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Matt Williams


One of the Terms of Service for Starlink Is that You “Recognize Mars as a Free Planet”

While Starlink and Musks’ other ventures are still subject to the law of the land here on Earth, Mars may be a different story.

What Martian Settlers Need to Know About Soil Can Teach Us How to Grow Better on Earth

When human beings start living on Mars for extended periods of time they will need to be as self-sufficient as possible.

Going Interplanetary – How Can We Build a Colony on Venus?

People hoping to colonize Venus will have to be satisfied with living in cities in the clouds, at least in the short term.

Going Interplanetary – How Can We Build a Lunar Colony?

In so many ways, a permanent human presence on the Moon could open the door to the entire Solar System.

Habitat Mars: Learning to live sustainably on the red planet

There's quite a bit of buzz these days about how humanity could become a "multiplanetary" species.

How to make the food and water Mars-bound astronauts will need for their mission

If we ever intend to send crewed missions to deep-space locations, then we need to come up with solutions for keeping the crews supplied.

Making the First Martians: Making a Garden on Mars

Carl Sagan showed that Mars has the necessary elements to become more "Earth-like", providing some serious changes are introduced.

Making the First Martians: Building an Economy on Mars

If we intend to "go interplanetary" and establish a colony on Mars, we need to know how to address the long-term needs of the colonists.

Making the First Martians: Living on the Red Planet

Mars is cold, dry, irradiated, and the air is thin and unbreathable. But with the right kind of technology, living on Mars could be possible.

Making the First Martians: Getting to the Red Planet

SpaceX has been working on a launch system that consists of a reusable spacecraft and a super-heavy booster - aka. the Starship and Super Heavy.