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apparent to anyone with eyes. There is a lot going on subsurface... a million?,,,I wouldn't give this scene over a mere few hundred years. To me Mars is very active,,,
shure,, plains of shattered rock,, but the sand dunes have a life (sort of) of their own...
Advances (big) being made into carbon dioxide, especially the frozen co2,,,,
Oxy Generators will scale up output, and lighter weight. New info down the pipeline all the time.
With the mean Gravity and Volcanic evidence,, I would expect to see a LOT of caves....These may turn out to be Villages,,, when this MRB is very old history.
With one rock hammer blow, Mars Physics should start. A Bare Minimum,,, Direct to Earth coalition, comparison, identify of components, nature,, and on and on.
Mars is a treasure house of knowledge. First settlers should be well chosen.
A firm Samples to Earth Policy in place.
I feel (as many others do),,, our transportation worries will be taken care of
These first few Earthies on Mars,, when returned will have the rest of their lives on a golden road.
Major, major Rocket Decisions being made,,
''things they are a-changing'',,, United Space Alliance, Army, NASA, Lockheed-Martin,,Here's a good question,,,'How many
Delta Heavies Left?,,, not many,,, Russia
builds the rocket motors of our biggest Space Provider.. the time is getting riper with a quicker pace.
This time next year there will be a lot more
bandwidth for Mars.As the public becomes aware of what our resources for getting to and colonizing Mars becomes more realistic..
maybe soon,,,, that 'one rock hammer blow'
a joe in texas
I was looking at Mars tonight at about 7:48 pm cst.
And it was white in colour and then it dimmed a couple times, and then was almost impossible to see. I told a friend and a phew seconds later it did it again. He also see this. After this it returned to its relish colour.I believe it happend 3 times. I know Venus is close to it. Can anybody explain this
Lake bed sand samples on earth contain many
signs of biological activity; cytoskeletons and diatomaceous earth to name a few. Can CURIOSITY sample and magnify some sand in the lake bed it is now? Or if they have, could someone direct me to the photos.
Beagle2 landed in the Bulls Eye and intact however not all of the panels successfully deployed meaning there were no comms with Earth or solar power. It is a shame Prof. Colin Pillinger is no longer with us to see his dedication and hard work is on the surface of Mars and only bad luck got in the way of the Champagne moment.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-30784886?ns_mchannel=social&ns_campaign=bbc_breaking&ns_source=twitter&ns_linkname=news_centralposted by Kevin McNulty at 5:25 AM EDT | Discussion (2)