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Giovanni Virginio Schiaparelli draws a detalied map of Mars based on astronomic observations.
Ancient Egyptians notice a peculiar wandering object in the night sky.
Babylonian astronomers begin noting systematic behaviors of Mars' movement.
Johannes Kepler makes predictions about Mars' distance from Earth
Indian astronomer Surya Siddhanta estimates the diameter of Mars
Galileo view Mars through a telescope for the first time.
Giovanni Schiaparelli maps a series of canals on mars, which are later proven to be an optical illusion
Perical Lowell founds an observatory specifically for the purpose of observing Mars.
Lowell's observation yield a series of graphical depictions of Mars
A series of observations by Flammarion disprove the existence of canali on Mars.
Popular speculation develops about legitimate life on Mars, uncontested prior to technological advancements to disprove it.
Fascination around the mystery of Mars begins to hit the mainstream, driving support of its study.
The Hubble Space Telescope yields the clearest visuals of Mars from the Earth's surface known to humankind.
NASA completes construction of the first International Mars Space Station
NASA's Odyssey mission reveals several large water reserves on Mars, opening the conversation about human sustainability on Mars.
NASA's first rover, Opportunity, succesfully lands on Mars.
Space X becomes the first entity to succesfully put a man on the surface of Mars.
As Earth's environment becomes less and less stable, second homes in the space surrounding Mars become a commodity for the super rich.
Ever-worsening conditions on Earth prompt the construction of Mars' first city.
Pollution on Earth passes the point of no return, causing people to work towards eventual planetary evacuation.
Travel too an from Mars becomes common, more metropolitan areas develop on Mars' surface.
Construction on a light-speed bridge between Earth and Mars is completed
Species intermingling eventually leads to a supspecies of human-martian hybrids
Humans living on Mars' surface come into contact with a native species
After nuclear inhalation, Mars becomes humans' primary home.
Fighting erupts between a dwindling human race and the native Martians
After the war, the remaining humans seek refugee in underground cities.
A second war erupts between native martians and Mars-humanoids
The second war ends in the sudden nuclear inhalation of Mars, ending both species
The war becomes an ongoing fight between the two species, with native Martians quickly asserting dominance.
NASA lands its second rover, Curiosity, on Mars.
The Hubble Space Telescope reveals much more about Mars, as well as surrounding entities.
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