A NASA Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured the image of dark, narrow streaks on the slopes of Hale Crater and are inferred to be formed by seasonal flow of water on surface of present-day Mars. With the presence of water on Mars, the debate has begun; Can we terraform Mars in Earth 2.0?

The idea of terraforming is defined as:

  1. transform (a planet) so as to resemble the earth, especially so that it can support human life.

Eric Loberg, director of the Taylor Planetarium at the Museum of the Rockies, gave me the quick answer tonight: 'Mars might be really hard to terraform.'

Listen to the full answer tomorrow at 7am. Until then ponder the information in the video below.

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