Welcome to Mars.

by Grant Houde

What you have to wear to survive. Also, can humans live here?

Come and be one of the very first humans to ever explore and spend a night in a place where no one has never been before. Which is the planet mars. When you're in mars, you get to wear a special spandex suit that can protect you from the harsh UV lights. Also, the

uniform will come with o space helmet. So you can communicate and breath. Because its atmosphere is mostly carbon dioxide. And the best part is, that the spandex suit has A/C so you can stay warm in the -80 degree weather. The weather stays this way because the sun is 141.6 million miles away from Mars. So yes, humans can live here.

What will the surface of mars look like?

Mars surface is rocky, with canyons, volcanoes, dry lake beds and craters all over it. Also red dust covers most of its surface. Mars has about one-third the gravity of Earth. A person who weighs 100 pounds on Earth would only weigh about 37 pounds on Mars because of the reduced gravity. - According to NASA's calculations. In addition to the extraordinary red dust found on mars, with almost the same clouds on earth, the wind blows and it can create these awesome dust tornadoes that are a sight to see that you don't want to miss.

What activities could you do on mars?

On mars you can dust surf. The dust is super light weight and the winds can pick up to 120 mph when dust storms pick up. You can't surf on water because there is no water on mars. But scientist have found samples of water on the planet. You can communicate with the your people on earth. But there would be at least a 3 minute delay because earth is 54.6 million kilometers away. Also you can, SLEEP IN MORE. The reason to this is that Mars rotates slower than Earth. so you can get 40 extra minutes in sleeping time.
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