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If Mars is home to any indigenous life, then terraforming should be a non-issue.
Originally posted by nrd101
isn't mar's core dead? no magnetosphere means no atmosphere. have fun trying though!
Originally posted by flexy123
This is a future which might be 50, 100 or 200 years from now. [...] But it will require lots of time to get there.
Originally posted by fatpastyhead
I'm sure I read that it cannot be done because the planet is too wobbly on its axis.. it has too much tilt or something. I'm no scientist though so I m probably completely wrong.
Originally posted by DaesDaemar
reply to post by flexy123
Read Red Mars, Green Mars, Blue Mars. It's a trilogy of sci-fi books about the terraforming and colonisation of Mars.
link to wiki