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Mars Madness - The History of Human Views of Mars

Mars Madness - The History of Human Views of Mars This site traces ideas about Mars, the mysterious 'Red Planet,' from ancient Greece all the way to our current perceptions, and it does so through an interactive multimedia experience. "Your Mars exploration" includes audio and video information.
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Mars Madness - The History of Human Views of Mars


This site traces ideas about Mars, the mysterious 'Red Planet,' from ancient Greece all the way to our current perceptions, and it does so through an interactive multimedia experience. "Your Mars exploration" includes audio and video information.

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• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School

Rachelle Kuznik

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