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morgan, skyler,and saniyah trip to mars

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Mr. Parke

on 30 September 2016

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Transcript of morgan, skyler,and saniyah trip to mars

My Trip To Mars
When:
NASA says the first trip to mars will be in the 2030's.

Trip to mars = roughly 6 months
Trip back to earth = roughly 6 p word 8 months
Time to realign with earth = 18 to 20 months
total trip time = 2 1/2 yrs.

Where:
it takes 18 to 20 months for earth and mars to realign

They are 55 million miles apart
How
,What:
the ship is going to have 5 parts.

1.engine section
2.liquid hydrogen
3.Intertan k
4.liquid oxygen
5.forward skirt(the brains)

Who:
We all were planning to go with our families, friends , and professionals.(scientists and Doctors)
By:
Morgan
,saniyah,

and
Skyler

Mars information
from nasa
Mars is a rich destination for scientific discovery and robotic human exploration as we expand our presence in the Solar system formation and evolution are comparable to Earth, helping us learn more about our own planet’s history and future. Mars had conditions suitable for life in its past. Future exploration could uncover evidence of life, answering one of the fundamental mysteries of the cosmos: Does life exist beyond Earth?
Thanks for watching
p.s. we really don't wanna go to mars
we don't wanna die !!!!!!!!
55 mil. miles
Do we really Wanna go to Mars
Do we really wanna go to mars? no we do not because our families will be worried and we don't want to risk our lives. We don't want to be up in space for a long amount of time.


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