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April 13, 2021
On October 18, 1941, Germans occupied Klushino village when Yuri Gagarin was 7 years old, as they prepared to siege Moscow with a 3000km front in […]
April 1, 2021
When studying space and exploration, there comes the realization, that every single atom in all of the earth, is negligible in proportion, compared to the unparalleled […]
April 1, 2021
The Apollo Program is an example of a tremendous engineering accomplishment which although had a known but hushed political motive, yet was successful in ushering in […]
Mars Society Bangladesh started its journey on July 21, 2016. On that day, the U.S. Embassy organized a reception to host the new international Mars Society chapter and also to welcome home the three Bangladeshi student teams that participated in the Mars Society’s 2016 University Rover Challenge (URC) held at the Mars Desert Research Station in Utah. Over the years our core team members have changed and we have come up with dedicated, enthusiastic, young minds.
Md Arif Raihan Mahi
Founder & Former President
Khaled Bin Moinuddin
B.E. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET)
Building a space dream for Bangladesh.
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working towards a strong capacity to cherish that dream.
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Integration of Space Technology
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Exploring and colonizing Mars can bring us a new scientific understanding of climate change, of how planet-wide processes can make a warm and wet world into a barren landscape. By exploring and understanding Mars, we may gain key insights into the past and future of our own world.
As a scientist, I want to go to Mars and back to asteroids and the Moon because I'm a scientist. But I can tell you, I'm not so naive a scientist to think that the nation might not have geopolitical reasons for going into space.