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December 2, 2016

I wrote a song about Mars

Hi everyone,
I'm a big Mars space travel enthusiast and to express this I wrote a song called Mars. I uploaded it to youtube. I thought people here may be interested. Here it is:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JB3xlqyIbNk

Feel free to share Smile

posted by Matt Jones at 3:29 PM EDT | Discussion (0)

December 2, 2016

I wrote a Mars rock song

Hi everyone,
I'm a big Mars space travel enthusiast and to express this I wrote a song called Mars. I uploaded it to youtube. I thought people here may be interested. Here it is:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JB3xlqyIbNk

Feel free to share Smile

posted by Matt Jones at 3:28 PM EDT | Discussion (0)

November 27, 2016

Name of programme on Mars?

Hi there,
I have always been fascinated with Mars! Just wondering if anyone in UK that has National Geographic channel knows what the programme was called on Mars that was on Sunday night 27th Nov at 11pm? I had set to record the series Mars after and caught the end of previous programme and not been able to find name of it. I only saw the last few mins. If anyone knows then I may be able to find it on my Sky demand or online somewhere. Thanks!

posted by Marisa at 9:31 PM EDT | Discussion (2)

November 27, 2016

Programme on Mars called?

Hi there,
I have always been fascinated with Mars! Just wondering if anyone in UK that has National Geographic channel knows what the programme was called on Mars that was on Sunday night 27th Nov at 11pm? I had set to record the series Mars after and caught the end of previous programme and not been able to find name of it. I only saw the last few mins. If anyone knows then I may be able to find it on my Sky demand or online somewhere. Thanks!

posted by Marisa at 9:29 PM EDT | Discussion (0)

November 22, 2016

Biosignatures on Mars

www.nature.com/articles/ncomms13554

"Silica deposits on Mars with features resembling hot spring biosignatures at El Tatio in Chile"

Also see

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posted by Barsoomer at 9:25 PM EDT | Discussion (3)

November 17, 2016

New/updated paper about possible evidence for ancient Martian life (Spirit)

There is a new/updated paper about possible evidence for ancient Martian life found by the Spirit rover:

Did the Spirit Mars Rover Find a Biosignature of Past Life?

http://www.leonarddavid.com/did-the-spirit-mars-rover-find-a-biosignature-of-past-life/

Silica deposits on Mars with features resembling hot spring biosignatures at El Tatio in Chile

http://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms13554

posted by Paul Scott Anderson at 8:10 PM EDT | Discussion (0)

November 17, 2016

New/updated paper about possible evidence for ancient Martian life (Spirit)

There is a new/updated paper about possible evidence for ancient Martian life found by the Spirit rover:

Did the Spirit Mars Rover Find a Biosignature of Past Life?

http://www.leonarddavid.com/did-the-spirit-mars-rover-find-a-biosignature-of-past-life/

Silica deposits on Mars with features resembling hot spring biosignatures at El Tatio in Chile

http://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms13554

posted by Paul Scott Anderson at 8:09 PM EDT | Discussion (0)

October 31, 2016

https://aseaworldwhere.blogspot.com.tr/

posted by blog mars at 9:02 AM EDT | Discussion (0)

October 27, 2016

Early Flow on Mars

Here is my take on the geomorphology of Mars:

Mars had a brief turbulent tectonic history. It was preserved in this turbulent state, and a snapshot of that turmoil is captured as the 'frozen out' planet we see today (i.e it is no longer tectonically active, or so that is what I recall...).

Earth on the other hand may also had this early turbulent phase, but has subsequently recycled with slower phase, 'less hot' tectonics, thus masking the original hot phase morphology.

An Increased, early hot phase model (with little recycling) can explain enhanced flow, and when lineaments are marked out on the surface it reveals the turbulent flow regime, Valles Mariners effectively is a massive shear between 2 flowing units (in brittle terms: a tear fault) with Tharsis at the head of the flow where the flow is released on to the surface as volcanoes, almost like the side of the planet is a massive hot spot, with a divided flow (Valles Marineris).

Does anybody know how I can attach an image, using a mac?
Thank you

posted by Finn at 7:49 PM EDT | Discussion (0)

October 24, 2016

School project

Hi all!

We are busy with a target group analysis for a school project. A little bit of background information about our project.
Pretend: Its 2022 and you are settled down on Mars. Life is good. Sometimes a little sand storm but who cares, at least we don't have to pay any taxes (yet). Life is different, so is your mindset. Our project aims to make life safer and easier regarding those dust storms.


We would appreciate it if you could spare some of your time to answer our questions.
1. Why are you interested in Mars?
2. Where does your interest in Mars come from?
3. Where (besides this forum) do your information/ news regarding space traveling and Mars?
4. Would you like to live on Mars eventually and why?
5. What will be the biggest issues of living on Mars?
6. What will you do in case of a strong dust storm on Mars?
7. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for our project?

If you're interested you can follow us on:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MartianSafetyCo
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MartianSafety
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/martiancorp/

Thanks for your time and have a nice day!

posted by Martian Safety at 4:21 AM EDT | Discussion (2)

October 24, 2016

School project

Hi all!

We are busy with a target group analysis for a school project. A little bit of background information about our project.
Pretend: Its 2022 and you are settled down on Mars. Life is good. Sometimes a little sand storm but who cares, at least we don't have to pay any taxes (yet). Life is different, so is your mindset. Our project aims to make life safer and easier regarding those dust storms.


We would appreciate it if you could spare some of your time to answer our questions.
1. Why are you interested in Mars?
2. Where does your interest in Mars come from?
3. Where (besides this forum) do your information/ news regarding space traveling and Mars?
4. Would you like to live on Mars eventually and why?
5. What will be the biggest issues of living on Mars?
6. What will you do in case of a strong dust storm on Mars?
7. Do you have any ideas or suggestions for our project?

If you're interested you can follow us on:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MartianSafetyCo
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MartianSafety
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/martiancorp/

Thanks for your time and have a nice day!

posted by Martian Safety at 4:20 AM EDT | Discussion (0)

October 19, 2016

Elon Musk has already started filming of the landing on Mars.

Already selected the place and have already started shooting.
This part of the filming is already known in Russia.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWVZt0M0sV8

posted by Al at 6:11 AM EDT | Discussion (0)

October 19, 2016

Elon Musk has already started filming of the landing on Mars. Soon we fly to Mars.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWVZt0M0sV8

Already selected the place and have already started shooting.
This part of the filming is already known in Russia.

posted by Al at 6:10 AM EDT | Discussion (0)

October 19, 2016

Elon Musk has already started filming of the landing on Mars. Soon we fly to Mars.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWVZt0M0sV8

Already selected the place and have already started shooting.
This part of the filming is already known in Russia.

posted by Al at 6:09 AM EDT | Discussion (0)

October 18, 2016

Love from Mars on Kindle Scout

I just launched my first book called Love from Mars on Kindle Scout. Six people have been chosen to colonize Mars, including the charismatic and noble Ryan Clarke. Emma, a headstrong reporter, meets Ryan at the Martian Six press conference. Despite the fact that he has a one-way ticket to another planet, they can’t resist their undeniable connection. Their whirlwind romance is rocked by one shocking revelation after another as the mission prepares to launch.

In order to be picked up by the Kindle program, I need nominations. If you nominate the book and it's campaign is successful, you'll receive a free e-book! All you need to nominate is an Amazon account. Here's the link:
https://kindlescout.amazon.com/p/2DLGM5F7LJ8H0

If you're interested in this and other similar stories, sign up for my newsletter at jpcawood.com

posted by JP Cawood at 7:32 PM EDT | Discussion (0)


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