SS: nasa has start to plan their next mars mission to study mars interior .. i stated before that we need to find the underground water or ice crystals .. and we need to learn about mars core if it still has a molten core.. to bring the planet back to life these two things must be present .. if both these things are present then when the mars core is heated it’s molten core will grow and the ice crystals will melt and break through the surface likely accompanied by marsquakes .  a planets oceans form by the molten core melting the interior tetrahedron crystalline ice which also has regenerative properties .. interaction with the sun can heat planets core. . 

SS: if we can successfully resurrect this captured planet then our solar system will become maybe rare because how many solar systems has two inhabitable planets .. well not including any brown dwarf planetary systems orbiting a solar system which our solar system might have one of those too which if it does we will need to find it and defend it. maybe that is why the andromedans are on a head on collision with us because we have their planet. and their technology … this will give great advantage in the coming andromedan brane collision .

SS: if this robotic lander is low-cost then maybe send more than one .. or send something to pick these landers up and move them around .. build a remote landing base site on mars where the sky cranes can land and fly. then send the refuel tankers to land there and the little helper robots can refuel the sky cranes.  if can achieve this then probably can build a colony base remotely .. these are reasons why a space station eventually needs to be sent to orbit mars so they can help control the robots .. will be needing a lot of cargo ships.. and also don’t forget to send defenses too.  start building now because “the more we achieve tonight stronger we be tomorrow night” . 

But the resources of Atlas were as great, and the advantages incomparably greater. The whole archipelago was a laboratory. There was no question of the “cost of research”; every man was devoted to it. Every man thought only of the main problem “How to reach Venus” and its sub-issues. — Liber Li by A.’.A.’.

This image provided by NASA shows an artist rendition of the proposed InSight (Interior exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport) Lander. After driving all around Mars with four rovers, NASA wants to look deep into the guts of the red planet. The space agency decided Monday, Aug. 20, 2012, to launch a relatively low-cost robotic lander in 2016 to check out what makes the Martian core so different from Earth’s. NASA’s Discovery program picked a project called Insight over missions to a Saturn moon and a comet, drawing complaints from scientists who study other places in our solar system that NASA is too focused on Mars. (AP Photo/NASA)

A NASA image of a dust storm on Mars released August 2, 2012. NASA says it is planning its next mission to Mars in March 2016, when it will send a device to Earth’s next-door neighbor to measure seismic activity and a subsurface heat probe to measure the flow of heat from the interior. (AFP Photo/NASA)