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CfM2: Earth Return, After Mars Mission – 1227 viewsAn interplanetary spacecraft returns to Earth after its flight to Mars. Note the crew return vehicle tucked in among the fuel tanks for radiation schielding.

Designed during a Mission design workshop during the "Case for Mars 2" conference in Boulder, Colorado, USA, July 1984.
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18_leavingmars_0.jpg
CfM2: Leaving Mars – 984 viewsA 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 1984.1 comments
   
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