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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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By participating in this opportunity to send your name aboard InSight to the Red Planet, you're showing that you're part of that journey and the future of space exploration.
Rising in the Martian west, it runs three laps around the Red Planet in the course of one Martian day, which is about 24 hours and 40 minutes.
The Red Planet is distributed across the UAE to libraries and schools, and has formed part of student extra-curricular reading activities.
The Red Planet magazine is one of our long-term educational projects, aimed at spreading knowledge and making reading a daily habit.
Hey Mars lovers, here's an excellent account of the people who pushed NASA to send space probes to the Red Planet and the scientists who made this world come alive for us.
This was one of the final discoveries the lander made during its five-month mission researching the history of water on the Red Planet.
On Mars, ice is much more special than that--any evidence of frozen water on the Red Planet suggests that life could have survived there at one time.
Postcards from Mars: The First Photographer On the Red Planet
After 8 years of relaying pictures, topographic maps, magnetic field data, and compositional information from above the Red Planet, NASA's Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft appears to have called it quits.
Roving Mars; spirit, opportunity and the exploration of the red planet.
Huxley decides that Wells has the needed intelligence and imagination to accept that live Martians are on the red planet.
A LEADING European Space Agency scientist says he has found methane gas in the Martian atmosphere, which leads him to believe there must be life on the red planet.