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5 Thing You Need to Live On Mars

If you're seriously contemplating living on Mars, here are 5 tips complied us to help you make the best of your lovely stay on the 4th planet from the sun!


The average person breathes some 3,679,200 liters of air per year. If you plan on going to mars you're going to want to bring with you enough air to breath for however long you plan on staying there. If you plan on making Mars's your permanent residence it may require you to take some 200,000 million + liters of air with you on your trip.


According to, The average American uses 176 gallons of water per day compared to 5 gallons of water the average African family uses each day. So if you plan on going to Mars and you want to maintain some sense of normalcy on your trip it is going to require a lot of water. I mean a whole lot of water.

Due to the fact that worldwide 1.6 million deaths per year are attributed to dirty water and poor sanitation, according to the World Health Organization, you will also need a system designed to keep the water clean and usable.


Where would today's world really be without the modern convenience of staying connected with your family and friends? And let's be honest, WiFi plays a major role in making that a seemingly simple task. Of course, you can survive on Mars without Wifi but you would be sacrifice much.

A Big Winter Coat

According to, the average temperature on Mars ranges is about -55 C, -67 F. This is very below freezing. You are going to want to bring a big winter coat not only for your body but also for your case.

Lot's of Courage

According to, giant dust devils routinely kick up the oxidized iron dust that covers Mars' surface. The dust storms of Mars are the largest in the solar system, capable of blanketing the entire planet and lasting for months and reach up to 60 miles an hour.

If you plan on living on Mars be prepared for perhaps, months of darkness and death in the event that the structure that you're living in simply can't withstand the magnitude of the dust storms.

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