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by K.HBey
Rated: E · Fiction · Scientific · #2215459
Mars mission meets some difficulties in order to be concrete.

The launch of the fuse is successful.
There is a crew of twenty persons. Their mission is to assess the climate of the nearest planet Mars.
Mark: "I am at the upper of the spacecraft and I have noticed a big meteor at the direction of the planet earth. "
George: "Do not worry the meteor has left our trajectory. We will go forward. As there is no real danger for planet earth because it will land on the Pacific Ocean tomorrow at 3 PM."
Susan: "I think Mars planet is at the proximity of the first solar orbit. You need help captain to turn the fuse at 90 degrees and escape the high UV sun rays. Otherwise, we will all burn".
Emily: "We lose some altitude because of the black holes and some air turbulences here in this orbit. Can we start the magnetic ascension captain?"
George: "Of course. In two days we will be on planet Mars and our first human laboratory will be settled on it."
"Why are you so worried, Susan?" George asks.
I am not sure that the fuel is sufficient to let us achieve the Mars planet. We have lost time with the meteorite. We should save fuel by switching off some devices and other supplementary functions." Susan replies
The crew lands on planet Mars and starts to build their laboratory. Suddenly Susan cries.
"A big storm is coming at light speed and will devastate planet Mars. It comes from the glacial galaxies." She says.
The crew rejoins again the spacecraft and their entire dream falls apart. The laboratory disappears forever.


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