Sunsets on Mars are Blue

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  1. KG6MZS

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  2. KA5ROW

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    Very nice, that is one of the reasons why we must continue to explore Mars. Whether robotics or by man someday. Nothing wrong to see what is their.
     
  3. WB2WIK

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    Maybe they're blue because they're sad. Looks lonely up there.
     
  4. NA0AA

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    Currently re-reading "Red Mars" by Kim Stanley Robinson, it's the first in a trilogy about the colonialzation and terraforming of Mars. Facinating read.
     
  5. G8ADD

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    I've read that one, some superb descriptive writing!

    73

    Brian G8ADD
     
  6. AF6LJ

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    At least it doesn't get hot there.
     
  7. NM7L

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    Send some men & technology up there, & in 2 million years or so - Martian Warming!
     
  8. KK4AMP

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    I don't believe this. Someone send me there and I'll report in full.
     
  9. AF6LJ

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    How about you and I go....
    lets take some really big antennas and since the FCC doesn't regulate communications there we will take a really big amplifier and we can send back slow scan images of the sunsets.
     
  10. KK4AMP

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    It's a date! ;)
     
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