An artist’s conception of how to get there in 3-D.
(credit: NASA)The concept of Mars colonization is one of the greatest mysteries of all time.
There is a large body of research that is proving that humanity is the only species that has ever colonized other planets.
There are even some scientists who believe the possibility exists that Mars may be a habitable planet.
There are many reasons why we might not be able to colonize Mars, but the most obvious is cost.
Mars, at the moment, has no air, water, or solid surface.
The Martian atmosphere is one-sixth the pressure of Earth’s, and the Martian surface is so hot that water vapor can survive up to 3,500 degrees Fahrenheit (2,900 degrees Celsius).
This means the planet would take many years to get anywhere.
There has been some talk about sending humans to Mars, though the plans have always been limited.
But there is one reason that could save the planet, and that is water.
NASA has developed a new rocket that can launch water into space at a rate of up to 250 million gallons (1.8 million cubic meters).
This rocket would be capable of transporting millions of gallons of water per second, enough to cover the surface of Mars for over a year.
If the rocket were to work, we could colonize the planet in less than 20 years.
While this is a lot of water, it could be a lot more than that.
Water would also help to preserve the atmosphere on Mars.
This would help to slow the planet’s expansion.
This is because the atmosphere of Mars would have to be very thin.
Without a solid surface, it would be impossible to make the necessary changes in the climate to prevent the planet from warming and melting.
This makes it possible for the atmosphere to cool rapidly in the Martian day, allowing for the planet to stay in the habitable zone for longer periods of time.
This is the key to making a Mars-based civilization viable.
It would allow for the creation of a new life form that could be more easily controlled by the humans.
If we could find the right conditions for life on Mars, we can potentially create a much more complex ecosystem.
As the planet becomes more habitable, we may even be able get it to warm up enough for a life form to evolve.
This will allow for a whole new world.
This article originally appeared on Business Insider.