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Galileo: Spots Mars by Telescope
Mars Odyssey 2001 is launched, and succeeds in reaching Mars's orbit.
Mars Exploration Rover, Spirit, successfully arrives for its exploration of Mars.
Beagle 2 launches, with intentions of looking for life on Mars.
Mars Reconnaisance Orbiter launches with goals of conducting research from Orbit.
Phoenix Mars Lander launches to grab ice for extensive research.
Phoenix lands on Mars!
Mars Science Laboratory launches Curiosity to gain more insight on Mars.
John Carter, yet another Movie inspired by Mars, is released.
MAVEN is launched, with the initiative to study Mars' atmosphere.
Orion's first test launch is conducted. Its mission is to help with the bringing of astronauts to Mars.
Hungry for more exploration, a Discovery Channel Telescope is built at Lowell Observatory.
Even more Ice is found on Mars!
Discovery tells us there is another way to test for life on Mars.
Giovanni Schiaparelli discovers 'Cannali' on Mars
Lowell took his passion for exploration to the next level by opening the Lowell Observatory in Arizona.
Lowell Writes "Mars"
'La Planete Mars,' by French Author Camille Flammarion is published.
Lowell's 24 Inch Refracting Telescope was finished.
Lowell Discovers the Canals with his telescope, claiming there is life on Mars.
Lowell Writes 'Mars and Its Canals'
Lowell Writes 'Mars as the Adobe of Life'
"The Princess on Mars", an intense fantasy movie about life on Mars is released.
'Aelita', another movie that brought Mars to life, is released.
Mars1969A fails at launch, but had the goal of gaining information of Mars.
Another attempt to gain information, the Mars Orbiters, fails at launch.
Mariner 9 is successful and brings back 7,329 images of Mars.
Mars 5 returned 60 images, but deteiorated in the process.
Mars Global Surveyor becomes the only successful trip in two decades.
Mars Polar Lander/Deep Space 2 were both lost upon arrival on Mars.
Mission to Mars, another movie focused on Life on Mars is released.
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