10/24/2017: Why colonizing Mars might not make any money here on Earth
Oct 24, 2017

10/24/2017: Why colonizing Mars might not make any money here on Earth

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A bunch of creatives have already dreamed about what the colonization of Mars would look like. Science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson believes the way we colonize Mars will be similar to how we govern Antarctica. Marketplace Tech’s Molly Wood talks to Robinson, who wrote the Mars trilogy, about his detailed vision for life on the red planet.

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The economics of colonizing Mars

Oct 24, 2017
Would it be profitable? One science fiction writer isn't so sure.
An artist's conception of the Phoenix Mars lander on the red planet.
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The Source Code: Kim Stanley Robinson

Oct 24, 2017
Colonizing Mars won't be a moneymaker, according to sci fi author Kim Stanley Robinson.
Kim Stanley Robinson.
Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia Commons

A bunch of creatives have already dreamed about what the colonization of Mars would look like. Science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson believes the way we colonize Mars will be similar to how we govern Antarctica. Marketplace Tech’s Molly Wood talks to Robinson, who wrote the Mars trilogy, about his detailed vision for life on the red planet.

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