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Gullies in Gasa Crater

Gullies in Gasa Crater

Inverted channels in Gale Crater

Inverted channels in Gale Crater

Amateur space image processor Kevin Gill shares some of his stunning 3D images of Mars, created from real spacecraft data.

Amateur space image processor Kevin Gill shares some of his stunning 3D images of Mars, created from real spacecraft data.

Intrepid Crater from Opportunity

Intrepid Crater from Opportunity

Ancient Mars Could Have Harbored Life for a Long, Long Time - Scientific American

Ancient Mars Could Have Harbored Life for a Long, Long Time - Scientific American

I love Martians. Or in other words, the idea of life existing on Mars. And  not in a Science-Fictiony sort of way—that is, little green guys planning  to come and conquer Earth—I mean it in more of a microbial sense. Maybe  even tiny little creatures of some kind. I'm not certain that they exist,  but it's definitely an intriguing hypothesis to ponder.

Forty Years of Robots on Mars—But Where are all of the Martians?

I love Martians. Or in other words, the idea of life existing on Mars. And not in a Science-Fictiony sort of way—that is, little green guys planning to come and conquer Earth—I mean it in more of a microbial sense. Maybe even tiny little creatures of some kind. I'm not certain that they exist, but it's definitely an intriguing hypothesis to ponder.

After homo sapiens becomes a multi-planet species would we remain a single species of humanity? What would it take to lead to development of a new species? Put another way, how long would humans on Mars remain human?

Low gravity and high radiation: Would humans remain human on Mars?

After homo sapiens becomes a multi-planet species would we remain a single species of humanity? What would it take to lead to development of a new species? Put another way, how long would humans on Mars remain human?

Since Opportunity landed on Mars back in 2004, the red planet has gone  around the sun 6.38 times. Earth has gone around the sun 12 times. That's  4265 sunrises on Mars, or 4380 sunrises on Earth (a Martian day is 24  hours, 39 minutes, and 35 seconds long)—or, about 70,000 sunrises on board  the International Space Station.   Fast-forward twelve long, dusty years on Mars, and Opportunity is a long  way beyond its planned 90-day shelf-life. NASA's twin Spirit and  Opportunity rovers ...

How Has Opportunity Sur-Thrived 12 Years on the Frigid Dunes of Mars?

Since Opportunity landed on Mars back in 2004, the red planet has gone around the sun 6.38 times. Earth has gone around the sun 12 times. That's 4265 sunrises on Mars, or 4380 sunrises on Earth (a Martian day is 24 hours, 39 minutes, and 35 seconds long)—or, about 70,000 sunrises on board the International Space Station. Fast-forward twelve long, dusty years on Mars, and Opportunity is a long way beyond its planned 90-day shelf-life. NASA's twin Spirit and Opportunity rovers ...

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