Mars

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Mars



A small red blob growing in size enormous as the days go bye. Out the small portholes,
Kate Burnsheck is captivated by the enormous size, vibrant red, so smooth it looks like
velvet. Kate Burnsheck is one of the 2 crews jetted up to space before the millenium.
Thier mission is to investigate Mars as thouroghly as possible. Their 2 roovers are being
preeped on the 5th day of the trip. Their plan is to take some dirt samples and rock
samples, by that they can tell what the basis of mars is made of, this is the 1rst mission
to thouroughly check mars out.




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