mars is the fourth

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    Cons Of Colonizing Mars

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    Colonizing Mars through the Economic and Political Lens Humans have always searched for something better in every aspect of life. Out of this thirst came innovations such as the telephone, motorized vehicle, and even plumbing. Now, some are searching for a new planet to live on altogether, and their eyes are fixed on Mars. A new planet would mean the possibility of saving Earth’s resources by using resource and idea exports from Mars, but also major implications, such as the problems with how Mars’s

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