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Mars One Majestic

Caress The Stars
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Andy Osorio

on 15 November 2016

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Transcript of Mars One Majestic

How Will This Fix Overpopulation?
We can get people and put them over there.
How Will This Safeguard Us From The Oncoming Apocalypse?
Well if we could go to Mars we could ensure that when we inevitably wipe humanity from Earth we can still thrive on some other planet.
Mars One:The Mission of a Lifetime
By: Andy Osorio
David Chio
Marvin Martinez
Luis Rivera
How does it feel being so small?
What if we could be great and rule all?
Mission Control!
Mars is the fourth planet from the sun and was named by the Romans after their god of war, Mars.
Mars' color comes from it's deposit of iron-rich minerals on it's outer layer.
Mars has the largest volcanoes in the galaxy, they can go up to 17 miles in height.
Mars contains a thin atmosphere.
Some of Mars' geological features are channels, valleys, and gulleys.
It has been theorized that at some point in Mars' lifetime there may have been liquid water.
The Martian surface is not protected from the rays of the sun.
Citations

Choi, Charles. "Mars Facts: Life, Water and Robots on the Red Planet | Space.com." Space. 4 Nov. 2014. Web. 15 May 2015.


What Is The Problem?
Conclusion
Our problem is that we are not on Mars.
We've been to the Moon
The Moon was the very first place we have sent astronauts to reach our goal of space exploration and to be among the stars. Why stop there?
We need to go to Mars and begin a new generation.
What Would Going To Mars Give Us?
Advance the human race as a whole.
To fix overpopulation.
Prepare for the oncoming apocalypse.
The aspirations of Mars One cannot become reality without more funding.
How Will This Advance Humanity?
Colonizing Mars would help overpopulation, be an evactuation plan for an Earth ending disaster, and to expand the human race on another planet. Us humans must endeavor the task of living on Mars as for the moon is not the limit.
It will get us closer to the stars.
We could finally become a multi planet civilization.
If there are natural resources on Mars we could have a whole new planet full of untapped potential.

Is This A Safe Mission to do?
Although life in space may be potentially difficult it has yet to be discovered if the Martian surface can support plant life.
Even if plant life cannot survive on the Martian surface Mars One is planning on sending a greenhouse pod along with the residential pods.
Fund Mars One to make that happen.
Lan, Steadman. "Why Mars Colonists May Die in 68 Days." Ebsco. Staedman, 17 Oct. 2014. Web. 19 May 2015.


What is Mars One?
Mars One is a Dutch non-profit organization to colonize Mars.
Mars One was was founded in March of 2011 by Bas Lansdorp and Arno Wielders
When Will We Get There?
Mars One has prepared a roadmap showing the estimated missions and when they will be completed.
The Mars One Mission


The mission to Mars is to have human settlements on Mars.
To bring humanity together.
To inspire.
To find our place in the universe
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