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Take an astounding look at the red planet in this interplanetary adventure that picks up where Mars Dead or Alive left off. Mission Control and its two robotic explorers face a daunting task to find proof that liquid water, the essential ingredient of life, once existed on Mars. Welcome to Mars presents a compelling inside story of triumph and technical ingenuity, full of scientific and human drama, with stunning images from an alien world.
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PBSNOVA: Welcome to Mars DVD
 
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4.0

Lot's of drama

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from Terre Haute, In

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Comments about PBS NOVA: Welcome to Mars DVD:

The DVD has great shots of Mars surface from the rovers and from high above. It does show the patterns on the surface which would indicate flow of water billions of years ago. It was interesting to see how the robot was activated after it could not be contacted. The team was excited when pictures came back and equipment worked. I thought the puffy white hairstyle of one of a senior project scientists was rather distracting. Instead of looking at the scientific achievements and Mars photos, the puffy white hairstyle grabbed attention it did not deserve. It was almost as bad as Albert Einstein's bad hair!

 
4.0

Good overview

By Bob

from Wisc

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Comments about PBS NOVA: Welcome to Mars DVD:

Good pictures from the surface makes this better than most Mars documentaries.

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