- 1 month agoFavorite Answer
Sure. He'd need a pressurized habitat, along with power, food, and water... I doubt he'd want to live there forever, but if he had been assigned to a Mars base for 9 to 12 months, I think he'd be just fine.
- Adullah MLv 74 weeks ago
Provided that air ,water and food would be served three meals per day on Mars then, but how long does it take for a day on Mars , when compare to the earth.
- 4 weeks ago
Unless noclip is enabled then no- he would just suffocate
- Ronald 7Lv 74 weeks ago
IN Mars indeed
Meaning building Underground
It would provide cover from the Sun's Radiation, Dust Storms, and any occasional Meteorite
And the easiest way to seal in any Artificial Atmosphere
Even easier, the Lava Tubes around the Giant Volcanoes that dot the Martian Surface
Just seal up the Entrance
No need to fear the Bogey Man with Surface Cameras
Now,,,,, Plenty to do
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- JoeLv 51 month ago
I know one guy who did for a while until there was a leak in the plastic and his potatoes died.
- daniel gLv 71 month ago
For a while, 12 humans survived on the moon.
- 1 month ago
Not without the gear.
- 1 month ago
Core temperatures are too low and oxygen levels are insufficient
- Anonymous1 month ago
In Mars? How far inside Mars?
- PearlLv 71 month ago
i doubt it or more people would be living there by now