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Is there a way to put a man on Mars? What would the man have to wear?


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The manned mission to Mars is being planned, although it probably won't happen for another decade or two. It will be very expensive and will be an international effort to help defray costs. "Marsnauts" will have to wear environmental suits to keep warm and supply breathable air.

Hawley



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