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and his Adventures to Mars!

Physicist/ Engineer: Cieona

For this project I was a physicist/Engineer. I have found out that probes and rovers are powered by atomic batteries that can operate lights and machinery. Simple machines also play a big part in discoveries. Simple machines such as screws and wedges on a probe are able to study features of a planet and soon will be able to study moons, comets, and asteroids. Some energy transformations that take place in a probe are chemical(Fueling), mechanical(Launching) and electrical(Lighting). I have also researched what metals are suitable for the conditions on Mars, and what wheels are needed to benefit the probe the most.

Geologist: Vivian

I am Geologist Vivian Park. I took research about the landscapes, rocks, and other features on Mars. Some examples of rocks on Mars are Andesite and Basalt. There are many different landscapes on Mars such as polar caps, volcanoes, rocks, canyons systems, wind erosion, dirt, tectonic plates. The research I took has also showed me that there are tectonic plates on Mars. I would think that E-wall would need arms to gather samples and photographic machine.

Space Travel Expert: Tayla

I am Space Travel Expert Tayla Carey. I have taken some research to share with you.Over time Mars has lost most of its original atmosphere. Temperature on Mars is -67 degrees Fahrenheit (-55 degrees Celsius). Mars's gravity is 62% lower than Earth's gravity. To get to Mars, it can take about 150 to 300 days, depending on your speed.

Meteorologist: Evelyn

The composition of the Martian atmosphere is 95.32% carbon dioxide, 2.7% nitrogen, 1.6% Argon, and 0.13% oxygen. The instruments we will use are the thermometer, barometer, and the hygrometer. The thermometer will be used to measure the temperature. The barometer will be used to measure the air pressure in order to support life. The hygrometer will be used to measure the humidity of the water vapor in Mars.
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