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Wednesday, 03 November 2010
Surely, plans to colonize another planet in our solar system are still light-years ahead, as clearly, there isn’t much initiative to create starships and technology which allows us to terra-form the entire planet. Nevertheless, it seems that both NASA Ames and DARPA have entered into a discussion recently, whereby both the organizations have stated their plans to colonize Mars, by 2030.

In fact, the initiative has established something called the Hundred Year Starship Initiative, whereby both NASA and DARPA are drawing out plans on how to colonize the red planet, as well as giving the space explorers ways to return home from the red planet. Personally, I find such initiatives to be extremely costly to fund, but surely, colonizing the red planet would also mean that we might get additional resources and raw materials from the planet right?

Hundred Year Starship Initiative

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