The plans to build a Martian mega city you’d actually want to travel 300 million km to live in

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The plans to build a Martian mega city you’d actually want to travel 300 million km to live in

With more missions reaching the Red Planet, a human landing glints on the horizon. But what could the first permanent Mars metropolis look like?
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