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Take a tour on Mars with National Geographic Channel

The possibility that we will have to look at another planet for sustenance as an entire race is looming. When we think of a planet that can sustain us, Mars is the only one that comes to mind. While Elon Musk works on making that a reality , we put together a slideshow that shows you what you’re in for.

NatGeo has recently launched its largest scale production to date – MARS. It is a series that will take the viewers to the red planet and explain the possibility of life on MARS through its six-part series. The first part is already out and the second episode airs on Monday, 21st November 2016.

Based on a documentary – drama, it imagines humankind’s first harrowing attempt to inhabit the distant planet. Take a look.

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