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ESA - Mars Express __ ESA's official Mars Express website features the latest news and status reports on Europe's spacecraft orbiting around Mars. - illustrated - From European Space Agency - 

Explore the planet Mars with realistic Mars habitats, rockets, ground cars and robots __ "Highly detailed, 3D model of a base for the first humans on Mars, with habitat, greenhouse, Mars car & robot rovers. Exteme realism according to engineering principles and scientific facts about the planet Mars." - illustrated - From - 

FAQs about the planet Mars - The Astronomy Cafe - Ask the Astronomer __ You will find questions and answers about Mars. The questions are divided into 'beginner' and 'intermediate' levels. - From - 

The Geology of Mars __ "Here you can learn about the six geological processes that are either currently operating on Mars or have operated during Martian history. These include the aeolian, cratering, hydro, landslides, tectonic, and volcanic processes." - illustrated - From University of Illinois, Urbana - 
Mars __ "Mars (Greek: Ares) is the god of War. The planet probably got this name due to its red color; Mars is sometimes referred to as the Red Planet. (An interesting side note: the Roman god Mars was a god of agriculture before becoming associated with the Greek Ares; those in favor of colonizing and terraforming Mars may prefer this symbolism.) The name of the month March derives from Mars." - illustrated - From - 

Mars Exploration: Home __ A website about Mars with so much information and up-to-date news that if I added no other resource to this page, you would still probably find what you are looking for. - illustrated - From NASA - 

Mars Resources for the Red Planet __ "Also known as the red planet, Mars is the fourth planet in distance from the sun. Discover more about Mars with these resources." You will find several links to resources about Mars. - From - 


The Mars Society - Main Site __ You will find many articles and news about the planet Mars. The goal of the society is: "To further the goal of the exploration and settlement of the Red Planet." - illustrated - From The Mars Society - 
Mars Society of Canada __ Learn about this organization and its planned activities. "Mars Society Canada (MSC) is a space-advocacy group dedicated to promoting, within Canada, the exploration of Mars by implementing public-outreach programs, by lobbying governments and by carrying out its own technical projects." You will find up-to-date articles, news, and material about exploring outer space in general. - illustrated - From Mars Society of Canada - 

The Planet Mars __ A brief look at Mars. - illustrated - From University of Tennessee - 


Researcher Warns Space Weather Hole Blocks Manned Mars Mission __ "Research published in the journal Space Weather warns that massive gaps in our understanding and monitoring of space weather will effectively block US plans for a manned mars space mission." Read the whole story and learn what needs to be done before a manned Mars mission can fly. - From University of Warwick - 

Teacher Planet: Mars Theme Page __ You will find lesson plans and other teacher resources about the planet Mars. - From - 

Welcome to MarsQuest Online! __ "Explore the red planet: fly in 3D, launch a spacecraft, perform investigations, and more." - illustrated - From - 

Welcome to the Planets: Mars __ A small but excellent gallery of Mars images. - illustrated - From JPL - 

The Whole Mars Catalog at Mars Today .com __ The Whole Mars Catalog at provides timely in depth news, mission status reports and an extensive reference collection for the planet Mars. - illustrated - From - 


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