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Category:Science & Technology, Nature & Places
Tags:NASA, Space, ocean, mars
Submitted:Pillager
Date:03/06/15
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EvilHomer
Big deal. I just put my first Kerbal on the Mun. Top that, NASA bitches.
infinite zest
Mars was wet for so long because Jupiter learned how to play a Bon Iver song on the guitar bro!
Maggot Brain
So how does one go about rebuilding an atmosphere?
SolRo
first you build a time machine, then go into the distant future to retrieve wormhole technology, then just open up one end on a planet with a donor atmosphere.


all the other methods are even more impractical.

TeenerTot
I don't think Mars could hold on to an atmosphere anymore. Its magnetic field is for shit.

Rodents of Unusual Size
Ask Kim Stanley Robinson.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars_trilogy

EvilHomer
It depends on the atmosphere you're going for! With Mars, I'd suggest some soft red mood lighting, scented candles, and late 70s space rock.

Maggot Brain
Putting a gigantic electromagnet in orbit should do it.

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