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Life on Mars? Nurturing Life

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A garden can be a reminder of life’s needs and our connection to the planet we call home. Children consider the requirements of living things and compare the surface conditions on Mars to those found on Earth as they plant gardens. Gardening tips and options for indoors and outdoors are provided.

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Related Links Websites:
Searching for Other Planets Like Ours - Space Place in a Snap!
Globus, Al (May 07, 2016). “Space Settlement Basics.”
Will We Ever Colonize Mars?
Mars Exploration Program
Mars in Our Solar System
What is Mars?

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Mars Exploration
Pat Rawlings

Slideshows:
Understanding Martian Resources and Environmental Constraints

Videos:
Enduring the Journey to Mars | MARS: How to Get to Mars
NASA ScienceCasts: New InSight into the Red Planet
ScienceCasts: What Happened to Mars? A Planetary Mystery
ScienceCasts: The Opposition of Mars
Mars Insight Landing
Originating Source Lunar and Planetary Institute
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Mars by Elizabeth Carney
Mission: Mars by Pascal Lee
Curiosity’s Mission on Mars: Exploring the Red Planet by Ron Miller
Spaceships and Rockets by Deborah Lock
Science Adventures with Max the Dog by Jeffrey O Bennett and Alan Okamoto
Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life in the Void by Mary Roach
Astronomy: Cool women in space by Anita Yasuda and Lena Chandhok
CatStronauts by Drew Brockington

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Life on Mars?  Nurturing Life

Life on Mars? Nurturing Life

A garden can be a reminder of life’s needs and our connection to the planet we call home. Children consider the requirements of living things and compare the surface conditions on Mars to those found on Earth as they plant gardens. Gardening tips and options for indoors and outdoors are provided.