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Final Draft For hundreds of years the Red Planet Mars has fascinated people Today it appears as if were on the brink of exploring or rather learning to explore this great mystery However though the desire to explore Mars exists an actual mission will take more than just will and reasons it will require new technology time manpower and money There are many reasons people specifically scientists want to explore Mars On top of natural curiosity there are other themes that fuel Mars exploration Discovering the planetary evolution of Mars is one main theme that may also help us to understand Earths evolution as well Bender 3 Also a future theme would be the colonization of Mars which as of now is view as nothing more than a far-fetched idea The question of whether or not life ever existed on Mars would most likely be answered if there were to be a manned mission and documented findings right now the speculation can only be viewed as just that speculation Though we have many reasons to send a mission to Mars we have yet to decide if the potential knowledge we would gain is worth the risks The main problems that have kept Mars exploration grounded thus far are cost and fear Although money plays a pivotal role in society today it definitely plays the main role in Space Exploration Caiden 10 There are many projections for the cost of a manned Mars mission NASA estimated that the price spread out over a decade would be about 50 billion dollars while the Mars Society projects that it would cost about 20 billion to prepare and an additional 2 billion for each actual mission Whatever the differences in the projections they all agree the cost will certainly amount to more that twice as much as the moon program between 1962-1972 but only a fraction of the 1989 450 billion Mars mission proposal Office of
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