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MarsQuest is a chronicle tracing our centuries-long cultural and scientific fascination with the planet Mars. Set in a theatrical style "three-act" form with an epilogue, it weaves a satisfying narrative of what Mars means to humanity

The focus of MarsQuest is to present Mars via a set of multidisciplinary themes. These ideas are woven throughout the program and help relate the information presented in the show to the lives of students, families, and the general public.

Narrated by Patrick Stewart, Captain Jean-Luc Picard of Star Trek movies and TV

Produced by Loch Ness Productions.

  • Positions and motions of Earth and Mars
  • Mars and Earth orbits, relative positions over time
  • Orbital effects on climate, seasons
  • Objects in the sky: Earth, Mars, Mars satellites
  • Comparative planetology of Earth and Mars
  • Mars environment, climate change, evolution, surface
  • The search for life on Mars and likely environments where it might exist
  • Mars through binoculars, telescopes
  • Exploration of Mars by spacecraft missions
  • Technological challenges of future explorations
  • Science drivers for Mars exploration
  • Remote sensing and spacecraft
  • Technological planning for future Mars studies
  • The ancient perception of Mars as a war god
  • The scientific exploration of the planet
  • Mars in science fiction and fantasy
  • Future human exploration of the planet

General public



English, Korean

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