Enlarge / The components are (generally) good quality. (credit: Owen Duffy)
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For millennia, humans have been captivated by Mars. To the ancient Romans, the “red planet” represented the god of war, presiding over conquest and glory. To the 19th-century astronomer Giovanni Schiaparelli, it was a world connected by vast canals, evidence of an advanced civilization. Today, our cosmic neighbor is a place to be explored, analyzed, and understood; the prospect of setting foot on Martian soil seems tantalizingly close.
But if the board game First Martians is anything to go by, we shouldn’t bother. Mars doesn’t want us.
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