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What was the name of the book that Kim Stanley Robinson published? Red Mars
What was the name of the spacecraft, and where were the colonists heading? Mars
Who are the "trans-nets? Agents of the global economy
What did Kim Stanley Robinson Green Mars detailed? The terraforming of the red planet - science-fiction term for adapting another planet or moon into a planet that can sustain life in the same way earth can.
What is the third in the trilogy, Blue mars talked about? The terraforming has allowed for water to exist on Mars.
In what category did Robinson won numerous awards? Science-fiction
What did the German astronomer and mathematician Johannes Kepler discovered? The law of planetary motion in the 17th century by calculating the orbit of Mars.
Jules Verne was considered to be the father of what? Science-fiction genre
In his book "The Outline of History" (1920), H.G. Wells wrote.. "Life, forever dying to be born afresh, forever young and eager, will presently stand upon this earth as upon a footstool, and stretch out its realm among the stars."
In the 20th century, what did writers, scientist, and philosophers started to advocate? Space colonization for ecological and political reasons.
Created by: lew1125