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Low pressures, a lack of oxygen and cold weather on Mars would force humans to remain confined to spacecrafts and vehicles, according to physics.org.

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You would: 1) burn up, 2) freeze, or 3) run out of oxygen.

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Not at all, they would die instantly Jupiter is more massive than all of the other planets put together, it's made ... How a human being would fare on the sun?

www.popsci.com/how-youll-die-mars

May 26, 2015 ... The technology required to keep astronauts alive on Mars isn't ready--and it ... “ We would need a solution that provides better insulation for the cold ... But if that works, the plants required to feed a multi-person crew will be ...

www.universetoday.com/111462/how-can-we-live-on-mars

Jun 4, 2015 ... Mars is a completely hostile environment to human life, combining .... castaway explores the ways, one person could survive on the planet until ...

www.space.com/28557-how-to-live-on-mars.html

Feb 17, 2015 ... NASA hopes that astronauts will be exploring Mars by 2030. ... Putting boots on Mars is the chief long-term goal of the international human spaceflight community . ... [How Living on Mars Would Be Challenging (Infographic)].

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Answer (1 of 2): Well, men would feel quite at home but I dunno about women. ... A Human would choke in the atmosphere and the temperature on it is low,human ... On Mars, Would A Person Choke In The Atmosphere, Be Squashed By The ...

www.spacesafetymagazine.com/space-exploration/mars-mission/earthlings-martians-living-red-planet-affect-human-bodies

Feb 11, 2014 ... How mars gravity and environment affects human physiology and ... I would say that, it's not really the view of the Earth that changed our ...

www.kidsastronomy.com/Men-on-Mars-article.php

How different would it be compared to life here on Earth? Out of the remaining ... Humans would need a buggy to travel across Mars' rocky surface. Image: NASA.