A conceptual video about tourism to mars in approximately 50 years. This is an artistic rendering not a scientific one. It would seem feasible that biospheres are the only way life on Mars will be possible, based on the lack of atmosphere.
If a solar solution for heat could be used to convert local sand on Mars to a form of glass, then oxygen, water and heat can be conserved within the living spaces, allowing for growth of imported plants.
Assuming the pioneers to Mars solve these issues, here is an idea of what it might look like.
Did you know Mars has two moons? And that sound is very light there due to the lack of atmosphere? If we can solve all the limitations of Mars, maybe we could also learn to clean up the pollution on Earth in the process.
All the locations in the video are actual points on the Mars surface, with exception of Oxidia–a fictional name based on the rusty iron oxide that makes Mars appear red.
Credits: All images and video production: @intpeacefest and MidJourney AI
Orion Nebula footage: NASA / JPL