The trip to Mars starts with this

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The closest glimpse we can get on the Martian surface is here. So here we go on-board the spacecraft just on the verge of landing on the surface of the uncharted planet. Mars is the fourth terrestrial planet beyond the Sun and the focus of intense interest of scientists and space venture capitalists. This production will soon premiere on TV. Screen grab- Credit National Geographic.

The closest glimpse we can get on the Martian surface is here.

At least in this short clip yet of the upcoming science fiction series ‘Mars’.

So here we go, on-board the spacecraft just on the verge of landing on the surface of the uncharted planet.

Of course, Mars is the fourth terrestrial planet beyond the Sun and the focus of intense interest of scientists and space venture capitalists.

This production will soon premiere on TV, thanks to the National Geographic From executive producers Brian Grazer and Ron Howard.

It will be an epic series following a thrilling quest in 2032 to colonize Mars.

The story will unfold on the small screen intermixed with “scripted drama and feature-film caliber visual effects, intercut with documentary sequences.”

Definitely, curious and space info enthusiast can get glued on the small screen more so as the series will present ‘what the greatest minds in space exploration are doing to make traveling to Mars a reality, and shows us the world they seek.”

Enjoy the short clip:

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