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Debate: One-way, one-person mission to Mars

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Is a one-way, one-person mission to Mars a good idea?

<a href="http://photobucket.com/images/mars" target="_blank"><img src="mars.jpg" border="0" alt="moon Pictures, Images and Photos"/></a>

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The return costs are non exsistant.



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The crew members would never return home.




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Can Begin Colonization of a new planet. Our next frontier




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