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Have you ever dreamed of living on another planet? Well it might not be as sci-fi as it sounds. In this episode of Today I Learned, astrobiologist and National Geographic Explorer Brendan Mullan lays out the blueprints for how we might terraform Mars.
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Have you ever dreamed of living on another planet? Well it might not be as sci-fi as it sounds. In fact, we’ve already got a plan that just might turn the neighboring red planet into a green one that we can call home.
In this episode of Today I Learned, astrobiologist and National Geographic Explorer Brendan Mullan lays out the blueprints for how we might terraform Mars—and some of the methods are pretty wild. Asteroids, giant space mirrors, excessive hairspray, and 100,000 years may be all that’s standing between us and living on the red planet
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