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Humans on Mars? That's just the beginning

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Acclaimed director Ron Howard has told Sky News he believes colonising Mars is just the first step of further space exploration and finding other habitable planets.

The Oscar-winning director and producer, known for films including A Beautiful Mind, Frost/Nixon and of course, Apollo 13, spoke out ahead of the start of the second series of MARS, the National Geographic show about the Red Planet which portrays what life could really be like once humans arrive there.

The operative word there is once: for executive producer Howard, the idea of surviving on Mars is no longer "just a great adventure story".

https://news.sky.com/story/ron-howard-humans-on-mars-thats-just-the-beginning-11546369

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freetoroam

He should concentrate on his day job, being a film director and producer. 

Leave the real science to the professionals. 

 

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Waspie_Dwarf
25 minutes ago, freetoroam said:

He should concentrate on his day job, being a film director and producer. 

Leave the real science to the professionals. 

 

So you are going to stop commenting on science issues then or does this only apply to Ron Howard?

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freetoroam
30 minutes ago, Waspie_Dwarf said:

So you are going to stop commenting on science issues then or does this only apply to Ron Howard?

Just Ron Howard.

Do not worry Waspie, I'll be back.:su

 

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