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May 29, 2008



Thanks for the photo of the Mars Phoenix Lander Frank. Space exploration is an exciting field, and Mars seems like a good propect for colonization. It's surface area, solar year and solar day are fairly close to earth's in measurement. Nasa's Exploration Rovers have shown the red planet to have water and elements to support life. Stephen Hawking among others have stated the possibility of building a colony there. Of course, creating a livable economic and eco-system are still big challenges, but who knows what the future holds? We may yet in the future see a colony near the polar caps or the Arsia Mons. I hope that one day it becomes a reality.

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