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Long Lost Life On Mars

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stefano tasking

on 9 January 2014

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Transcript of Long Lost Life On Mars

The Achievement
The mission was to get the Mars rovers to Mars successfully and make the rovers look for evidence that Mars could have supported life.
Ever since the rovers that landed on Mars started finding evidence that Mars supported life
Mars Rovers
Some of the rovers that have landed on Mars successfully are Spirit, Opportunity and Curiosity.
How it Applies to Me
Some think that life might come from Mars and from asteroids and if that true this means that we might not be the only living life form in the universe.
The Needs for the mission
One of the most important thing they needed was a theory, they also needed money, support, technicians, engineers, technology, scientists, research and a subject to work on.
How it Helps in the future
If there ever was life on Mars we could study what was the cause that life on Mars ended and that this doesn't happen to planet Earth.
Long Lost Life On Mars
Mars's History
In 1976 the viking spacecraft gave us the first clear view of Mars.
All these three rovers have found evidence that Mars could have supported life.
All three rovers from the previous slide have succeeded the mission and have found evidence that Mars could have supported life
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Future Missions to Mars
In the future NASA is planning to send another rover called Insight. In 2016 their planning to get a satellite to orbit Mars, in the ExoMars Orbit. In 2018 there planning to send another rover in the ExoMars Rover mission.

After the successful mission with curiosity NASA is planning to send an update newer robotic rover in 2020.
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