Subject: Would a terraformed atmosphere on Mars be able to hold a stabke temp?
Date: Sun Apr 30 17:44:04 2000
Posted by Kendall Krebs
Grade level: 10-12
School: Travis High School
City: Austin State/Province: Texas
Area of science: Astronomy
I was watching a PBS documentary that intoduced the possibility of
terraforming a Earthlike atmosphere on Mars but I thought it was a bit
unrealistic. I want to know if we could even begin to hold temperatures
above freezing on Mars.
Re: Would a terraformed atmosphere on Mars be able to hold a stabke temp?
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