Mars is an obvious target for exploration because it is close by in our Solar System, but there are many more reasons to explore the Red Planet. The scientific reasons for going to Mars can be summarised by the search for life, understanding the surface and the planet’s evolution, and preparing for future human exploration.Understanding whether life existed elsewhere in the Universe beyond Earth is a fundamental question of humankind. Mars is an excellent place to investigate this question because it is the most similar planet to Earth in the Solar System. Evidence suggests that Mars was once full of water, warmer and had a thicker atmosphere, offering a potentially habitable environment.
Space Exploration Companies are Also interested in Mars as for it has Very Similar Qualities as Earth and Earth still has much to Discover.Earths Orbit time is 24:00hrs whereas Mars is 24:39.This is Weirdly very close.Maybe Perhaps since we are close to each other,maybe its because we are around the same size as mars?Dont know!Shockingly,Earth and Mars mostly both have the same traces of Gas The most common on Earth is Oxygen and Nitrogen and the most common on Mars is Argon,Nitrogen and Carbon Dioxide,The traces of gases are almost identical.Earths is:Argon,Carbon Dioxide,Helium,Hydrogen,Krypton,Methane,Neon,Nitrous Oxide,Ozone,Sulphur dioxide,Water Vapour and Xenon.I'd like to note,it says earth has traces of Hydrogen and Helium and from my personal learning at school I know that the Jovian planets,Jupiter,saturn,uranus and neptune, Also contain Hydrogen and Helium.Could this mean Earth is not a terrestial Planet?Anyway Mars traces of Gases are:Acetylene,Carbon Monoxide,Krypton,Methan,Neon,Nitrogen Oxide,Oxygen,Ozone,Water Vapour and Xenon.To my surprise,Mars actually does have Oxygen,This also relates to my Previous post if Mars has life on it or not and this could support my answer,And besides that fact,The traces of Gas are almost identical,There are barely any differences between them!
To reduce the cost and risk for human exploration of Mars, robotic missions can scout ahead and help us to find potential resources and the risks of working on the planet.Before sending astronauts, we need to understand the hazards. Inevitably, astronauts would bring uncontained martian material when they return to Earth, either on their equipment or on themselves. Understanding any biohazards in the soil and dust will help the planning and preparation of these future missions.Going to Mars is hard and it is even harder for humans because we would need to pack everything to survive the trip to our neighbouring planet and back. Designing a Mars mission would be easier if we could use resources that are already available locally. Water is a valuable resource for human expeditions, both to consume by astronauts and for fuel. Samples gathered by robots could help to evaluate where potential resources are available for future human explorers and how to exploit them.
Do you think we should go to Explore Mars?Is it worth it?I think it is.Mars holds many possibilites as it contains Oxygen which could mean that life is on Mars.Do you think there is life on Mars?Do you have any proof that i have said or that you have researched yourself?Is it Dangerous to go to Mars?This Concludes my Post.Thank you for Reading this.