MARS

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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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But it wasn't the first spacecraft launched by NASA to scope out the Red Planet.
Now that the team has proof of water ice on the Red Planet, they can begin to investigate whether the planet's icy layer of soil could have ever supported life.
The gas has been detected by the planetary spectrometer on the space agency's Mars Express, which has been orbiting the Red Planet since December 2003.
It could be evidence of ancient glacial activity on the surface of the red planet.
Spirit's twin should land on the opposite side of the Red Planet on January 24.
NASA's approach to learning whether microbes ever populated the Red Planet is to look for signs of ancient lakes, rivers or oceans.
The Mars shots are primarily close-ups of dirt, which often makes it impossible to tell the difference between the Red Planet and earthly locations like the Hudson River Valley or Harlem.
A US probe may have found water on Mars - boosting the possibility of discovering evidence of life on the red planet.
JPL's Dell HPC clusters, Galaxy and Nebula, assisted NASA in analyzing the relevant mission data for NASA to ensure the most complicated portion of the mission to the Red Planet was successfully completed
As Nasa moves to recruit astronauts to land on the red planet, the college is offering new insights into how sand dune and wind behaviour could help the operation.
The Dutch-based project Mars One aims to colonise the Red Planet by 2025.
This is the conclusion made by scientists from Oxford University who are investigating the compositions of Martian meteorites found on Earth and data from NASA's 'Spirit' rover that examined surface rocks in the Gusev crater on the red planet.