Mars is probably the planet that most strikes a chord in the imagination of people than any other. It is the fourth planet from our Sun, and undoubtedly the most similar to Earth of the known planets. Authors such as Edgar Rice Burroughs and Ray Bradbury have fantasized what life might be like on Mars—Mars with its poles and its canals—Mars studied by NASA’s Rover vehicles. Will there be an astronaut visit in the near future? What does it take technologically to get there? What can we hope to learn? Let your inquisitive Bright Hub contributors keep you informed of developments as they occur.
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The US space program is positioning itself for an eventual push to the planet Mars. Reaching the Red Planet will take a technological and human effort the likes of which none of us...
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Our robot emissaries have given us much information about our neighboring planets and solved many of the mysteries that shrouded them before we moved into space. But they have generated...
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How many authors have looked up into the sky and received inspiration from that pretty red object hovering above us? Plenty, that's for sure. The nearness of Mars has perhaps...