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Private Space Company Plans To Send Space Tourists To Mars By 2018
2013-02-21 15:48:38

Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online One space tourist is leading the initiative to kickstart a 500-day journey to the Red Planet, starting in January 2018. Dennis Tito, the first private space tourist and chairman of Inspiration Mars Foundation, is planning to open up opportunities for people to take a trip to Mars in a 501-day trip. According to a press release, the "Mission for America" is poised at helping to encourage Americans "to believe again, in doing...

Colonizing Mars: Just How Far Away Are We?
2013-02-19 12:39:41

Rayshell Clapper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Mars colonization has been a topic of discussion for decades. Especially since man landed on the moon in 1969, people from a variety of professional backgrounds — including astronauts, sci-fi writers, entrepreneurs, scientists, doctors, video gamers, academics and journalists — have pondered the possibility of colonizing Mars. But just how far in the future is the first Mars colony? One particularly promising...

Earth To Mars, Just How Far Is It?
2013-02-11 08:41:26

Alan McStravick for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online If you´ve ever had an inquisitive child ask you how far Mars is from Earth and you were unsure how to answer then, you are not alone. On their individual courses around our Sun, Mars and Earth follow an elliptical orbit. Imagine two race cars traveling on two different tracks at differing speeds. This analogy helps you visualize how sometimes these two planets are close together while at other times they are, quite literally,...

Top 5 Amazing Facts About Mars
2012-12-10 17:08:49

Dr. John Millis for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Mars, the subject of human fascination for millennia, is an amazing world with an interesting history. Here, we look at the five most amazing facts about the Red Planet. 1. Mars is only about half the diameter of Earth: We often think of Mars as being quite similar to Earth; a place to visit and potentially inhabit in the future. But while it does bear some similarity with Earth, it is much smaller. In fact“¦...

Curiosity Is Ready To Rove Around On Mars
2012-08-07 15:22:12

Almost nine months after it was launched, Curiosity, NASA's latest rover, landed safely in the Gale Crater of Mars in the wee hours of August 6 CDT. The last seven minutes were particularly dramatic as the mission executed several complicated maneuvers to deliver the car-sized rover through the thin Martian atmosphere and gently place it in a very specific location. "Although it was nerve-wracking, everyone was confident, and Curiosity landed with amazing precision, right on time!" said...

Can We Survive A Trip To Mars?
2012-06-25 05:24:24

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com Many have often gazed into the night sky, pondering the beautiful expanse of space, hoping to one day make the journey. While we´ve already landed and tread the grey-dust of the moon, few locales have mystified us and set our passions ablaze like Mars. Often the focus of many Science Fiction novelists and dreamers, Mars also happens to be the planet with the greatest likelihood of sustaining life. Therefore, the mystery and similarities of the distant...

Mars Settlement Planned For 2023
2012-06-04 13:49:06

Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com To some, man setting foot on Mars may seem like a pipe dream, but to one Dutch group, it´s a business idea. A Dutch group, led by Bas Lansdorp, has announced plans to set up a small Mars settlement by 2023. Lansdorp is a researcher from the Netherlands with a Masters in Science from Delft University of Technology. Mars One has a plan to send a communications satellite to the Red Planet by 2016, and then set up several stages of other flights until...

Earth’s Magnetic Field Provides Vital Protection
2012-03-09 03:00:23

A chance alignment of planets during a passing gust of the solar wind has allowed scientists to compare the protective effects of Earth´s magnetic field with that of Mars´ naked atmosphere. The result is clear: Earth´s magnetic field is vital for keeping our atmosphere in place. The alignment took place on 6 January 2008. Using ESA´s Cluster and Mars Express missions to provide data from Earth and Mars, respectively, scientists compared the loss of oxygen from the two...

Water On Mars Could Mean The Planet Is Habitable
2011-12-12 09:01:24

Scientists from the Australian National University have found that “large regions” of the Red Planet could actually sustain terrestrial life. The results are based on the scientists´ findings that extensive regions of the sub-surface of Mars could contain water and be at comfortable enough temperatures to support at least microbial life. In the study -- An Extensive Phase Space for the Potential Martian Biosphere -- published today in the Astrobiology Journal,...

2010-12-06 00:00:39

The KEFTY Company announces today that its revolutionary home exerciser system has been selected by the Mars Institute for use in Summer 2011 onboard concept rovers for future human Moon and Mars exploration operated by the Haughton-Mars Project on Devon Island, High Arctic. St Paul (PRWEB) December 4, 2010 The KEFTY Company announces today that its revolutionary home exerciser system has been selected by the Mars Institute for use in Summer 2011 onboard concept rovers for future human Moon...


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2004-10-19 04:45:40

The Planet Mars -- in astronomy, 4th planet from the sun, with an orbit next in order beyond that of the earth. Physical Characteristics Mars has a striking red appearance, and in its most favorable position for viewing, when it is opposite the sun, it is twice as bright as Sirius, the brightest star. Mars has a diameter of 4,200 mi (6,800 km), just over half the diameter of the earth, and its mass is only 11% of the earth's mass. The planet has a very thin atmosphere consisting...

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