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So, you want to terraform Mars? Here's one way to do it.

Climate change could make the red planet livable within 100 years.
Before/After

Before/After

An artist's conception of what Mars looks like today, juxtaposed with what Mars may have looked like earlier in its history, when the planet had a thicker atmosphere.

Mars is known as the Red Planet, but we could color it green. By

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