This essay Our Future on Mars has a total of 590 words and 7 pages.
July 28, 2015
Our Future on Mars
General Purpose: To inform
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about our future on Mars
Thesis Statement: Knowing, in depth, about the Mars missions, how we are possibly planning on terraforming the planet, and our ultimate future on Mars, can open your mind to the possibilities that are out there for humanity.
I. We will have to leave Earth one day. The only home we’ve ever known.
II. My name is Daniel Beheshti and I will be instructing you all about our future Mars.
III. I am a world renowned Astrophysicist. Graduated from UC Berkeley with PhD.
IV. We will be going over the Mars missions, how we are developing ways of terraforming Mars, and our overall future on the planet, re-cap, Q & A
(Now, let’s learn about the Mars Mission)
I. Mars Missions
A. The crew will be designed a rocket by a manufacturer, and be sent into orbit. There will be six groups of four astronauts who will be sent over to Mars, in 2024.
B. NASA will also be sending more and more people following the Mars One mission, starting in 2026.
(Next, let’s talk about possibly transforming Mars into a habitable zone.)
A. DARPA is creating organisms that will be able to sustain life, and further the life, over time.
B. Essentially, we are picking and choosing the best genes from whatever forms of life, and creating something entirely new.
(I think we’d all like to know our future on the planet.)
III. Our Future
A. The lack of a magnetic field on Mars is the real problem. Radiation finds it’s way onto the surface, harming anything in sight.
B. We are on path to becoming a multi-planet species. Earth will, one day, be so disastrous, if a meteor or some natural occurrence has not claimed us. Humanity has a long way to go.
(I hope I have enlightened all of you on some of the really interesting plans being made at the moment.)
I. Knowing, in depth, about the Mars missions, how we are possibly planning on terraforming the planet, and our ultimate future on Mars, can open your mind to the possibilities that are out there for humanity.
II. We have gone over what they are planning to accomplish when they get there, how life would be able to grow on the planet, and how our species will comply when it is tested.
III. Maybe leaving Earth is for the best. We were brought up on this planet, but there is so much out there. I’d say there’s almost too much, really. Maybe, this will be the start of some new Star Trek space traveling species.
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Topics Related to Our Future on Mars
Exploration of Mars, Manned missions to Mars, Space colonization, Planetary engineering, Ecosystems, Terraforming, Mars One, Mars, Mars to Stay, Mars in fiction
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