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MARS

Abbreviation for:
Mutually Agreed Resignation Scheme

molecular adsorbent recirculating system

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MARS

An artificial liver that removes toxins from the blood. It is used temporarily to support and treat patients with fulminant hepatic failure while awaiting liver transplantation.
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On Mars, however, such whirlwinds are larger and more common than their terrestrial kin.
1 driver in bringing the Mars mission to reality, says Alain Berinstain, PhD, MSS director of Planetary Exploration and Space Astronomy.
While exploring Meridiani Planum, an Oklahoma-size plain on Mars, the rover named Opportunity discovered bedrock (solid rock beneath soil) at the edge of a crater.
Meanwhile, the Mars rovers are helping to promote robotics.
The example of hyperbole is the placement of a commercial billboard on Mars.
To keep track of the two time zones, Kornfeld, like many on the mission team at JPL, wears two watches - an ordinary Earth watch on one wrist and a specially calibrated Mars watch on the other.
Brenner does an excellent job of tracing the separate stories of the two American candy powerhouses, Hershey and Mars.
Under the plan, a four-member crew travels straight to the Martian surface in a heavy-lift rocket (making no intermediate stops in Earth or Mars orbit); explores large swaths of territory with the aid of ground rovers; and then returns to Earth using an oxygen-methane fuel synthesized from the Martian atmosphere.
Whiplash, lesbian performance artist Shelly Mars's latest solo show, may be subtitled Tale of a Tomboy, but Mars defies butch labels.
According to Genesis, over a century from now, the United Nations sends "Chance" Van Riebeck and a team of scientists to survey Mars as part of the Ares Project.
We couldn't be more pleased to see our name on the building that we have called home for over one year now," said Ken Barnett, MARS Advertising chief operating officer/chief culture officer.
Over the past 3 decades, spacecraft and rovers have gathered compelling evidence that liquid water once existed in abundance on Mars.