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  • Have We Finally Discovered Life On Mars?

    Have We Finally Discovered Life On Mars?

    A Meteorite Finally Reveals Life On Mars? We have been fascinated by the big red planet for a long time.So…it stands to reason that we would also debate about life on Mars, as it is the closest Earth like planet. A team of scientists at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., has found evidence of past water movement throughout a Martian meteorite, reviving debate in the scientific community over life on Mars. […]

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  • A Comet Heads For Mars

    A Comet Heads For Mars

    Comet 2013A1 Over the years we have sent dozens of probes and rovers to explore Mars. Today there are 3 active satellites circling Mars,Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter,Mars Odyssey and Mars Express.Meanwhile 2 Rovers wheel on the Mars’s red soil below. The solar powered Rover Opportunity and the nuclear powered Curiosity. A comet is heading for Mars, and there is a chance that it might hit the Red Planet in October 2014. An impact wouldn’t necessarily mean the end of NASA’s Mars […]

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  • Is NASA Hiding This?

    Is NASA Hiding This?

    This video is silent. It was made about 2 months ago by Monte Williams. I have watched it a few times and cannot decide if its a hoax or he can really see what he is showing. All the photos used are freely available from the linked websites below. You decide what you see.Let me know your opinion. Here are the websites links: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/MPF/parker/TwnPks_RkGdn_rite_full.jpg http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/msl/multimedia/pia16057.html http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/msl/multimedia/pia16153b.html Enjoy and share….

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  • Colonizing Mars?

    Colonizing Mars?

    Have we found a solution to warming up Mars,solving the global warming problem here on Earth and making Mars a habitable planet? We know how to warm a planet quite well here on Earth…so why not use the same way on Mars? Or do we have an alternative way to use on Mars.Well watch this video and let me know what you think. Enjoy and share….

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  • Lets Go To Mars!

    Lets Go To Mars!

    This is a question that’s been asked many times…can man live on Mars? Well the Curiosity Rover may give us the answer eventually. In this video Hank revisits his passion for exploring the Red Planet, breaking down the two biggest challenges of sending humans to Mars: radiation and propulsion. He explains the science behind the obstacles future Mars-bound astronauts will face, as well as the technology they’ll have to use to surmount them.Hank has a way of explaining things that […]

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  • Was Mars Ever Earth-like?

    Was Mars Ever Earth-like?

    This video gives us an insight into MAVEN’s upcoming mission to Mars. While Mars Rover Curiosity is studying the Red Planet from the ground, the Maven satellite will give us important data taken from the upper atmosphere. Was Mars ever full of water, and as lush as the forests of Earth? By studying various atomic and molecular processes, Maven will help to decipher the mysterious history of Mars. Enjoy and share…..

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  • Curiosity’s Discoveries on the Road to Mt. Sharp

    Curiosity’s Discoveries on the Road to Mt. Sharp

    Curiosity has been charged with a heavy burden in this mission to Mars. Scientists have many questions that they want answers to, no small job. In this video we join the scientists who manage Curiosity’s journey to Mt. Sharp in reveling in its ongoing discoveries. Find out what the rover is looking for, how it’s navigating the rocky terrain, and what ultimately the journey means to its human patrons. It’s one of the most sophisticated, and inspiring, missions ever undertaken […]

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  • Curiosity Rover Dating Rocks On Mars

    Curiosity Rover Dating Rocks On Mars

    NASA’s Curiosity has determined the age of a Martian rock and provided first readings of radiation on the surface of Mars. In a little more than a year on the Red Planet, the mobile Mars Science Laboratory has determined the age of a Martian rock, found evidence the planet could have sustained microbial life, taken the first readings of radiation on the surface, and shown how natural erosion could reveal the building blocks of life. Curiosity team members presented these […]

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  • The Evolution of Mars

    The Evolution of Mars

    4 Billions of years ago when the Red Planet was young, it appears to have had a thick atmosphere that was warm enough to support oceans of liquid water, a critical ingredient for life. This animation shows how the surface of Mars might have appeared during this ancient clement period, beginning with a flyover of a Martian lake. The artist’s concept is based on evidence that Mars was once very different. Rapidly moving clouds suggest the passage of time, and […]

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  • Are We Obsessive About Mars?

    Are We Obsessive About Mars?

    Curiosity and MAVEN Explore Mars This video animation first shows Curiosity working to understand Mars as a past habitat, than it cuts to MAVEN arriving at Mars to study the upper Martian atmosphere. Curiosity will not be able to “see” MAVEN on its arrival, but later in the mission, Curiosity may be able to view MAVEN when its orbit passes over Gale Crater at dusk, similar to viewing a low-earth-orbiting (LEO) satellite around Earth. As a precedent, Mars rover Spirit […]

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