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man on mars

SPACE
Our solar system consist of eight planets. But we have a very little knowledge about them. There are certain questions which come to our mind as: Is there life? Is it possible to settle there? Is there any energy source which we can use? And so many..

MARS
Mars Is The Fourth Planet From The Sun It Has an Average Temperature of -50C Mars Circles The Sun Every 687 Days Mars Has Polar Ice Caps (Frozen Water) One Day on Mars Would Last For 24 hours 37 minutes Mars Has 2 Moons Phobos and Deimos Mars Has The Highest Mountain in The Solar System Olympus Mons

Different Aspects
Now we have two aspects to see the MISSION ON MARS 1. What we have achieve till now? 2. For what we are doing all this?

ROVER
ROVERS IS THE FIRST ROBOT OF ITS KIND WHICH NASA AND I B M HAD DEVELOP FOR THE MARS MISSION IT CONSISTS FOLLOWING PART

Panoramic Camera (Pancam): for determining the mineralogy, texture, and structure of the local terrain.

Miniature Thermal Emission Spectrometer (Mini-TES): for identifying promising rocks and soils for closer examination and for determining the processes that formed Martian rocks. The instrument will also look skyward to provide temperature profiles of the Martian atmosphere.

Mssbauer Spectrometer (MB): for close-up investigations of the mineralogy of iron-bearing rocks and soils.

Alpha Particle X-Ray Spectrometer (APXS): for close-up analysis of the abundances of elements that make up rocks and soils.

Magnets: for collecting magnetic dust particles. The Mssbauer Spectrometer and the Alpha Particle X-ray Spectrometer will analyze the particles collected and help determine the ratio of magnetic particles to non-magnetic particles. They will also analyze the composition of magnetic minerals in airborne dust and rocks that have been ground by the Rock Abrasion Tool.

Microscopic Imager (MI): for obtaining close-up, high-resolution images of rocks and soils.

Rock Abrasion Tool (RAT): for removing dusty and weathered rock surfaces and exposing fresh material for examination by instruments onboard.

WHAT WE GET
IT Determine whether Life ever arose on Mars IT Characterize the Climate of Mars IT Characterize the Geology of Mars IT Prepare for Human Exploration

What Is It Made Of?


Mars has a central core made of iron. In this way, the Red Planet is similar to Earth. On top of the iron core, Mars has a layer of rock, again like Earth, but Mars' rock layer is much thicker than that of the Earth. Also, Mars has a very thin atmosphere, or layer of air, that covers the planet. The atmosphere of Mars is much thinner than that of Earth, but Mars still has weather, including dust storms and clouds.

SURFACE
Mars has a rocky, dusty surface, complete with clouds and dust storms that can cover the whole planet at once. The weather on Mars is very cold, with an average temperature of around -12 degrees Celsius. During the Martian winter, the temperature gets even colder, and can drop to -70 degrees Celsius.

REASONS WHY MARS


MANY FEATURES SIMILAR TO EARTH -RADIUS -TIME OF DAY NIGHT -SURFACE -WATER

FUTURE ASPECTS
POPULATION PROBLEM FUTURE ENERGY

REFERENCES
WWW.GOOGLE www.dustbunny.com WWW.WIKEPEDIA