Scientists and researchers are working on a hanging inflatable greenhouse to provide food for astronauts on Mars. The technology is sustainable and may mimic the way greenhouses work here on Earth.
It was in 2012 when a private company called Mars One announced that they plan to send the first set of humans to set foot on the planet Mars. With the originally aimed schedule of 2024 nearing, it is about time that the first astronauts to reach Mars start to prepare. What is most interesting about this trip is that it may be a one-way ticket, as Mars One not only plans to set foot on Mars, but also plans to be the first to "establish a colony" on the red planet.
Mars One delays its plan to colonize Mars to 2031. The new timeline suggests that the first Mars colonizers will leave Earth in 2031 instead of 2026 and reach Mars by 2032.
Alien expert Scott Waring is convinced that NASA's Curiosity Rover has captured what appears to be an image of a woman carved into the surface of Mars.
Ever wondered how houses on Mars would look if plans of Mars colonization, like that of SpaceX's Elon Musk, would come true? National Geographic gives a sneak peek on how future human habitats would look like on the red planet.