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CfM2: Leaving Mars

A crew departs the surface of Mars while a replacement crew lands. With proper mission phasing, a Mars base can be occupied continuously. A two-stage ascent rocket must be used due to the lower performance of the carbon monoxide fuel which was produced from the local Martian atmosphere. Designed during a Mission design workshop during the "Case for Mars 2" conference in Boulder, Colorado, USA, July 1984.
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Filename:18_leavingmars_0.jpg
Album name:palaia / Earth-Mars Transport
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Keywords:CaseForMars2, departure, ascent, carbon monoxide, CfM2
Copyright Info:Copyright 1984-6, by Carter Emmart
Source URL:spot.colorado.edu/~marscase/emmart.html - related info
Artist or Photographer:Carter Emmart, bi-conic vehicle shape by Jim French and others
File Size:38 KB
Dimensions:715 x 562 pixels
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bam [Dec 29, 2006 at 03:30 PM]
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