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National Geographic along with Hollywood directors Ron Howard and Brian Grazer have partnered with the greatest scientific minds in space exploration to make the awe-inspiring voyage and colonization of Mars a reality.

Why NASA's First Good Look at Mars Almost Ended Its Exploration loading...
Why NASA's First Good Look at Mars Almost Ended Its Exploration
This Red Planet Day, find out why images from the Mariner 4 spacecraft, which launched 52 years ago, were surprising for all the wrong reasons.
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WIN a Signed Copy of Buzz Aldrin’s Book Mission to Mars!
Plus own the companion book to National Geographic's Mars series - Mars: Our Future on the Red Planet
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Nice Shot! A Martian Selfie loading...
Nice Shot! A Martian Selfie
The Curiosity rover keeps taking self-portraits on the Red Planet.
Mars Is Still a Priority Under Trump. Earth, Not So Much. loading...
Mars Is Still a Priority Under Trump. Earth, Not So Much.
The president-elect seems to favor a strong human spaceflight program—but monitoring our own planet from space is likely not on his agenda.
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Mars Quest Reminds Us What Can Happen When We Work Together
Spaceflight is a powerful signifier that achieving ambitious goals requires diverse contributions. In short, “it takes all of us.”
Virtual Trip to Mars Offers Ultimate Preview to Crewed Mission loading...
Virtual Trip to Mars Offers Ultimate Preview to Crewed Mission
The technology that simulates an expedition to the red planet may one day allow us to see other worlds through the eyes of astronauts.

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