The National Geographic series "Mars" – with its unique story, moving from real life documentary talks about colonizing Mars to a fictional dramatic story where people in 2037 have decided to colonize Mars – returned the second season on November 12.
The series stands on the edge of facts and at the same time shows the challenges faced by the first dose of human colonizers on our neighboring planet.
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Season 2 will be withdrawn five years later from the end of season 1 in 2042.
Now, the first human settlers on Mars are beginning to terraform the planet and join them as a beneficial organization that suggests that at the beginning of the capitalization on Mars.
The pitfalls between scientists and miners are the main theme of the dramatized part of the season 2. The documentary sections are parallel to this story.
Human conflict affects the time devoted to scientific research and the time-sensitive need to terraform the planet gains opposition in human politics.
"Season 2 Mars" will provide viewers with a clear picture of what current scientific developments about the exploration and settlement of Mars will affect future missions on the Red Planet.
Scientists simplify Mars colonization
In the documentary series of the series, Elon Musk, scientist Bill Nye, Andy Weir (author of the Martian), author of Pulitzer Prize Jared Diamond, NASA planetary scientist Chris McKay and author Stephen Petranek (author of How To Live on Mars on which the series is based) together with other NASA cosmic experts and the private space flight industry meet to explain where we stand in the real world about our mission of colonizing Mars.
The first episode, which premiered on November 12, also had an interview with Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Future problems with the colonization of Mars will take place in parallel with the current challenges on Earth
Parallels are now centered between the struggles on the planet now – especially when it comes to gathering resources – and a dramatized version of what we could face on Mars in setting up a seat. It is supposed that capitalism will be as bad in space and the Red Planet as it is on Earth.
In addition, mental anxiety, co-creation with others, mysterious wounds and children have a completely new meaning on a completely foreign planet. Water is the number one source.
Using the Red Planet
The Arctic, which was almost as hard as Mars, is now a thriving commercial place. Science and capitalism are struggling to allow offshore mining, as fuel harvesting comes with a great environmental price.
Likewise, Mars shows how the situation will be more or less the same when we get to the Red Planet.
It will be like a golden fever in the universe, as government space agencies are now involved in private companies like Boeing and SpaceX in the launch of commercial space missions.
"Mars would not just be full of scientists and dreamers, people would be there to make a profit." If money is on Mars, people will go to make money, "said Andy Weir, author of" The Martian, "in episode 1.
"Mars is for everyone who wants to be an entrepreneur, go into a brave new world and try your luck so Mars will be a planet of opportunity," says SpaceX founder Elon Musk.
Capitalism governs Earth. It should not be a surprise that experts predict that Mars will also rule it.
"I think that on Mars, civilization ultimately looks like an advanced version of what's on Earth," says Elon Musk in the show.
Mars predictions that have proven correct
The Nat Geo creative team is armed with the latest research on Mars and our plans for living on the Red Planet, but it can not be ignored that maintaining the rapid pace of NASA's discoveries is tough.
In spite of this, the team developed some highly educated scientific estimates in the form of theories that later proved to be the correct facts.
According to Screen Rant interview with Stephen Petrank, who wrote how we live on Mars on which Mars is based, two years ago it was a performance and many discoveries have been made since then.
These predictions included liquid water on Mars and the tectonic plate movement or volcanic activity on the planet.
The National Geographic series is full of scientific facts that make you slip into fantasy and reality. Do you find that you are asking – do we really know that? Is that how it happens? Do I feel happy that humans colonize Mars? You decide.
"Season 2 Mars" is broadcasting on Monday at 21:00 EST or at 20:00 on CST on National Geographic Channel.
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