How to put a human on Mars
24 July 2013 Last updated at 03:39 EThttp://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-23349496
One of Earth's closest neighbors, Mars is still some 56 million km away at its closest alignment, a journey of at least nine months. Rovers have landed on the Red Planet, probes have scanned its surface but what would it take to put a human on Mars? The BBC asked scientists from Imperial College London to design a mission which could take astronauts to the planet - and back. Watch the videos and explore this interactive to find out about their radical solution.
...How to put a human on Mars ? PROVE THAT YOU DID...!
...Yep! Enough amount of water and Oxygen! And to "swallow" and keep down all that food, in a non-gravitational environment!
...My theory is, that no space presence is possible, unless somehow completely tubed to the lungs, esophagus shut, and feed by intravenous...!
I DO NOT KNOW WHY THE SECRECY OR THE NEEDED CONSPIRACY...!
IT IS ALSO SAID THAT TO LAND A ROVER ON MARS, IS LIKE LANDING A FRUIT FLY ON THE HEAD OF A NEEDLE! But lets not disbelieve this one!
WHAT I DO NOT BELIEVE IS THE WHY, THERE ARE NOT TRUE ROVERS LIVE AND WELL ON THE MOON...!