Mars - Antarctica Connection

How NASA Will Finally Confirm Life on Mars Jan 18, 2018
NASA is looking to bring a little bit of Mars back home to study. It's no news the U.S. space agency has been roving and exploring the Red Planet for some time, but with all that has been uncovered, so far all the work and results have been achie... read more
Aliens Are Hiding a Secret Base on Mars' Moon Phobos, Buzz Aldrin Suggests Jan 18, 2018
There's an awful lot we still don't know about Phobos, one of the two moons in Mars' orbit, and images from NASA's Mars Global Surveyor have only piqued our interest. One image in particular, showing what appears to be an artificial, inorganic... read more
The Key to Finding Alien Life on Mars Is in Tonga Jan 18, 2018
'Volcanic islands are some of the simplest landforms to make…Our interest is to calculate how much the 3D landscape changes over time, particularly its volume, which has only been measured a few times at other such islands. It's the first step to und... read more
SCIENTISTS DISCOVER CLEAN WATER ICE JUST BELOW MARS' SURFACE Jan 12, 2018
Locked away beneath the surface of Mars are vast quantities of water ice. But the properties of that ice—how pure it is, how deep it goes, what shape it takes—remain a mystery to planetary geologists. Those things matter to mission planners, too: Fut... read more
Mars: Inside the High-Risk, High-Stakes Race to the Red Planet If the trip doesn’t kill you, living there might. Jan 6, 2018
The physical challenges of spending a year in space are numerous. But it's the emotional challenges of being away from Earth that linger for cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko. Here he shares his unique perspective on the psychological toll that a Mars jour... read more
My Year on 'Mars' Physicist Christiane Heinicke spent 365 days sequestered with five others in a geodesic dome on the side of a Hawaiian volcano to test what isolation might do to the psyches of the crew on a Mars mission Jan 3, 2018
We lived and worked for an entire year halfway up Mauna Loa under conditions similar to those that explorers on Mars will encounter. We called the 1,200-square-foot space that we lived in our “habitat,” and whenever we left it we had to wear spacesui... read more
Sumerian Prehistory in Antarctica Jan 2, 2018
The mysteries found within the continent at the bottom of the world continue to astonish us. One thing that has ceased to surprise me, however, is the lack of MSM coverage of discoveries that ought to be dropping the jaw of every thinking person on t... read more
We've Been Looking for Life on Mars in the Wrong Place, Say Scientists It's time to dig a little deeper. Dec 19, 2017
While the United States government tries to figure out whether alien life is out there zooming around on UFOs, scientists are attempting to figure out whether life could actually have existed on Mars. Understanding the conditions that would be necess... read more
Mars exploration: NASA programs set to 'take' first humans to the red planet Dec 15, 2017
With the Mars Base 1 program, guests will simulate living on the red planet and face scenarios such as cleaning off solar panels obstructed by Mars dust.... read more
A glitch in the matrix: NASA reveals strange 'distorted' image of the Martian surface Dec 14, 2017
A stunning new image from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter reveals faults on the surface of Mars In the image, faults can be seen creating clean breaks in the deposits, or causing them to stretch out NASA says the view offers insight on the differe... read more
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