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Mars Planetary Science
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AstronomyObserving Mars with a Telescope
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OrbitMars' Orbital PositionThe Goldilocks Zone
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Moons (Natural Satellites)PhobosDeimos
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Mars-Crossing AsteroidsAsteroid capture (of Phobos and Deimos)
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Time MeasuresHow do we tell the time on Mars? (Will we still use Earth hours? How many timezones will there be? Where is the GMT equivalent?)What is the date on Mars? (What year is it. What season? What month?)
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Areography (geography of Mars)
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Mars AtlasThis will be a whole section including clickable globeincluding a standard page for each named feature
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TopographyWhat are the different topologies on Mars?
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Atmospheric Sciencesglobal dust stormsdust devilsupper atmosphere chemical processes
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GravimetryWhat do the differences in gravity show us?
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Surface Spectroscopyreflectance and emission spectroscopymineral identification from satellite, balloon, and aircraft carried instrumentsmultispectral and thermal infrared imaging
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Areologysurface elevation profiles and maps
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Areological (Geological) ProcessesWhat geological processes have shaped Mars?
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AreomorphologyMartian "Geomorphology". What processes have shaped Mars?
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MineralogyWhat minerals could be mined on Mars?Mineral spatial distribution
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Hydrologysubsurface water or ice depositssurface ice at polesglaciers
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Mars Meteorites (on Earth)Minerology TypeAge
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Mars Spacecraft/Robotic Missions
Utility of unmanned missions
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Mission ObjectivesScientific data collection, transmission, interpretation
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Search for Lifefollow the water strategysubsurface search strategyon-site instruments to identify organic compoundsDNA, RNA analysis chips
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Spaceflight SciencePlanetary sciences
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Resource Mappingspatial resolution of spectrographic imagesmultispectral identification of minerals
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Mission PlanningMulitmission timelinesmission sequences
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Exploration ConceptsDescription of current and planned instrumentscomparison of orbital vs lander vs robotic exploration
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Orbital MechanicsHohmann transfer orbitsaerocapture orbits Earth-Mars cyclers
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Propulsionchemical propellantsnuclear thermal rocketsion propulsion
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Power SystemsNuclear power on Marssolar mirrorssolar PE systemswind power (surface and aloft)
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CommunicationMars to Earth comm systemsequitorial stationary sats for comm Sats for aeropositioning determination (GPS)
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Instrumentsminiaturized chemical/molecular ID systemsDNA/RNA analysis chipslaser comm systems
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Emerging TechnologiesAdvanced sensing and AI autonomy3D printing of complex geometriesSelf replicating machines hybrid machine enhanced biologics
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Exploration MissionsLists with chronology, instruments
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Orbital Missionsimageryspectroscopycommunications
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Lander Missionsatmospheric seasonal measurementssubsurface drilling and chemical analysisNASA InSight
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Robotic Explorationdegrees of autonomysolar vs RTG electrical power sourcesregolith sampling and mineral identification
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Mars Human ExplorationUtility of human exploration missions
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Human Mission ArchitectureTransport optionshabitats
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Exploration Transport Systemsrovershelicopters
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Interplanetary VehiclesMars direct rocketsEarth-Mars cyclers
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Descent Vehiclesreverse thrust rocketsparachute assisted
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Ascent Vehiclesmethane-oxygen rockets
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Surface Vehicular Activitiesaerology and minerology mappingsearch for lifesearch for water
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EVA Suitshybrid hard shellskin tight mechanical counterpressure suit
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Fundinginternationalnationalcommercial
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Trainingcross training in skill setshuman factors in crew selection
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Human FactorsRadiation Protection in TransitRadiation Protection for Exploration MissionsPhysical Fitness for Exploration MissionsHealth Effects of MicrogravityPsychological Stressors in Transit
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MedicineMedical Training for Exploration TeamsMedical Equipment for Exploration Teams
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In-situ Resource UtilizationWateroxygen from CO2 atmosphereorganic chemicals and fuel from atmosphere
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Analog Stations
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MDRSexploration and science in simulated marssuits
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FMARSlong duration missions
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HI-SEAShuman factors studies
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Space Stations
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Moon Stations
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Mars Human Settlement
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Settlement Transport SystemsInter settlements transportationexploration rovers and rover assistants
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Ready for Mars
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SpaceX TransportFalcon Heavy for non-human payloadsBig Falcon Rocket for human/nonhuman payloadsReuse and cycling strategies
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Mission Support
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Life Support SystemsCO2 scrubbers (chemical or biological)water extraction and distributionbiosystems to maintain O2/CO2 ratio
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AirGeneration of O2 from perchlorates in regolith
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WaterHow much water exists on Mars?Distribution of water (liquid and ice) on Marsimpurities in water on Mars
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HVAC
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Settlement Planssize and specialization of settlmentsmanufactured products
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Housing and Infrastructure Concepts
surface habitat with regolith roofunderground habitatsarchitecture of buildings
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Construction, Assembly, Maintenance
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Surface Transportationwheeled vs railed
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Surface Vehiclessizing for 2 to many persons
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Surface Transportation Networksby road on wheels or railssurface hoppers/balloonsaircraft
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Health and SafetyDustRadiationpercholorates in regolith
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Radiation ProtectionShieldingBuryingReuse of gelogical features like Lavatubes
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Diet and NutritionWill Martians eat Meat?
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Gravity and FitnessHealth Effects of Martian Gravity
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PsychologyHow will the first Martians cope with the isolation
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CommunicationsWill two way communication be possible between Mars and EarthHow will the Martians communicate across the planet?
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Energy total thermal energy need per capitatotal electrical energy needs per capita
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Sourcesnuclear reactor options (U, Th)solar thermal and PV systems
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DistributionNuclear reactor size/distribution considerations
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StorageBattery systems and optionsgravity storage systems
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FuelsIC systems for roversthorium sources for nuclear fuels
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Agriculture100% Mars sourced food productiondealing with disease (compartmental quarantine)Crop choices influenced by ability to thrive in Mars environments
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Growing Methodssoil basedhydroponicaeroponic
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Food Cropscereal plants (wheat, barley, rice, soy, maize)vegetablesroot crops (potatoes)fruits and fruit treesbioengineering and growth of tissue, proteins, vitamins (amino acids)
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Non-Food Cropsflaxbioengineering and growth of tissue, proteins, enzymestrees for CO2- O2 cycle control
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BiosphericsRelease of oxygen and chlorine from perchlorates in surface reglolith
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Genetic Engineeringmodifying plant genome for radiation resistencemodifying plant genome for low temperature tolerancemodifying plant genome for low pressure tolerancemodifying bacteria to produce enzymes (catalysts)
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Resources and Manufacture
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MaterialsThe listing and timing of materials produced from Mars Resoucesmetalspolymersglasssilicon and semiconductorschemicals, reagents, catalysts
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Prospecting
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Mining and Refiningmetalsceramics
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Synthesispolymerschemicals
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Manufacturesubtractive machiningdeforming and rolling equipmentadditive manufacture (incl. 3D printing)
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Fabrication and Repairweldingfastening
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Waste Management and Recyclingreuse of landing craft materials
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SocietyWill individual settlements establish their own societal rules?
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LawWho owns Mars?Marswide vs individual settlement laws
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Philosophy and EthicsHegemony Society or Individual Settlement Society
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Commerce and EconomicsMars, LEO, Moon trade triangleMars products for Earth marketsAnalysis of Mars "make or buy" of productsMarsmoney
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GovernmentWill Mars have its own Constitution?Will individual Mars settlments have their own government?
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