Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:22    |    
    Acknowledgements
  • 01:09    |    
    Mars is the planet that inspires the imagination
    • Explorers by nature
    • The dream of flying to the Moon
    • Living in space
    • The reason why we look to Mars
    • Mars, the next mountain
    • The dark markings
  • 04:48    |    
    Percival Lowell Observatory
    • Observations of the polar caps
    • Intelligent beings
    • Water in Mars?
    • The creation of networks of artificial canals
    • The map of Mars, according to Lowell
    • A crazy idea?
    • Science fiction thanks to Lowell
    • E.C. Slipher continued the work
  • 10:52    |    
    The first rocket to Mars
    • Mariner IV (1964)
    • No life in Mars, massive craters
  • 13:32    |    
    More investigations, "Mariner IX" (1971)
    • A global dust storm before the rocket got there, so it didn't see anything
    • Dust storm clouds, Olympus Mons, the largest volcano
    • The base and close-up of the volcano
    • Other volcanoes viewed
    • Largest crack, Valles Marineris, the Grand Canyon of Mars
    • Water in Mars?
    • Flows of something liquid
  • 21:42    |    
    The Viking
    • All three experiments showed signs of life
    • Pathfinders looked at the geology of the rocks
    • The place where the pathfinder landed
    • Robot for analyzing the rocks
    • Lava in the Pacaya volcano
  • 29:44    |    
    Where is Mars hiding the water?
    • Theory, water beneath the soil
    • Evidence
    • Mars' Odyssey
  • 36:20    |    
    The opposition to the theory
  • 37:05    |    
    Meteorite from Mars, carbonate globules
  • 41:14    |    
    More about life on Earth
  • 42:25    |    
    Nicholas Copernicus
  • 43:19    |    
    The Sun is not the center of the galaxy
  • 46:24    |    
    Theory that Mars is forming a surface and an atmosphere
  • 50:46    |    
    End of conference
  • 51:07    |    
    Question period
    • Why is the sky pink on Mars?
    • How long would it take for a rocket to get to Mars?
    • If there are so many stars and galaxies, how do you know the meteorite came from Mars?
    • Why aren't colonies built on the Moon to use them as a stepping stone to Mars?
    • Are the polar caps made of water ice? Terraforming, is it science fiction or is it reality?
    • Do you think there is life in Mars?
    • Is it posible to go inside the crust of Mars?
    • What happens to all the material that a black hole swallows?
    • If the fossils are real, how could they be more intelligent than us?
    • Where does creation fit in all the new theories that have come out about life and evolution?
  • 01:18:30    |    
    End of the question period
  • 01:18:56    |    
    Invitación de Edgar Castro, de la Asociación de Astronomía
  • 01:19:30    |    
    Credits
  • 01:19:48    |    
    End


Mars: Last Discoveries on this Planet

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