The ‘Mars Underground’: How a Rag-Tag Group of Students Helped Spark a Return to the Red Planet

In the early nineteen fifties, although the place race was continue to taking shape, German-American rocket scientist Wernher von Braun pushed the U.S. to look past just the moon. His audacious plan, named “The Mars Venture,” named for humans to stop by the Purple World as early as 1965 utilizing a fleet of 10 ships crewed with 70 astronauts. 

In hindsight, it is a fantastic issue NASA settled for the moon. “The Mars Project” would’ve killed every single astronaut on board von Braun didn’t know about the lethal radiation of deep place or the scant martian ambiance. NASA only figured

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